Session on Machine Tools & Heavy Engineering 13 February 2017: 1600 - 1750 Hrs, Grand Ball Room Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru

“Reinventing the New Growth Paradigm”

Strong growth is forecasted in the global machinery market with revenues expected to reach USD 2 trillion in 2018. Heavy Engineering Equipment and Machine Tools Industry is the backbone of the entire manufacturing sector. In Karnataka, heavy engineering is a focus sector for the government. Karnataka is also among the top 3 contributing states in the heavy engineering industry in India. The domestic and International growth indicators project a significant demand vs. supply gap which makes the sector set for growth. Capacity additions envisaged in various sectors especially the infrastructure, telecom, automobile, aerospace and nuclear creates a demand of capital goods in the country and will drive this sector to exponential growth. This session shall deliberate on India’s potential to become a major hub for heavy engineering sector and key aspects to remove import-export balance in the ‘Capital Goods/ Heavy Engineering Sector + Machine Tools’

1530 – 1600 Hrs
Registration

1600 – 1605 Hrs
Opening Remarks and Context Setting

L Krishnan

Past Chairman, CII Karnataka &

Managing Director, TaeguTec India Pvt. Ltd

1605 – 1615 Hrs
Make in India Special Address

Dilip Sawhney

Managing Director

Rockwell Automation Pvt. Ltd

1615 – 1625 Hrs
Industry Perspective

P Ramadas

Managing Director

Ace Manufacturing Systems Ltd

1625 – 1720 Hrs

Signature Statements by Keynote Panelists

Moderated by: L Krishnan

Ravi Raghavan

Chairman, CII Karnataka &

Managing Director

Bharat Fritz Werner Ltd

Amarnath Ramachandran

President

LeeBoy Construction Equipment Pvt. Ltd

Masayuki Kubo

Chairman

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (I) Pvt. Ltd

Parag Satpute

Managing Director

Sandvik Asia Pvt. Ltd

B C Rao

Managing Director

Kennametal India Ltd

A N Chandramouli

Managing Director

Starrag India

Interaction

1720 – 1730 Hrs

Special Address

Gaurav Gupta, IAS

Commissioner for Industrial Development

Government of Karnataka

1730 – 1745 Hrs
Special Address

Girish Shankar, IAS

Secretary – Department of Heavy Industry

Government of India

1745 – 1750 Hrs
Concluding Remarks

L Krishnan

Day 1 Concludes

The session will help the attendees:

Take advantage of B2B meetings to develop business relationships

Interact with business houses, understand the business needs, develop leads and create new business avenues

Participate in exclusive seminar to gain insights into business trends and untapped opportunities

Opportunities:

With several PSUs, MNCs and MSMEs around, the state is a right place to invest, innovate and invent

Who should attend?

The C-Suite leadership

Senior members from Macine Tools, Cutting Tools, Manufacturers & Heavy Engineering & Allid Industries

Heads of Verticals: R & D, Business & Strategy Potential Investors