The first edition of Intertraffic India turned out to be a very successful launch. 85 exhibitors of which 60% international welcomed nearly 3,000 visitors. The exhibition was officially opened by Mr Arvinder Sing Lovely, Minister of Education and Transportation of the NCT Delhi in the presence of the Dutch ambassador Bob Hiensch.
India ranks no. 1 on the world road fatalities list. IRF India, Intertraffic’s local partner, organized its traffic safety conference alongside the exhibition. The first exhibitor responses are very positive as far as visitor quality and market potential are concerned and the IRF and Intertraffic already signed a cooperation agreement for another edition of Intertraffic India.
During Intertraffic Amsterdam, India will also be put in the spotlights as market and supplier for the traffic industry. The next edition of Intertraffic India will be staged in Autumn 2013.
Intertraffic India 2013 is organised by Amsterdam RAI and takes place in Pragati Maidan Exhibition Centre, New Dehli.
Visitor registration will start 3 months prior to the show.