Indian Ceramics Asia presents new targeted initiatives for an enhanced business experience in its 2024 edition

The 18th edition of Indian Ceramics Asia will be held on 6-8th March 2024 at the Helipad Exhibition Centre in Gandhinagar Gujarat.


18,500+ sqm exhibition space featuring 200+ exhibitors from India, Europe, China & other countries, and 9,000+ expected visitors.

  • Key attractions: knowledge-rich conferences, buyer-seller meetings, and ceramics job fair
  • New attractions: Italian and German pavilions, demo zone, startup pavilion
  • Co-located with iBaRT for the niche industry of bricks and roof tiles, and ETC Expo for the dynamic field of technical and advanced ceramics.
  • The 18th edition of Indian Ceramics Asia will be organized by Messe Muenchen India and Unifair Exhibition Service Co., Ltd., on 6-8 th March 2024 at the Helipad Exhibition Centre in Gandhinagar Gujarat.


In India today, increasing urbanization, rising disposable incomes, and growing demand for sanitaryware, tiles, and other ceramic products have resulted in growth projections of about 9% for the Indian ceramics industry. Famous as the ceramics capital of India, Morbi in Gujarat is the centre of B2B demand for raw materials, machinery, and technologies associated with ceramics processing and manufacturing for both domestic demand and exports.


Therefore, Indian Ceramics Asia in Gandhinagar, Gujarat has emerged as one of the premier trade fairs for this industry, attracting a large number of companies from both the buyer and supplier sides, including international machinery manufacturers, high-quality raw material suppliers, and may others.


The upcoming edition of Indian Ceramics Asia will see participation from leading companies such as Colorobbia Chemicals, Esmalglass-Itaca, Floorex Tiles, Hindalco Industries, HLT Industry, Hope Ceramics Machinery, Imerys Ceramics India, JLD Minerals, Keda Industrial Group, Lamberti India, Modena Technology India, Neptune Industries Limited, Prism Johnson Limited, Sacmi Engineering India, System Ceramics India Pvt Ltd, Vidres, and many more, showcasing a wide range of ceramics and brick manufacturing machinery, high-quality raw materials, analysis and laboratory equipment, technical ceramics, equipment for storage, material handling, etc. With regard to international participation, the Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery and Equipment for Ceramics (ACIMAC) will bring some of the leading Italian brands to the exhibition. Also, the German Pavilion is being organised by IEC Inter Expo Consult GmbH.


India Ceramics Asia 2024 continues its strategic partnerships in the interest of the ceramic and brick segment. It receives strong support from the Indian Council of Ceramic Tiles and Sanitaryware (ICCTAS), All India Brick & Tiles Manufacturers Federation (AIBTMF), All India Pottery Manufacturers’ Association (AIPMA), Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute (CGCRI), ACIMAC, IEC Inter Expo Consult GmbH Indian Ceramics Society, Bangladesh Ceramic Wares Manufacturers Association (BCWMA), and Morbi Ceramics Association. The show is strategically located in Gandhinagar, Gujarat to attract manufacturers from Morbi, the ceramic city of India.


The upcoming edition of this trade fair will introduce many new experiences such as the Italian and German pavilions, demo zone, and startup pavilion, in keeping with the needs and demands of the bricks and ceramics industry. These new initiatives are in addition to the highly popular existing spaces such as the Innovation Exchange Forum, Buyer-Seller Lounge, and Ceramics Job Fair.


Regarding the importance of Indian Ceramics Asia 2024, Bhupinder Singh, CEO, Messe Muenchen India, says, “Today, India is among the world’s top five ceramics manufacturers and exporters, with strong potential in manufacturing technical and engineering ceramics for advanced applications in electronics, automotives, medical prosthetics, and even space research. However, the industry continues to face strong headwinds in terms of fuel and raw material costs, skill development, access to technology and automation, etc. Over the years, Indian Ceramics Asia has worked closely with the industry to provide knowledge and skill development support, exposure to best manufacturing practices and technologies, and many other initiatives. At the upcoming edition, we are excited to launch value-added initiatives such as the International Pavilions, Demo Zone, and Startup Pavilion, in addition to the conferences, ceramics job fair, buyer-seller meetings, and much more. We look forward to enabling more meaningful handshakes; unlocking business opportunities at this edition and beyond.”


Ken Wong, General Manager, Unifair Exhibition Service Co., Ltd., says, “The strong demand for bricks and ceramics in India is an encouraging sign for the global ecosystem, and this is reflected in the sizable international participation at Indian Ceramics Asia. At the upcoming edition, we are looking forward to building on our good working relationships with the Indian industry, especially the thriving bricks and ceramics community of Gujarat. Backed by Ceramics CHINA, this edition will continue to be a platform for powerful ideas and networking opportunities for local and international visitors to directly engage with manufacturers and suppliers to witness the latest technologies & machinery and advanced raw materials on offer.”

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