The India Construction Festival, organised by FIRST Construction Council on October 15 and 16, 2019, comprised four sub-events: The India Roads Conference; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Leadership Summit; and the EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards. For more details on the conference sessions and speakers, log on to https://indiaconstructionfestival.com/all_speakers.php
Demand for plumbing has contracted about 15 per cent this last year, the cumulative effect of demonetisation, and the implementation of RERA and GST,' estimates Gurmit Singh, National President, Indian Plumbing Association.
HSIL has launched their exclusive range of trendy Hindware Snowcrest air coolers with unique changeable colour panels. The range of air coolers launched under Desert, Personal and Window categories are available in 14 models ranging from 18 litres to 100 litres.
Hindware, for over five decades has established and upheld the threshold of being a brand of choice in the bathroom space with innovative product offerings. Their constant endeavor is to innovate and reinvent themselves ahead of time and be the consumer´s expert companion in their journey from inspiration to implementation for the bathroom space.
The Maharashtra Government has inked an MoU with US-based Stonetek Energy to set up a urea manufacturing plant in Chandrapur district. With total investment of Rs 6,500 crore, the plant is set to come up at Bhadravati tehsil of the district, which has major stocks of coal.
The fourth edition of Concrete Show India 2016 saw over 150 Indian and global suppliers and manufacturers from various industries under one roof in Mumbai. Sterling and Wilson, part of Shapoorji Pallonji Group, has signed an MoU with the Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI) to enhance post-graduate students´ transition their research into the needs of the industry.
It wasn´t all sunshine and roses last year. On the positive side, with the new government coming to power, the first six months saw some movement on the demand-supply side and new project announcements.
Sanitaryware and ceramic tile makers have much to cheer from Prime Minister Narendra Modi´s Swachh Bharat programme, which attempts to build toilets across the country to eliminate open defecation. In a country where only 40 per cent of the population has access to toilets, the prime minister envisions one for every Indian.