June 7, 2023

ANUTEC International Foodtec India 2022, a grand success

The 16th edition of ANUTEC – International FoodTec India and its co-located shows PackEx India, Food Logistics India, ANUTEC – Ingredients India and 15th Annapoorna – ANUFOOD India summed up on 16 September 2022. The exhibition witnessed huge participation of enthusiastic visitors on all three days of the event.

Some quick remarks from this year’s participants:

Apurva Kane, Senior Vice President, Mamata Machinery said “The covid break has given everybody a breathing space after two years, and therefore we find that the attendance and registrations are very good. We received a lot of visitors over the 3 days.” Meanwhile, Harshad Savekar, Divisional Manager, Bizerba, said “After the pandemic, we feel the footfall has drastically improved from the southern and western region of the country. We’re very pleased by the footfall.”

“Having a well-known recognition worldwide, Anutec has been an international partner with us for over a decade now. We had our principals coming down only for this show. Given the show is happening after a gap we expected a good footfall as this is the only platform where we connect with our existing & new customers and weren’t disappointed,” says Namita Sharma, Marketing Executive, ACE Technologies.

As far as Abhishek Pundhir, Sales Manager, Kanchan Metals is concerned Anutec being one of the major exhibitions has all OEMs, brands, and portfolio holders looking up to it. He says “We met them all here since this is the only platform we get to meet and greet new and existing clients from all over the map.”

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