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Industrybuying takes part in 'AMTEX 2016' for more businesses

ANI  |  New Delhi 

India's leading B2B e-commerce company Industrybuying announced its participation in Asian Machine Tools Exhibition (AMTEX) in Delhi to leverage the global platform in order to extend reach and create brand awareness as a formidable player in B2B e-commerce.

Industrybuying will equip and collaborate with companies to strengthen its presence across the sectors, and would interact with the customers on a personal basis and partner base.

The company will ensure that the latest products and technologies in machine tools available in different parts of the world are brought online to its sellers pan India.

"Our participation in key industry events and exhibitions like AMTEX is aimed at connecting with key stakeholders and decision makers in both the buyer and seller community. In the last one quarter, Industrybuying has added more than 1500 sellers and 25000 customers," said Head Industrybuying, Anuj Tiwari.

"We see AMTEX as a great platform for us to have conversations with targeted audiences and accelerate the B2B e-commerce momentum that we are witnessing. Our participation in AMTEX 2016 will help Industrybuying showcase its technology platforms and lend visibility to the key stakeholders on how we are transforming B2B procurement through technology," added Anuj Tiwari.

This unique exhibition is being organized to bring together heads and experts from the entire machine and tools community in India.

Companies are participating across verticals such as aerospace, automotive, defence, electrical and electronics, material handling, power, electrical equipment, textile machinery and consumer goods.

Besides participation from the country, separate pavilions from countries such as Taiwan, China, Korea and others will be participating and showcasing the innovation across product categories such as CNC Machines, CNC and PLC Controls, CAD / CAM Systems and others.

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First Published: Thu, July 07 2016. 12:42 IST