Asia Bicycle Alliance Conference at Indian Bicycle ExCon
CHANDIGARH, India – The proposed ‘Bicycle Valley Project’ in nearby Ludhiana including announcements of foreign investments will be the leading issues at the forthcoming Bicycle ExCon and Asia Bicycle Alliance conference from 8 – 9 December in the Indian city of Chandigarh.
The event is hosted by the Government of Punjab, the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and the All India Cycle Manufacturers Association (AICMA) while all members of the Asia Bicycle Alliance are expected to meet.
Next level in quality and value
“Stakeholders of the Indian bicycle industry are looking towards innovative sustainable technologies, knowledge sharing, strategic alliances and trade partnerships in order to step up the nation’s industry to the next level in quality and value,” announced the conference organization.
When asked if any major investment plans in the proposed ‘Bicycle Valley Project’ in Ludhiana are going to be announced during the forthcoming event, Hero Cycles managing director S.K. Rai stated that, “there may be major investment announcements from Germany, the Netherlands, Japan & China.”
The Bicycle ExCon event is expected to attract exhibitors and visitors from 14 countries. China is represented a strong industry delegation comprising members of China Bicycle Association, Tianjin Bicycle & E -Bike Association, Bicycle & E-Bike Association of Shandong Province, Bicycle & E-Bike Association of Hebei Province, CCPIT Shanghai, Langxi Wheel Top Cycle Industries and Shanghai Zhongzi Culture Communication Company.
India’s four leading bicycle manufacturers, Hero, TI Cycles, Avon and Atlas confirmed their participation. “Overseas companies like Giant, Phoenix and New Swan will be present on the show floor as well. Around 12 exhibitors out of 35 will join the exhibition, while more are likely to confirm shortly,’ said Bhupinder Pal Kaur of the Confederation of Indian Industries. Ludhiana based companies like Heroecotech, Ralson & Big Ben have already confirmed their participating at the Bicycle ExCon.