Wednesday 5th June – 10am – 11:30am, Teams

The Department for Business and Trade invites you to join its upcoming webinar on India-UK partnerships in Manufacturing and Engineering, where they will explore emerging opportunities in the Indian market, focusing on the future of manufacturing, advanced engineering, and innovative materials.

Why Attend?

India is set to become the fastest-growing economy, with its GDP projected to exceed GBP 12.3 trillion by 2047. The manufacturing sector plays a crucial role in this growth, with the potential to create 85 million new jobs by 2047. This webinar will cover key topics such as:

  • Advanced Materials – The advanced materials sector in India offers a growing opportunity, with a market expected to reach $10 billion by 2028, driven by high demand in automotive, aerospace, and construction. UK companies can explore partnerships in producing composites, ceramics, and advanced alloys, leveraging India’s focus on lightweight and high-performance materials.
  • Digital Manufacturing – Digital manufacturing in India is rapidly expanding due to digital transformation and Industry 4.0 adoption. Opportunities abound in integrating robotics, IoT, and AI to improve production efficiency and automation. UK companies can collaborate with Indian firms to implement smart factory technologies and digital manufacturing solutions.
  • Sustainable Manufacturing and Net Zero – India is investing in sustainable manufacturing to achieve its net zero emissions goals, with government initiatives promoting eco-friendly practices. UK companies can partner with Indian manufacturers on renewable energy, energy-efficient machinery, waste reduction, and green supply chains, aligning with India’s commitment to sustainable growth and environmental responsibility.

What to Expect

  • Insights into India’s rapid growth in manufacturing and the role of skill development in meeting industry demands.
  • Understanding India’s industrial sectors and how they are poised to become one of Asia’s most promising growth prospects.
  • Opportunities for collaboration between UK and Indian companies in areas like advanced alloys, ceramics, polymers, and nanomaterials.
  • Discussion on how advanced materials are transforming key industries in India, driving innovation and sustainability.

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