EEPC India was granted autonomy in its administrative functioning in 1997-98. It has pan India presence operating through four regional offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata and four sub-regional offices in Jalandhar, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Hyderabad besides the Head Office in Kolkata and the Territorial Division in New Delhi. It is a Section 8 company (Erstwhile Section 25) limited by guarantee under Companies Act and it is managed by its Boards of Directors (i.e. Working Committee). In terms of Income Tax Act, EEPC India is registered as a charitable institution.
Buyer Seller Meet is a unique platform to connect major Buyers with Sellers of engineering sector. EEPC India, in order to facilitate engineering businesses in accessing global opportunities, organizes B2B meetings, trade delegations to all over the world depending upon market potential. EEPC India has also developed an online B2B module in its website to facilitate such business meetings virtually.
International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS) has become one of the signature shows in marketing ‚ÄėBrand India‚Äô across the world.
With the main objective to promote India‚Äôs image and provide a platform to Indian exporters to showcase their strengths and capabilities in an emerging market, EEPC India has been selected as the lead agency to organize the only sourcing show of our country ‚ÄúInternational Engineering Sourcing Show‚ÄĚ (IESS) since 2012.
To establish India as the destination of emerging market in the engineering sector there is a necessary to move up the value addition chain for high value precision engineering both for domestic production and exports.
Creating a platform like International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS), EEPC India has given the opportunity for exporters of engineering product and services to build business contact with leading importers, buyers, dealers, distributors and wholesales of engineering product from America, Europe, Africa, Latin America, ASEAN, Australia, New Zealand and CIS Countries.
Another major object is to high light India as an ‚ÄėOutsourcing hub‚Äô for the engineering industry where a wide range of high-quality engineering items could be sourced at very competitive rates.
Approximately 1,300 B2B Meetings were organized during the show in a separate B2B Pavilion built for this purpose. Besides that, there had been many meetings in the booths of the Exhibitors with the visitors [around 9,000], Foreign Delegates [around 481 includes 110 Russian Delegates] and other exhibitors.
As per the initial feedback received, spot orders to tune of USD 0.68 Million and enquiries to the tune of USD 8.5 Million, has been generated. However, the business generated is expected to be much more after the design, drawing, metallurgy technical specification etc., are exchanged between the participants and the foreign delegates. Average Contacts made per Exhibitor is 83 which is very promising.
There had been a G2G Meeting between the two Ministers immediately before the inauguration of IESS and a number of bilateral issues, particularly relating to engineering was discussed.
In case of various issues related to India‚Äôs engineering sector, EEPC India constantly interacts with its member exporters and provides inputs to various Government departments like DoC, DGFT, RBI, CBEC, DoR etc.
After conducting thorough stake holder consultations, EEPC India responds to queries regarding Foreign Trade Policy (FTP), India‚Äôs FTA engagement, bilateral and multilateral issues etc.
EEPC India also respond to questions raised in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha regarding the engineering Industry in India.
To keep its members updated about the present national and international scenario, EEPC India regularly disseminates important information through its official website, email, newsletters, monthly magazine ‚Äď Indian Engineering Export and other publications.
EEPC India extends following services to its members:
Circulation of tenders, Issuance of Certificate of Origin, Visa / Passport Recommendation, Addressing Complaints, Recommendation for clearing trade samples
Importance of standards in today‚Äôs global trade scenario is indisputable. Technical regulations, standards and certifications, etc. are fast becoming important determinants of global trade. With lowering of tariff rates worldwide, technical regulations and standards are becoming principal tools for countries to protect their own markets and industries from global competition. In order to create awareness among the industry on International Equivalence of Certification, Accreditation & its Benefits to Industry, EEPC India in partnership with NABCB have been holding a series of Awareness Seminars at various locations within the country across different engineering clusters
Low Value addition and low quality makes Indian products uncompetitive. Department of Commerce has undertaken the initiative of Technological Upgradation for Boosting Engineering Exports. To pursue the initiative of Department of Commerce and to help Indian engineering industry in upgrading technology EEPC India, first among all the EPCs, establishing Technology Centre at Bangalore and Kolkata.
Department of Commerce, Government of India, has launched the “Brand India Engineering Campaign” to increase engineering exports by building global image of the quality and reliability of Indian Engineering Sector. In this context, sectors identified are pumps & valves, electrical equipments, medical equipments sector and textile machinery. EEPC India is conducting many activities to make the campaign successful. For all these sectors, it has recently launched e-catalogue which helps international buyers in locating the Indian companies.