Mohali (Punjab), Dec 5 (IANS) Top domestic and global industries are showcasing their products at the exhibition inaugurated by Punjab Industries Minister Sham Sunder Arora on Thursday to kickstart the two-day Progressive Punjab Investors Summit here near Chandigarh.
Leading players like ITC, Trident, Sonalika, Hero Electric Vehicle Pvt Ltd and Cremica had put their products on display at the exhibition, which has designated stalls for MSMEs and startups, according to an official spokesperson.
Prominent among the MSMEs participating in the exhibition are Gilard Electronics Pvt Ltd, Falcon Garden Tools Pvt Ltd, Tynor Orthotics Pvt Ltd, Shri Ram Panels Pvt Ltd, and Windsor Industries Pvt Ltd.
A special attraction in this sector was Allengers Medical System, a unit set up at Derabassi, for supply of medical equipment to major hospitals like AIIMS, Safdarjung, and Ram Manohar Lohia in New Delhi, PGIMER and GMCH in Chandigarh, in addition to all Punjab government hospitals.
The company claims 36 per cent share of the total radiology equipment, especially X ray machines, in hospitals in the whole of India.
Another highlight is the display of AM International, a Jalandhar-based unit, showcasing sports products like Rugby balls and sports garments, and having the distinction of having supplied Rugby balls for the Rugby World Cup, 2019, held in Japan in November.
One of Asia’s largest cooperative federation, Punjab Markfed, is showcasing its flagship food products such Sohna bottled products, ready to eat cooked food products, mixed fruit jam, Sohna atta, natural honey, tomato ketchup, etc.
The Punjab government is also displaying its achievement and policies under its Ghar- Ghar Rozgar and Karobar Mission to encourage promising entrepreneurs to set up units in the state.
One corner in the exhibition area has been set aside for budding startups to showcase their products.
Some of the startups have also displayed their environment friendly products, such as Texfab Ltd’s garment products made by recycling the waste plastic bottles.
Similarly, Windsor Industry, Kurali, has exhibited biodegradable and compostable tableware products.