FoodTec 2015: the most important technology platform for food and drink industry in the booming Indian market.
An article recently published by the New York Times says: “As rivals falter, India’s economy is surging ahead”. As a matter of fact, the growth in India’s economy just matched China’s pace in recent months. The Indian government is in a good course to increase the country’s investment and growth in a sustainable way. Its plans include, among other things, expanding infrastructure to reduce business costs; creating a true national market by replacing state taxes with a national tax; and reducing the red tape to facilitate doing business. Prime minister Narendra Modi is calling universities, institutions and industry to cooperate in the generation of higher value added in the country’s production. In this scenario, the food industry is one of the most significant drivers for the national economy of the country, both for internal consumption and export.
Pavan Group is contributing to this growth by the introduction of specific solutions for the Indian Market. Welcoming the food industry players at FoodTec India (Sept. 12-14 - Hall 12/A, Stand B-01), the Italian Group, leader in technology and automatic lines for pasta and snack pellets, is focusing on the Indian market both with traditional food processing solutions and by industrializing typical Indian staple food. Two projects now being completed validate this approach. The latest development of an automated line for the production of 750 kg/h of Panipuri - Golgappa can take to India a high quality product with unprecedented expansion rate, so that the fried product can assure the highest standards in terms of crunchiness and taste. Furthermore, Pavan is going to set up the biggest long cut pasta line ever installed in India. Mixing and drying solutions represent the state of the art of technology, so assuring quality and profitability to this growing market.
With the expectation that this coming edition will exceed the good results of last year’s edition at Mumbai, the next appointment with the industry is at Delhi, to discuss on the new developments and showcase the future of the food and drink industry in India.
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