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  1. Indo German Economic Cooperation Rajesh Nath Managing Director VDMA India

  2. India is more than nine times bigger than Germany • India 3.3 Mio. sq.km = 100% • Austria 84 • Benelux 75 • Finland 338 • France 544 • Germany 357 • Ireland 70 • Italy 301 • Portugal 92 • Spain 505 • Euroland 2.4 Mio. sq.km = 73% Cities / Villages: 3.800 cities, 36 cities with more than 1 Mio. citizens; More than 500.000 villages North-South :over3200 Km East-West : over 2800 Km

  3. Destination of German mechanical engineering exports with the absolutely highest increase

  4. Development of German Mechanical Engineering Exports to India, 1985 - 2011 in bn. Euro 4,0 bn. € 3,5 3,0 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 0,0 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Source: VDMA

  5. Development of German Mechanical Engineering Imports from India 1985 - 2011 in mio. Euro 400 Mio. € 350 300 250 200 , 150 100 50 0 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Source: VDMA

  6. German Mechanical Engineering Export to Asia 2011 share in % others 15,8 Hongkong 1,9 Iran 2,4 VA - Emirates 2,7 China 45,7 Singapore 3,3 Saudi - Arabia 3,6 Taiwan 4,0 ogether:41,2 Japan 4,5 Korea 7,2 altogether: 41.2 bn. Euro India 8,9 Source: Federal Statistical Office Germany , VDMA Slide6

  7. Indo - German Trade - a success storyMechanical Engineering Imports of India, 2010 share in % 20,2 China 19,9 16,2 Germany 17,3 11,4 Japan 8,3 9,2 USA 11,8 7,3 Italiy 7,2 6,7 Korea 4,4 0 5 10 15 20 25 2010: 12,2 bn. € 2009: 13,3 bn. € Source: Federal Statsitical Office Germany, VDMA Slide7

  8. Headquarters of German companies in India (total: 800) Rajasthan (6) Kerala (5); 1% Madhya Prad. (5), Haryana 2% (17) 2% Punjab (3), Goa (2), Andra Pradesh 3% (27) Chandigarh (1); 1% (5) West Bengal 6% (45) Maharashtra 36% (280) Gujarat 6% (48) Uttar Pradesh 7% (53) Karnataka 10% (78) Tamil Nadu Delhi 13% (105) 13% (101) Source: M+V

  9. Export of German Machinery to India • In 2011, the bilateral trade between India and Germany reached Euro 18.4 billion • The machinery export was approx Euro 3.69 billion. This was an increase of about 18% in comparison to 2010 In 2011 among the machinery sectors, major demand of German equipment was for the following 5 sectors: • Power Transmission (10.5%), • Material Handling (7.6%), • Textile Machinery (7.5%), • Machine Tools (7.2%) and • Construction Equipment & Building Material Machinery (5.4%) • Further machinery demand in sectors like Plastics, Paper & Printing, Food Processing and Packaging are growing steadily

  10. World Trade Shares in Export • Germany is the export world champion having 16.8 % share • Japan:12.1% share • United States of America:12% share • China: 9.7% share • Italy: 7.9% share

  11. VDMA - The German Engineering Federation • Largest Industry Association in Europe • More than 3.200 members which stand for (all figures: 2011) • 920.000 Employees • 201 billion Euros production • 70% export rate roughly • 39 special sectors • Representative offices in Berlin, Brussels, Tokio, Beijing, Kolkata and Moscow May 2012

  12. Activities and Services of the VDMA India Services Pvt. Ltd. • Acts as a “bridge-head” between the German and Indian industry. • Organizing symposia and presentations of German technology. • Participating in and servicing bilateral programs with governmental participation between Germany and India. • Assisting Indian companies to identify right partners in Germany • Providing information on market trends, prospects, future development, new projects and tenders. • Facilitating Tie-Ups / Joint Ventures / Collaborations May 2012

  13. VDMA Quarterly Newsletter • VDMA publishes Quarterly Newsletter – German Machinery Industry • Around 8000 copies of this Newsletter is circulated to MDs/ CEOs /Head of divisions of Indian industries in various engineering sectors. • It reaches to VDMA Member companies (500), Indo German Companies, German Embassy & Consulates, Ministry & official bodies and various Industrial Associations in India • It is related to different sectors like Steel & Metallurgy, Mechanical Power Transmission, Valves, Energy, Machine Tools, Textile, Construction Equipment & Infrastructure industry, Fluid Power, Process & Chemical industry, Plastic & plastic processing industry, Food processing & Packaging to name a few. May 2012

  14. VDMA in India VDMA Office in Kolkata, Delhi & Mumbai promotes the Indo-German trade in mechanical engineering machinery. Mr.Rajesh Nath, Managing Director German Engineering Federation GC-34, Sector III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700106, India Tel. 0091-33-3219522 Fax 0091-33-3217073 E-Mail: vdmaindia@eth.net Mr. Sumit Sharma, Regional Manager Noida Phone 0120-4255029 E-Mail: sh.sumit@yahoo.com Ms. Jamly John, Regional Manager Mumbai Phone 09819045109 E-Mail: jamly.vdma@gmail.com May 2012

  15. Thank you for your Attention & Shuvo Durga Puja Seite 15 • 29th June 2012