GroundProbe – along with our partner Sujyoti India (P.) Ltd – attended the International Mining and Machinery Exhibition 2018 (IMME); a four day mining-industry trade show supported by a two day global mining summit with over 1000 global delegates.
Held in Kolkata, India, IMME 2018 was attended by over 10,000 people, including 400 different company exhibitors. IMME remains the largest mining-industry exhibition in India.
Dedicated country pavilions from Australia, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and United States of America were present throughout the exhibition floor with GroundProbe residing within the Austrade pavilion.
“GroundProbe and Sujyoti’s attendance at the IMME 2018 was highly successful and beneficial,” said Rick Russ, GroundProbe’s General Manager for Business Development in Asia.
“Our booth was part of the Austrade pavilion and GroundProbe is proud to have supported Austrade at this particular event for the past six years.”
GroundProbe used this exhibition to meet with a number of our India-based customers as well as a numerous prospective and potential customers who expressed interest in our radar and laser-based monitoring solutions.
“We took the opportunity to showcase our latest monitoring solution, the Geotech Monitoring Station (GMS), to the Indian market for the first time at IMME as it is India’s largest mining-industry exhibition,” said Mr Russ.
“We were pleased to see the GMS generate a good amount of interest amongst our current and potential customers.”