‘China-India’ Mobile Phone Industry Summit to Boost Make in India

Chinese companies are keen to participate in the 'Make in India' campaign and establish mobile handset & component manufacturing facilities in India

Sidharth Shekhar
New Update

NEW DELHI, INDIA: In a major boost to the “Make in India” initiative of PM Narendra Modi, the Indian Cellular Association (ICA), apex body representing the Mobile handset Industry in India in association with Mobile World (Shoujibao), China’s leading Mobile Industry service platform and tech media, is organizing a first of its kind “China-India Mobile phone and Component Manufacturing Summit” on 13th January, 2016 from 10 am – 6 pm, at hotel Pullman, Aerocity, New Delhi. The event is aimed at establishing a robust Mobile Manufacturing Eco-System in India.


“It is a well-known fact that China is the Global leader in manufacturing of Mobile phones and its components and under the Make in India initiative of the Hon’ble Prime Minister we are deeply committed to establish a robust Mobile phones and component manufacturing eco-system in India over the coming years to establish India as the Global Manufacturing HUB for mobile phones and components,” said Pankaj Mohindroo, National President, Indian Cellular Association (ICA) and Chairman -Fast Track Task Force (FTTF), set up by the GOI to promote mobile handset manufacturing eco-system in India.

“Chinese companies are keen to participate in the 'Make in India' campaign and establish mobile handset & component manufacturing facilities here. I'm sure that the companies of both the countries will have ample opportunities to network and join hands during this Summit for promoting co-operation, which may usher in towards making investments in India. India contains a great opportunity for the Chinese Industry to be tapped,” said Wu, Founder and CEO, Mobile World (Shoujibao), Shenzhen.

Apart from Senior Industry representations, the Summit will also witness participation of Senior Officials from the Government of India and State Governments, along with the Chinese Embassy, all major Stakeholders and the media.

Major Chinese players like Techno, Gionee, Coolpad, Holitech, Wingtech, Camera King, Galaxy Core, Poxiao, Vivo, Sprocomm, Nubia, ZTE, Meizu, Water World, Transsion, Huiye, Mafe, Obi, Sinwoo, Far-Sighted Mobile, Vikin, Miki, Sop, HuaLong, Wind-Mobi, Nuwei, Ramos, and Huawei are expected to be part of the entourage which will explore opportunities to collaborate and may lead towards possible investments.

In addition to the Chinese companies, the Indian Mobile Industry will be represented by major players like Micromax, Lava, Karbonn, Spice, Vodafone and Intex to name a few.

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