TPCI Organizes Delegation of 25 Ceramic and Tiles Exporters in Milan, Italy
Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI) orchestrated a delegation comprising 25 Ceramic and Tiles industry exporters on September 22nd, with unwavering support from the Consulate General of India in Milan, Italy.
In a significant stride towards fostering international trade relations, the Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI) organized a delegation of 25 exporters from the Ceramic and Tiles industry on 22nd September, with the invaluable support of the Consulate General of India in Milan, Italy.
The event, which marks a pivotal moment for Indian exports, was inaugurated by two prominent figures: Mr. Raj Kamal, Consul (Counsellor) of Milan, Italy, and Mr. Sunil Dhami, Advisor International Relations representing the Trade Promotion Council of India.
This initiative underscores the commitment of both TPCI and the Consulate General of India in Milan towards bolstering economic ties and facilitating trade between India and Italy. The Ceramic and Tiles industry, known for its quality and innovation, holds immense potential for Indian exporters to tap into global markets.
Mr. Raj Kamal, during his inaugural address, highlighted the importance of such collaborations, emphasizing how they create opportunities for bilateral trade growth, cultural exchange, and economic prosperity. He commended the efforts of TPCI in promoting Indian exports on the global stage.
Mr. Sunil Dhami, Advisor International Relations at TPCI, expressed his optimism regarding the delegation’s potential to foster new business partnerships and enhance India’s presence in the international Ceramic and Tiles market.
This event serves as a testament to the growing synergy between the government, trade bodies, and industry stakeholders in India, working collectively to explore new avenues for export expansion. It is poised to provide a platform for Indian Ceramic and Tiles exporters to showcase their products, network with international counterparts, and pave the way for greater trade collaborations in the future.