Valve World India Journal Launch

KCI Publishing BV,  Launched the first issue of Valve World India Journal on May 1st , a new sister publication to our other famous valve brand names: Valve World, Valve World Americas, Valve World Asia, and Armaturen Welt.

Valve World India Journal is a dedicated publication for the Indian market with distribution in: India, Iran, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman,Azerbaijan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, and the UAE. It covers all topics relevant to the Valve Industry from technical developments, new product  innovations, market trends, interviews with leading industry players, projects, and news, from across the region. Industries that are addressed are: Oil &Gas, On &Offshore, Power Generation, Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Water& Waste Water, Mining, Fertilizers, and Pulp &Paper.

This year there will be  further three issues in July, September, and November. Next year eight issues are scheduled. Each one will contain a wealth of information to help you carry out your business even more successfully.

This first issue focuses on India’s Power Generation, both conventional power as well as nuclear. India’s power demand is forecasted to exceed 300GW in the next ten years. To meet the needs of India’s fast growing economy and  to provide secure, affordable and reliable energy is going to be a huge challenge to the power generation community during the coming years. However, this growth will present enormous opportunities to valve and actuator manufacturers to provide quality products to support this demand.

The future is bright for Indian Valve Manufacturers across all sectors and Valve World India Journal looks forward to grow with you. We are committed to deliver relevant, quality content in every issue to support the Indian Valve and Actuator market..

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