Mega RBSM coinciding with GPBS (Global Patidar Business Summit), 7th to 10th January, 2024 in Rajkot, Gujarat

The Ministry of Commerce & Industry established the Chemical and Allied Export Promotion Council (CAPEXIL) to promote the export of Chemical-based and Allied Products from India. The primary objective of CAPEXIL is to bring about exports of chemical and allied products to various destinations globally and to provide export assistance to chemical product exporters. The Council, headquartered in Kolkata, works towards boosting the growth of the chemical industry by conducting international trade fairs, exhibitions, and other promotional activities.

CAPEXIL is organizing a Mega RBSM (300 Importer) at Rajkot, Gujarat under MAI Scheme of Govt. of India. Details of the RBSM are as following:-

Name of the Event: Mega RBSM coinciding with GPBS (Global Patidar Business Summit)
Date: 7th to 10th January, 2024
Venue: New 15Oft, Ring Road, Rajkot, Gujarat
Industry to be Focused: Ceramics
Importers : 300 Importers to be invited

Importers of Ceramic Products specially Ceramics Tiles, Sanitaryware, Insulators, Tableware/Kitchenware, Refractory Bricks, Refractory materials etc. are invited to participate in the Mega RBSM coinciding with GPBS (Global Patidar Business Summit). Register here.


  • Reimbursement of to-and-fro Economy Class Air fare (subject to limit as per below) as per MAI Guidelines.
  • Hotel Accommodation for 5 nights (6th January to 10th January 2024) during the event in and around Rajkot, Gujarat, India
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) will be provided by the organizer.
  • Local airport transfers, Guided tour to Morbi / Factory Visits. (group airport pick up/ drop and daily shuttle service from hotel to Exhibition Hall/B2B Venue and back)
  • Facilitate one-to-one B2B Meetings as many as possible
  • Interpreter Services wherever necessary

For any further information please contact: Mr. Vishal Achariya, Mail : rbsm[at], Mob. : +91 99252 06774 (Call & WhatsApp)

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