EEPC India organised the second edition of its Healthcare Supply Chain Show 2022, concurrent with the 5th edition of the Nepal Medical Show 2022, in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Healthcare Supply Chain Show 2022 is being held in the India Pavilion after a gap of two years. Nepal Medical Show 2022 is a pioneer platform for manufacturers and exporters who are interested to explore, showcase, establish, and expand to new or existing markets in Nepal. The largest event of its kind, the Nepal Medical Show brings together healthcare leaders from a variety of disciplines to collaborate, learn and grow. Nepal is a very important trade partner for India’s industry as most of Nepal’s medical, hospital, and lab infrastructure supplies are exported from India. With more than 500 medical institutions, the demand for healthcare supply and infrastructure is ever-growing. The Nepal show will give a huge boost to this growing sector of Indian economy and provide a platform to the medical devices and health care supplies manufacturers to showcase their products and technology to the Indian and international business visitors from the healthcare sector. Nepal’s medical sector is primarily import based. The healthcare industry incorporates several sectors that are dedicated to providing healthcare services and products consisting of hospital, medical, preventive and rehabilitation, and other human health activities. Nepal Medical Show 2019 attracted 5800 trade visitors, 220 exhibitors, 30 speakers, and 500 healthcare institutions from 15 countries.
Mr Mahesh Desai, Chairman, EEPC India; Mr Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Indian Ambassador to Nepal; and Mr Birodh Khatiwada, Health Minister of Nepal inaugurating Nepal Medical Show 2022
Mr Birodh Khatiwada, Health Minister of Nepal, lighting the inaugural lamp. On his left, Mr Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Indian Ambassador to Nepal, and Mr Mahesh Desai, Chairman, EEPC India; and on his right, Mr Suresh Ghimare, President CHEMSAN (Chemical & Medical Suppliers Association of Nepal) EVENT SPECIAL
Mr Birodh Khatiwada, Health Minister of Nepal, addressing the inaugural session
Mr Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Indian Ambassador to Nepal addressing the inaugural session
Hall No.2, venue of the Healthcare Supply Chain Show 2022
Mr Mahesh Desai, Chairman, EEPC India, Mr Birodh Khatiwada, Health Minister of Nepal, and Mr Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Indian Ambassador to Nepal, addressing a Press Conference organised by EEPC India. Ms Padma Ganesh, Deputy Secretary, EP (Engineering) and Women Cell, Department of Commerce, Government of India is on the left of the dignitaries. On the left: Mr Arun Shukla, Convenor, Baddi (Himachal Pradesh) Chapter, EEPC India, Mr Suresh Ghimare, President, CHEMSAN; and Mr Varun Chulate, Sr Asst Director, EEPC India