Israeli Diamond Industry kicks off 2012 at IIJS Mumbai


Israeli Diamond Industry kicks off 2012 at IIJS Mumbai

Ramat Gan, Israel, January 2012 – The Israeli diamond industry is starting off 2012 at the IIJS Signature Show in Mumbai, India.
The show, to be held on January 6-9, 2012, marks the first major trade show on the diamond calendar and as such is considered an important indicator of how the diamond market will fare during the year.
As in 2011, the Israel Diamond Institute (IDI) is bringing 16 Israeli companies to exhibit at the show.
Israeli Diamond Industry kicks off 2012 at IIJS Mumbai

The Israel Diamond Pavilion will be located in Hall #5 and will include A S Diamonds, AG Diamond Direct, Avi Paz Group, Eyal Mizrahi, Hausman Diamond Manufacturers, Iris Shirtal Diamonds, Julius Klein – Eliaz Diamonds, Leo Schachter Diamonds, MID Diamonds, Moshe Levy Diamonds, Moti Kashi, Ofer Mizrahi Diamonds, S. Juwal & Co, Sahar Atid, Shlomo Bichachi Diamonds and Vision Diamonds. For some of the companies this is their first time exhibiting in India.
IDI will have an image booth in the pavilion at IN J 022, 24 to provide information about the Israeli industry and to register buyers for the Israeli Diamond Portal site.
IDI Chairman Moti Ganz said that hopes for the IIJS show were high.
“India is a key market for the global diamond industry and for Israel especially. Our business ties with Indian companies have deepened, and our experience at previous shows there has been quite good,” he said.
“We are optimistic that the show will be a positive opening note to another good year for the Israeli Diamond Industry.”
IDI Managing Director Eli Avidar said the Israeli diamond industry views the diamond sector in India as an important strategic partner.
“IDI is committed to enhancing Israel’s trade connections with the Indian diamond industry,” he said.
“We are currently participating in three important trade shows in India. We are pursuing a targeted advertising and public relations program there and we are planning additional marketing efforts.”


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