Indian chemical sellers eye Aussie market


CHEMEXCIL, sponsored by the Government of India, hosted a Buyer Seller Meet at NSW Trade and Investment, Sydney. This event was also supported by Australia India Business Council (AIBC) NSW.

CHEMEXCIL is a trade promotion council sponsored by the Government of India, supporting the Indian chemical industries. The product range covered by CHEMEXCIL’s trade delegates ranged from the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, essential oil, food servicing, agricultural and industrial industries, amongst others.

Chemicals comprise the third largest import into Australia. This made the CHEMEXCIL Buyer Seller Meet an excellent occasion for Australian chemical buyers, wholesalers and distributors to explore mutual buying and selling opportunities with the Indian market.

Mr Amit Dasgupta, the Consul General of India to Sydney, addressed the delegates, acknowledging the growing importance of strong bi-lateral trade relations between Australia and India. Mr Dasgupta underlined the strength of the Australian market and its vast business potential for Indian sellers.

Mr Nihal Gupta, Chairman of the NSW Multicultural Business Advisory Panel, attended the event and stressed the importance of the Indian market to the NSW Government.

The trade delegation was led by Ms Vaishali Zinzuwadia, Regional Officer of CHEMEXCIL. “Holding the Meet is a step in the right direction, in view of the strong response we have received from Australian companies, particularly in such a short period of time from commencing planning to the actual event,” she stated.

For more information on mutual buying and selling opportunities with the Indian chemical market, Vaishali Zinzuwadia can be reached at