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Sub:   INDIA STONEMART 2019- International Stone Industry Exhibition during January 31 - February 03, 2019 at Jaipur, India.

Dear Madam/Sir,

INDIA STONEMART is an international stone industry exhibition being organised biennially by Centre for Development of Stones (CDOS) along with Rajasthan State Industrial Development & Investment Corporation Ltd. (RIICO) since year 2000. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) is the co-organiser of the event.
India Stonemart 2017 had 156 overseas exhibitors with large country pavilions of Turkey, China, Italy and Afghanistan and over 1500 overseas business visitors from 60 countries and total exhibit area in excess of 40000 sqm.
CDOS is organizing the Tenth edition of the show - India Stonemart 2019 – at Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre, Sitapura, Jaipur during January 31 - February 03, 2019. 
An copy of promotional brochure is enclosed for your kind reference. Additional details on the show are also available at website  or
India is a leading producer of stones and witnessing phenomenal growth in all segments including construction, real estate and infrastructure sector. This in turn has given tremendous impetus to stone sector.  Hence, there is immense potential for increasing bilateral stone trade between Ireland and India.
For successful organization of India Stonemart 2019, we solicit your kind cooperation by way of following:

ø Informing stone industry associations, construction and building industry associations etc. In Ireland about India Stonemart 2019.
ø Providing us an updated list of stone industry associations, construction and building industry associations, stone related companies involved in export/ import/ production/ processing of natural stones and machinery, leading architects, builders etc. in Ireland so that CDOS can contact them directly as well.
Mr. Mukul Rastogi, CEO, CDOS (Mobile +91 9829164433, email – may be contacted for any clarification/coordination in this regard.


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