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INDIA EXPOSITION MART (IEML)

  • 55 minutes drive from International Airport
  • 25 minutes from Capital City – New Delhi
  • 8 Lane Noida – Greater Noida Expressway
  • Metro Connectivity
  • Ample parking space available
  • 3000 hotel rooms in close proximity
  • Hub of large business houses, factories and educational institutions

Venue Location

India Exposition Mart Ltd.
Plot No. 25,27,28,29,
Knowledge Park II,
Greater Noida,
Delhi – NCR

HOW TO REACH THE VENUE :

Where is the nearest Metro station from IEML?
Botanical Garden, Noida is the nearest Metro station which is about 25 minutes away from IEML by car.

How does one reach IEML?

Distance of IEML from various places in Delhi NCR :

Location Approximate Distance (km) Estimated Time taken by car3 (minutes)
IGI Airport 51 75
Pragati Maidan 40 50
Noida Sec 18 28 35
Indirapuram - Shipra Mall 40 50
Rohini – Sector 62 80
Faridabad-Neelam Chowk 47 60
Gurgaon – IFFCO Chowk 60 80
New Delhi Railway Station 41 55
ISBT-Anand Vihar 37 55
ISBT-Kashmiri Gate 44 60

Estimated travel time during normal traffic conditions. Actual time taken may vary due to traffic conditions, time of travel, weather and other reasons beyond the control of the organisers.

FLOOR LOAD BEARING CAPACITY:

Hall No. Load Bearing Capacity (LBC)
4 750 kg/sqm

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