Convention Centre (SIECC)

To keep pace with the changing economic scenario,a need was felt to build a world class convention center Surat, which could provide a plateform to organize exhibition,trade shows,buyer-seller meets and seminar. the Surat International and Exhibition and Convention Center (SIECC) was initiated to address this need.
The Government of Gujarat allotted 1,30,000 square meters of land to develop SIECC at Sarsana,Surat.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry,Government of India, has allotted a grant under the industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme(IIUS) to develop such a facality on a scale that will be appropriate for an all new and modern metropolis which is being implemented by Sar Infacon.
SIECC is the pride of India.It is a state of atr convention center equipped with all modern amenities. SIECC was inaugurated by then Honourable Chief Minister of Gujarat,Shree Narendra Modi,in erly 2010.

  • Column-free and multi-use 10,600 square meters space for exhibition
  • Tremix flooring
  • Height-17 meters in the center sloping to 6.5 meters
  • Open stage/public plaza for concert and performances
  • RCC roads
  • 24/7 security with CCTV camera

Facilities:

  • 4 seminar halls capacity of 50 to 150 person
  • Medical room
  • Organizer's office
  • Administrator's office
  • Vip lounge
  • Travel desk
  • Meeting room
  • Cafeteria
  • Press lounge
  • Bank and ATM center

Parking:

  • Cars - 750
  • Three wheelers - 100
  • Two wheelers - 3000
  • Taxis - 50
  • Trailer trucks and containers - 15
  • Delivery vehicles-tempos - 50

SIECC Distance:

  • From Airport - 7km
  • From Railway station - 15km
  • From NH 8 - 20km


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