Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 would be organized by IMTMA. The Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association has announced first edition of Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 which focuses more on regional manufacturing.
Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 Date:
24 to 27 September 2015
Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 Venue:
Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar, Gujarat
First ever show on machine tools by IMTMA, the Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 would take place at Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar from 24 to 27 September 2015.
Machine Tool Expo 2015 is a B2B exhibition showcasing metal cutting and metal forming machine tools, machines for welding, for thermal and surface treatments, robots, automation hardware and software, assembling, tools, parts, components, accessories, metrology, quality control, systems, material handling and consumable, software & consultancy.
Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 Exhibitors Profile:
Turning machines | CNC multi-function machines | Drilling | Boring | Tool Grinding & Milling machines | Machining centres | Cutting tools | Forming tools | Abrasive & polishing tools | Hand held tools | Tooling systems | Work holding | Die Casting | Forging | Extrusion | Metal spinning and flow forming | Rolling | Wire forming machines | Bar | section and tube working machines | Hydro forming | Casting & foundry | Heat treatment & hardening | Machines for the production of bolts | nuts | screws and rivets | Joining & welding and more…
Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 Organizer:
IMTMA- Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association
Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 Media Partner:
MMI- Modern Manufacturing India
Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 Supported by:
ALMTI, MTMA, NSIC
The Ahmedabad Machine Tool Expo 2015 will have trade delegations from various sectors. It will be the best place to gather more information about the requirements of the regional market in sectors such as automobiles, auto components, defence, railways, telecom and many other industries. The exhibition holds tremendous significance for all players associated with the manufacturing fraternity.
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