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AUSTECH A MUST ATTEND EVENT IN 2015

09-01-2015
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AUSTECH, Australia’s premier advanced precision manufacturing and machine tool exhibition, returns to Melbourne in May.

Co-located with National Manufacturing Week (NMW), AUSTECH will once again be a must-attend event for manufacturing professionals from around Australia.

Show organiser AMTIL (Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited) expects more than 10,000 industrial decision makers to attend.

Organisers report that 75 percent of floor space has already been booked.

“With the recent move to a two year cycle, early signs indicate that we can look forward to a robust event,” AUSTECH Exhibition Manager Kim Warren said. “AUSTECH is the place to be next May. About 87 percent of the attendees at AUSTECH are in middle or senior management positions. This group is an important audience segment, not just because of its size but also because these professionals play a key role in shaping the future of Australian manufacturing.”

To better serve this key group, AMTIL launched the Manufacturers Pavilion at its 2013 edition in Melbourne.

The Pavilion will once again be an important part of the 2015 show.

It will highlight the capabilities of Australia’s precision engineering and advanced manufacturing industry.

At the same time it provides Australian component manufacturers, precision engineering firms, toolmakers, advanced manufacturers and general engineering companies the opportunity to exhibit their unique capabilities.

A comprehensive four-day speaker program is now being organized in the Manufacturers Pavilion as a highlight of the Show.

AUSTECH 2015 will be co-located with National Manufacturing Week and Safety First Expo, as well as the Inside 3D Printing conference.

Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional 3D printing and additive manufacturing event worldwide.

As a conference attendee, you can explore the business applications of 3D printing through conference sessions led by industry experts, demonstrations of the latest 3D printers and services, and programming for designers, professionals, and makers.

More than 70 exhibitors have already registered for AUSTECH, with many of the key industry players and major machine tool companies represented.

AUSTECH will again welcome students and educators to expose them to the career opportunities in manufacturing through hands-on learning and networking with industry professionals.

AUSTECH will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from May 26-29.

www.amtil.com.au/austech

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