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IT’S SHOWTIME: SPOTLIGHT ON AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURING

21-04-2015
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The spotlight will be firmly focused on Sydney and Melbourne over the next month with a feast of top grade trade shows scheduled.

The month of May kicks off with CeMAT Australia 2015, the world’s leading intralogistics and materials handling exhibition.

And Industry Update Magazine is proud to be the official publication for this major event.

It’s the first time CeMAT has been held in Australia – and the response from the materials handling and logistics sectors has been overwhelming.

CeMAT Australia 2015 promises to be the biggest show of its kind to held in Sydney.

Organisers, Hannover Fairs Australia expect space at Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush, to be sold out for the three-day show from May 5-7.

The Show will feature the latest materials handling and automation technology.

And the CeMAT conference to be held in conjunction with the exhibition has attracted a star-studded line-up of industry experts.

This is one show that’s not to be missed.

And toward the end of the month, the action moves to Melbourne with four major shows to be held concurrently.

National Manufacturing Week, Austech and the Safety First Conference and Exhibition will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from May 26-29 in conjunction with the SMART Supply Chain and Logistics Conference to be held on May 26-27.

If you work in the manufacturing industry, NMW is your one-stop-shop for the latest technology, demonstrations, innovations and education. It’s Australia's only fully integrated annual manufacturing exhibition.

Austech of course is Australia's premier Advanced Manufacturing and Machine Tool Exhibition.

It is the only show specifically targeted at the metalworking, machine tool and ancillary market held in Australia.

One of the highlights will be the Manufacturers Pavilion, a unique showcase of the best in Australian manufacturing.

As an added bonus, the inaugural Safety First conference and exhibition will be co-located alongside National Manufacturing Week and Austech.

This show features a world-class exhibition and conference showcasing the latest innovations in workplace safety.

The three shows are expected to attract over 13,000 visitors over the four days.

Throw in the SMART 2015 Conference & Expo, Australia’s premier event for supply chain, logistics and procurement professionals, and you have something for everyone.

We wish show organisers every success and urge industry participants to support these five outstanding events.

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