Emex is back and big­ger than ever

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - MAINTENANCE MATTERS -

EMEX is back for 2014 from 27 to 29 May at Auck­land’s ASB Show­grounds – at­tract­ing the big­gest names in en­gi­neer­ing, man­u­fac­tur­ing, ma­chin­ery, elec­tron­ics and tech­nol­ogy.

“The re­sponse from vis­i­tors and ex­hibitors has been fan­tas­tic,” says EMEX sales man­ager Mike Lust. “More than 35 per­cent of ex­hibitors are new to EMEX, and reg­is­tra­tions from in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als for free vis­i­tor passes are grow­ing.”

Among the firms tak­ing part this time around is Eurotec, a New Zealand-owned com­pany that op­er­ates in the re­frig­er­a­tion, HVAC, elec­tri­cal and in­stru­men­ta­tion space.

Euro­pean man­u­fac­tur­ers rep­re­sented in­clude Trafag and KSR Kubler from Switzer­land, Alre and Ben­ning from Ger­many, Bene­dict from Aus­tria, Relpol from Poland, as well as MAC3, Gioven­zana, Tex­elco and Alfa from Italy.

And the is­sue of workplace health, safety and se­cu­rity will be cov­ered by, among oth­ers, HazTec. It will be look­ing at the safety of staff han­dling dan­ger­ous goods at work, says the firm’s Shel­ley Nankiv­ell.

“Few em­ploy­ers would de­lib­er­ately put their em­ploy­ees at risk, but some­times good in­ten­tions don’t quite make it into re­al­ity,”she says.

At EMEX the firm is of­fer­ing a free haz­ardous sub­stances ‘health check’.

Sem­i­nar topics in­clude in­no­va­tion strat­egy, the econ­omy and how it af­fects man­u­fac­tur­ers, sup­ply chain, re­ten­tion of man­u­fac­tur­ing in New Zealand, and mar­ket re­search and mar­ket­ing.

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