A must-attend event for manufacturers
This year’s AUSTECH exhibition, co-hosted with National Manufacturing Week ( NMW), is expected to attract a combined total of over 10,000 visitors.
“Being present at AUSTECH is an absolute must for all manufacturers of production technology aiming to serve customers on the Australian market and to demonstrate their competence, efficiency and capacity to them,” says AMTIL Event Manager and Austech organiser Kim Warren. Thousands of industrial decision-makers regularly attend AUSTECH and National Manufacturing Week to get ideas and find ways to cut costs and get more work. “We attend Austech regularly and purchased our Amada fibre laser cutting machine after the last exhibition,” Eric Woodgate, Managing Director of Shamic Sheetmetal Pty Ltd says. Hare & Forbes customer Michael Arena from Arena Engineering is another regular visitor to the show, where he sees new technology demonstrated and chooses the best for his needs. Ultimately, it is about finding ways to cut costs and get more work; which is required to keep up with technology.
From 26 to 29 May, the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre will be the place to be for all of Australia’s industrial decision makers, hosting several major industry events under one roof: AUSTECH, with a focus on machine tools for metal cutting and forming, production systems, high-precision tools, CAD/CAM and accessories; NMW, showcasing the latest products covering sectors and technologies that are driving industry growth including Sustainable Manufacturing and Engineering Services; Safety First Conference & Expo; SMART Supply Chain & Logistics Conference; Inside 3D Printing Conference, as well as the Victorian Government Manufacturing Hall of Fame Gala Awards Dinner, which recognises Victoria’s most advanced and export-oriented manufacturers who excel in business innovation and productivity and contribute to the Victorian economy.
The Hall of Fame gala ceremony on Tuesday 26 May will offer fantastic opportunities to network, together with AUSTECH and NMW’s Happy Hour in the afternoon, as well as other social and networking events over the four days of the show.
As a biennial event, AUSTECH 2015 is a show not to be missed by anyone involved in advanced manufacturing. Contact: Kim Warren, Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL), kwarren@ amtil. com.au amtil.com.au/austech