More than 400 exhibitors from 20 countries are displaying the best in new precision engineering, machine tools and metalworking products at MTA Vietnam.
This year, Vietnam’s leading manufacturing solutions trade show on July 3-6 in Ho Chi Minh City witnessed many new-in-Vietnam product launches.
International exhibitors at MTA Vietnam 2012 include Agie Charmilles, Amada, Blum, Bystronic, Carl Zeiss, Chin Fong, Davi, Dmg Mori Seiki, Flow, Guhring, Haas, Hardinge, Heidenhain, Hexagon Metrology, Hurco, Makino, Mazak, Mitsubishi Electric, Mitutoyo, Mst, Nikon, Okamoto, Optical Gaging, Renishaw, Rollomatic, Sandvik, Seyi, Sodick, Studer, Sutton Tools, Tornos, Trumpf, Vargus, Wenzel and Yg-1.
“With strong international representation at the show floor, as well as a refreshing conference line-up that discusses the latest trends and concerns surround the manufacturing industry, it is without a doubt that MTA Vietnam 2012 caters to the diverse and fast growing needs of Vietnam’s manufacturing industry,” said Tee Boon Teong, chief representative of Singapore Exhibition Services’ representative office in Ho Chi Minh City.
Singapore Exhibition Services and Vietnam’s VCCI Exhibition Services co-organised the event at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre in District 7.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Electric launched its Wire EDM machines in precision engineering at the show.
The event features 10 group pavilions led by government agencies and industry organisations from Asia and Europe, such as the Italy pavilion, which sees eight companies led by the Italian Trade Commission, Trade Promotion Section of the Italian Embassy, Singapore pavilion, led by the Singapore Precision Engineering and Tooling Association (SPETA) and representing 43 exhibitors.
The other group pavilions represent Germany, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and the UK.
MTA has been an annual event in Vietnam since 2005.