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MTA2007-MetalAsia

Riding on the burgeoning growth potential in Asia and the success of its 2005 edition, the region's premier manufacturing technology event, MTA2007–MetalAsia will be held from the 28th to the 31st of March 2007 at the Singapore Expo. The event is expected to draw 950 companies from 35 countries/regions. Of these, 78% will be from outside Singapore. Official group pavilions from Germany, UK, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore are also expected at the event. This year, turning Asia into a hotbed for ceaseless growth opportunities and making MTA2007-MetalAsia a timely event for the manufacturing industry.

Some of the leading industry players returning to MTA2007-MetalAsia include AMADA, Bruderer, Makino, Mazak, Mori Seiki, DMG, Agie Charmilles, Sodick, Mitutoyo, Nikon, Carl Zeiss, Renishaw, Hexagon, Sandvik, OSG and Seco Tools.

Held in synergy with MTA2007-MetalAsia is Automation2007, which will bring together leading industrial automation providers to enhance business efficiency and profitability. Automation2007 provides exhibitors and visitors with an ideal platform to buy and sell the latest in factory automation available today.

MTA2007-MetalAsia incorporates MetrologyAsia2007 which promises to feature a wide range of precision measurement and testing equipment from the industry's finest manufacturers. Also held alongside the show is OutSource & SubCon2007 which brings together companies engaged in contract manufacturing & sub-contracting services for sectors such as automotive, electronics, components & parts manufacturing, heat treatment, medical, IT & telecommunication and machinery & equipment manufacturing.

Jointly organised with the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) of A*Star, the AMF represents the latest in the series of industry exchanges focusing on automotive issues and will touch on topics covering sustainable manufacturing, alternative energy and emerging technologies, amongst others. The MTA2007 Manufacturing Technology Forum will provide delegates with a comprehensive platform to discuss industrial trends, opportunities and technological advances driving the aerospace, automotive, electronic, biomedical, optics and RFID sectors today.



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