Event Report

India: Delhi Machine Tool Expo 2017

| Editor: Franziska Breunig

Organized by IMTMA, the exhibition was held for four days and served as a platform to demonstrate the latest manufacturing technologies.
Organized by IMTMA, the exhibition was held for four days and served as a platform to demonstrate the latest manufacturing technologies. (Source: IMTMA)

The four-day Delhi Machine Tool Expo 2017 concluded on a positive note.With 242 exhibitors from 10 countries, the Delhi machine tool exhibition was held from August 10–13, 2017 and attracted 11,279 visitors from various industries such as auto component, automobiles, capital goods, defence, aerospace and railways.

Along with this 93 trade delegations from High Commissioner of Nigeria, COFMOW (Railways), Ordnance Factory Board, Maruti Udyog, Honda Cars, BHEL, etc visited the expo.

Along with Delhi & NCR, the event attracted impressive number of delegates and visitors from the Tier II and Tier III cities such as Jagadhri, Sangrur, Rudrapur, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Manesar, Faridabad, Panipat besides visitors from the neighboring states of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and others.

Attracting visitors

Expressing his views over the success of the event, V Anbu, Director General and CEO IMTMA said, “We are happy to share that the second edition of the Delhi Machine Tool Expo, the fourth in the series, was a success. The exhibitors were also happy that the show managed to attract visitors from smaller manufacturing hubs from northern region. This further gives impetus to our idea that the regional machines tools are the way forward to address the requirements of the Original Equipment Manufacturers, as well as component manufacturers in the Tier II and Tier III cities.”

Showcasing technologies

Organized by the Indian Machine Tools Manufacture’s Association (IMTMA), the exhibition was held for four days and served as a platform to demonstrate the latest manufacturing technologies. The expo covered both metal cutting and metal forming technologies including automation and robotics, tooling systems, CAD/CAM and other technologies, which are essential for today’s manufacturing.

The Delhi Machine Tool Expo turned out to be fruitful both for the visitors as well as the exhibitors and most of the exhibitors were satisfied with the quality of the crowd and the business opportunities that the exhibition provided them.

Continuing with the idea, the next Regional Machine Tool Exhibition will be the second edition of Pune Machine Tool Expo, which will be held from September 27–30, 2018 before returning to Delhi in 2019.

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