Precision engineering show to be held in Hanoi on October hinh anh 1Exhibitors from 19 countries and territories participated into MTA HANOI 2016. (Photo

|Hanoi (VNA) – The International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metalworking Exhibition and Conference (MTA) will return to Hanoi on October 11-13.

With over 170 exhibitors from 19 countries and regions expected at MTA Hanoi 2017, the event promises to be the ideal international trading platform for sourcing, procurement and industry exchange.

Foreign top-notch enterprises in the manufacturing industry that confirmed to be present at the show include Big Daishowa, Beijing Jingdiao, Carl Zeiss, Doosan Infracore, Mitsubishi Electric, and Nikon, together with those from Vietnam such as Cybertech, Tinh Ha, Bibus, and Van Su Loi, making this year’s trade show the largest and most comprehensive edition ever since its inception in 2010.

BT Tee, General Manager of UBM VES – the organiser of the exhibition, said that the return of the MTA Hanoi will meet metalworking and production requirements and help factories in the northern region in bettering their production chains and expand investment scales.

MTA HANOI 2017 is expected to provide visitors with an opportunity to join many educational sessions and interactive seminars.

Focusing on the theme of Industry Revolution 4.0, a comprehensive two-day programme compiled by the Lean Six Sigma Network will cover a variety of pertinent topics that can add value to business operations and increase its competitive edge.

In addition, the exhibition will also include some symposiums hosted by Multi Engineering Solutions Laboratory (MESLAB) and other well-known associations, allowing delegates to hop on the bandwagon, impart technological updates and understand market dynamics through a variety of inspiring case studies and thoughtful presentations.

The MTA HANOI 2017 is expected to draw almost 5,000 trade visitors from about 15 countries and regions. The previous edition, held on April 26-28, 2016,  attracted more than 4,600 foreign trade visitors.

The similar exhibition was organised in Ho Chi Minh City on July 4-7.-VNA