M-Tech Nagoya 2019 took place from April 17-19 (Source: www.reedexpo.co.jp)

Tokyo (VNA) – Twenty-six Vietnamese businesses in the supporting industry joined the fourth Manufacturing World Nagoya (M-Tech Nagoya) trade show, which took place in Nagoya, the capital city of Japan’s Aichi Prefecture from April 17-19.

According to Vietnamese Trade Councilor in Japan Ta Duc Minh, this is the first time that Vietnamese businesses had organised their own separate section at the event.

The section was jointly arranged by the Vietnam Association for the Supporting Industry (VASI) and the Hanoi Centre for Investment, Trade, and Tourism, with the support of the Vietnam Trade Office in Japan.

The Vietnamese firms attending the event mostly operate in metal and electronic accessories production, plastics and rubber, and automation. They have provided products to multinational companies in both Vietnam and foreign markets.

Among the firms present were big players in the industry, including Vietnam Engine and Agriculture Machinery Corporation (VEAM), Export Mechanical Tool JSC (EMTC), Binh Minh TMC, Hiep Phuoc Thanh, Kyoko Vietnam, and PSH Mechanical Design.

Within M-Tech Nagoya, Vietnamese enterprises had working sessions with partners to seek partnership opportunities.

M-Tech Nagoya is part of a series of annual industrial exhibitions of Japan, along with M-Tech Tokyo and M-Tech Osaka.

M-Tech Nagoya drew businesses from a range of countries, including the US, the Republic of Korea, China, and India. Many of the firms operate in automobile, electronics, and industrial machineries. –VNA