Embrace the future of cutting-edge manufacturing at Metaltech and Automex 2023

  • Nation
  • Friday, 02 Jun 2023

(Tenth from left) Informa Markets Asia president and CEO Margaret Ma Connolly, Informa Group chief operating officer and Informa Markets chief executive Patrick Martell,, Matrade deputy CEO Sharimahton Mat Saleh, Metaltech and Automex chairman and founder Datuk Dr Tan Chin Huat, Informa Markets Asia vice president Ian Roberts, GR8 Dreams founder and managing director Lorela Chia, and Informa Markets in Malaysia country general manager Gerald Leeuwenburgh at the grand opening ceremony of Metaltech and Automex 2023.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Metaltech and Automex exhibitions opens at the Malaysia International Trade and Convention Centre (Mitec), welcoming top global industry players from the machinery and automation industries for a week filled with gilt-laden business and networking opportunities.

The event, the biggest of its kind in Malaysia, showcase over 1,500 brands and companies from 13 countries, with more than 15,000 trade buyers and visitors from 40 countries and regions expected to attend.

The 27th edition feature five national pavilions, which are from China, Germany, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan, and they provide a glimpse into the future of manufacturing and automation.

In addition to being a gateway to discover new technologies, Metaltech and Automex is also a beacon for knowledge sharing.

Attendees can also expect a jam-packed three-day slate of industry-leading seminars that offer valuable industry insights for professionals in the field.

“To ensure global competitiveness, all modern sustainable manufacturing companies need to harness cutting-end new technology to optimise productivity and elevate operational efficiency to a new height, “says Informa Markets in Malaysia country general manager Gerard Leeuwenburgh.

“We remain committed to elevating Metaltech and Automex as the ultimate platform for professionals to explore latest technology and a hub of knowledge sharing for professionals.”

Both Bosch Rexroth and Precision Machinery Research and Development Centre product launches also took place on Thursday.

“With ctrlX Automation now available in Malaysia, Bosch Rexroth enables businesses to have a modular, scalable, and compatible solution without a huge investment from the get-go,” says Bosch Rexroth (ASEAN and Oceania) president and chief executive officer Michel Gunawan.

Furthermore, attendees will witness exclusive product launches from leading Taiwanese companies brought together by the PMC.

Global brands such as Hiwin, Hsin Huan Lung, Joen Lih, Shin-Yain (SYIC), Syntec, and Tongtai will present their latest advanced innovations for high-accuracy metalworking, precise surface grinding, efficient workpiece clamping and automated marking, amongst others.

Informa Markets thanked all its partners and sponsors for the success of the exhibitions.

Metaltech and Automex open its doors from 10am to 6pm from May 31 – June 2, and until 5pm on June 3.

Register your attendance today at https://bit.ly/3SD1ccF for a hassle-free visiting experience. For more information, visit www.metaltech.com.my.

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