The MACH 2018 manufacturing technologies exhibition is set to take place at the Birmingham NEC on 9-13 April with a new a look and new location. MACH will be staged on the atrium side of the NEC, in Halls 17, 18, 19, 20, 6 and 7, reflecting the changing technologies that the show covers. The exhibition showcases live working machinery including: milling, turning, metrology, additive manufacturing, tooling and Industry 4.0 technologies. Among the overriding themes running through the show will be interconnected technology and the future of manufacturing. So far, 90% of exhibitor space has been allocated.
James Fudge, head of events at the MTA, says: “MACH is a great barometer for judging the health of the UK’s manufacturing sector, and with 90% of exhibition space sold eight months before the show opens, we can gauge that our exhibitors are buoyant. Exhibitions are a fantastic way to do business, and we feel we have created the perfect environment for that to happen at MACH 2018.”
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Described as the world’s most influential meeting point for oil and gas professionals, this year’s edition of ADIPEC (Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference) is set to take place on 13-16 November. The show is expected to attract more than 100,000 trade professionals from over 135 countries, and over 2200 exhibiting companies, providing visitors a direct route to the world’s most advanced technologies.
Visitors will be able to explore thousands of products and services from 53 countries and 27 international pavilions. The show will provide an opportunity to network with resource owners from around the world who are looking to partners to help them get the most from their assets through operational excellence, cost effectiveness and profitability. In addition, the 2017 Technical Conference Programme, organised by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), will provide delegates with a comprehensive learning experience covering 119 sessions with over 900 speakers
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Industry 4.0 will be placed at the centre of the EMO display from Yamazaki Mazak, where the company will be unveiling its iSmart factory concept (Hall 27, Stand B56). The stand will also feature 25 new machines, including 15 making their world debuts. The iSmart factory concept utilises Mazak’s Industry 4.0 infrastructure, which enables machine users to make the step-up from automated cell manufacturing to a completely connected factory of the future. Three key pillars form the solution: Mazak Smooth CNC technology; the new SmartBox, which provides fast data analysis with increased security; and the MT Connect standard communication protocol.
Taking centre stage from a machine perspective will be the latest addition to Mazak’s flagship Integrex range. The Integrex i-500 extends the capacity of the i series and features a modular design concept. This machine will be joined by another model shown for the first time, the Integrex i-800V/8, which combines full five-axis milling, turning and pallet-changing capabilities on a vertical platform.
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Taking place on 8-10 September, the 11th edition of Asia’s largest pre-owned machinery exhibition, UMEX, is set to get underway at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, India. In 2016, around 7100 visitors from 31 countries attended the event, along with over 350 exhibitors. Covering 14,000 sq m and supported by 16 trade associations, the event is organised in partnership by ITEI and MTI.
MTI will be handing out extra printed copies of its show issue to visitors from the company’s dedicated stand at UMEX. Indeed, the stand will be part of the MTI Pavilion, a now-familiar sight at exhibitions the world over. Among the companies confirmed on the pavilion include GCH Machinery (USA), Jansen Machinehandel (Netherlands), Gibbs Machinery (USA), Luthy Machines (Switzerland), Silini Press and Hammer (Italy), and Pressen Haas (Germany).
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