The eighth international precision engineering machine tools and metalworking Exhibition & Conference – MTA Hanoi – organised by Informa Markets Vietnam on October 12-14, attracted hundreds of local and international exhibitors.
|MTA Hanoi 2022 welcomes hundreds of exhibitors from 13 countries and territories |
Following the success of the international exhibition MTA Vietnam in July with 12,500 visitors and more than 144 exhibitors from 11 markets and much positive feedback from exhibitors, Informa Markets Vietnam continued the MTA Hanoi in October.
The MTA Hanoi 2022 showcases a wide range of the latest products and innovative techniques brought by leading brands in the industry, which come from developed markets such as Germany, the United Kingdom, Austria, Turkey, Japan, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Israel, Malaysia, and Thailand. Beyond an exhibition, the Organising Board generates insightful events before and during the show.
Taiwan and South Korea are both international pavilion groups participating in this year's MTA Hanoi 2022. Specialised visitors will once again meet well-known brand names in the industry such as Sodick, Mitsubishi, Hiwin, Tinh Ha, Hwacheon, Kamogawa, Cominix, Durma, Jinan Bodor, and VPIC.
|MTA Hanoi 2022 conveys a series of seminars about smart manufacturing, printing, and digital technology |
MTA Hanoi 2022 conveys a series of seminars about smart manufacturing, printing, and digital technology that was led by top experts over three days and three seminars. The seminar was designed to be highly applicable by focusing on practical business issues. It provides the enterprises a comprehensive and insightful view of the Vietnam manufacturing industry to implement in specific situations.
|"The exhibition is a bridge for manufacturers and distributors to exchange knowledge and experience and look for partners," said Dao Phan Long, chairman of VAMI. |
Dao Phan Long, chairman of the Vietnam Association of Mechanical Industry (VAMI) said, “The industrial revolution requires manufacturers to continuously upgrade technology and capacity. Thus, the exhibition is an opportunity for domestic manufacturers to approach the modern technology of the mechanical industry to improve their capacity.”
Long added, “Besides this, it is a bridge for manufacturers and distributors to exchange knowledge and experience and look for partners.”
According to preliminary forecasts, the total mechanical market demand of Vietnam up to 2030 might reach more than $300 billion. There are 25,000 mechanical enterprises in operation, accounting for nearly 30 per cent of the total manufacturing and processing industry enterprises in Vietnam.
However, Vietnam's mechanical industry only meets about one-third of the domestic mechanical product demand, so the market and potential opportunities are promising.
"The application of smart manufacturing to production lines in mechanical engineering enterprises in Vietnam will help factories significantly improve production capacity, which is considered a top benefit and the most obvious of any factory when applying automation and also a way to maximise work productivity. In addition, it can help businesses to achieve sustainability with ancillary manufacturing methods, such as reducing inventory, energy consumption, and transportation requirements," Long said.
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