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175 businesses participate in MTA Hà Nội 2017

Update: October, 11/2017 - 16:00
Visitors at a booth of the 5th International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metalworking Exhibition. — VNA/VNS Photo Đức Dũng
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI — Some 175 businesses are participating in the 5th International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metalworking Exhibition & Conference (MTA HANOI 2017) which began in Hà Nội on Wednesday (October 10).

Covering an area of 4,300sq.m, the three-day exhibition will showcase offerings and products covering a broad technology scope relevant to the manufacturing sector.

More than 71 per cent of exhibitors at the event are from 19 countries and territories such as Beijing Jingdiao, Carl Zeiss, Makino and Mitsubishi Electric, as well as Mitutoyo, Sodisk and QES.

BT Tee, general manager of UBM VES and the organiser, said the event had returned at a timely moment in support of the local manufacturing scene, which has consistently grown over the past few years.

Moon Min Wan, general director of Marposs Việt Nam, said they have been participating in both the MTA Việt Nam and MTA HANOI 2017 show, and found that MTA has been a dedicated platform allowing participants to get access to the very latest technologies and services available in the entire manufacturing process.

Not only has it provided support to international players wanting to gain a foothold in Việt Nam, but the MTA HANOI 2017 has also positioned itself as a launch pad for local suppliers to enhance their industry presence.

Local industry pioneers such as Tinh Hà, Vạn Sự Lợi, Bibus, T.A.T and Bảo Sơn have large booths at the expo. It also welcomed a number of local newcomers showcasing a wide assortment of manufacturing and metal-working solutions, including Trương Nguyễn, Fil Việt Nam, Vision Equipment and Lasertech, as well as CNC Việt Nam and Nhật Hà.

MTA HANOI 2017 will also have seminars, interactive workshops and lively panel debates on some of the current issues affecting the manufacturing and precision engineering sectors. — VNS

 

 

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