Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Metalworking on show at a trade fair of superlatives

“EMO Hannover 2013 will show trade professionals from around the globe how they can best meet the manufacturing challenges of today and tomorrow,” said Christoph Miller, Managing Director of EMO Hannover.carbon cloth EMO Hannover organizer is VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association) based in Frankfurt,Running Board suppliers Germany. A press conference on EMO Hannover was held on January 17, 2013 in Hanoi. “EMO is the world’s showcase. Everyone who has anything to do with machine tools will meet at this event investment decision-makers from various industries, global market leadekitchen gadgetsrs in manufacturing technology, scientists and politicians.knife manufacturer International suppliers will present their leading innovations to their customers. EMO Hannover 2013 will have a decisive impact on the manufacturing industry in the years to come,kitchen knives” added Miller. 

EMO Hannover 2013 will be a significant event for customers from across the metalworking value creation chain. They hail in particular from the automotive and aerospace industries, mechanical and plant engineering, electrical engineering, precision engineering and optics, the metal processing industry, medical technology, and much more. 

Vietnam’s machine tool customers are primarily foreign manufacturers of electric and electronic products and motorized vehicle parts. Over 328 companies have registered from Asia alone, and the number continues to rise. In 2011, 50 professionals and manufacturing experts from Vietnam came to EMO to learn about their major suppliers’ offers and innovations. 

Christoph Miller of VDW said, “Coming to EMO is a must for machine tool industry customers, because no other event brings together such prestigious international metalworking expertise. And nowhere else as many innovations will be on display as in Hannover. Machine tool manufacturers will also take part in EMO, because no other event will attract such a large number of decision-makers from around the globe.”

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