Queensland gets its own manufacturing show

Professionals involved in manufacturing technologies, engineering and related industries will do well to attend the inaugural QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING SHOW, which will run at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 21 to 23 June 2011.

Professionals involved in manufacturing technologies, engineering and related industries will do well to attend the inaugural QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING SHOW, which will run at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 21 to 23 June 2011.

The QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING SHOW will showcase the latest technologies in conventional and CNC machine tools, sheetmetal working equipment, CAD/CAM software, programming systems and general industrial engineering products when it debuts at the co-located Queensland Safety Show.

One of the first companies to snap up a major stand at the show is Multicam Systems, one of Australia’s CNC routing machines manufacturers, which also provides machinery, flat bed routers and tables.

Multicam will be joined by major Australian distributors of the latest technologies available, making the QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING SHOW a must attend destination for anyone involved in increasing manufacturing efficiencies, productivity and sustainability.

Speaking of his experience at the manufacturing event within the recent WA Safety Show, Maurice Balassone of Metal Form Group is in full support of this new venture.

"Queensland is in need of a quality trade show for the manufacturing technology and related industries and to run the Queensland Manufacturing Show alongside the Safety Show in June is a great way of offering visitors from these markets a one-stop-shop. Australian Exhibition & Conferences presented highly professional event in Perth and I look forward to seeing the event come to Brisbane in June," he said.

Marie Kinsella, managing director of Australian Exhibitions & Conferences Pty Ltd, explains how the co-location of the QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING SHOW with the established Safety Show will be of great benefit to the exhibitors and trade visitors.

“Since the launch of the Queensland Safety Show in June 2006 it has become obvious that there is a gap in the market, leaving manufacturing and process professionals without a forum to keep up to date with latest technologies for their workplace. The QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING SHOW will offer 5,000+ visitors the opportunity of face to face contact with major suppliers of the latest technologies available, as well as keeping up to date with WHS requirements,” she said.