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This year NMW will feature a record 12 product zones, including two new zones focusing on sustainable manufacturing and metals & composites.
Packed with the manufacturing industry’s leading suppliers showcasing their latest innovations, this year’s National Manufacturing Week (NMW), co-located with Austech and held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park on 8-11 May, will once again be Australia’s leading integrated industry event.
More than 450 companies are exhibiting across NMW and Austech. Within NMW, each of the 12 Product Zones is strongly represented with leading Australian companies as well as specialist exhibitors showcasing new technologies and innovative products.
This year’s event will include API Pneumatic and UBEECO, both exhibiting for the first time. Other ‘firsts’ will include Henkel, unveiling a FDA approved threadlocker for food and beverage manufacturing; Industrial Measurement Solutions’ new, high accuracy laser inspection device, a raft of new welding options from Machinery Forum and many more.
Paul Baker, Exhibition Director says NMW will also provide a great opportunity to network and learn new ideas.
"There will be rolling demonstrations and displays of new technologies, and, in addition, a one-day high level conference focusing on practical strategies for addressing broader industry challenges.
"In a nutshell, NMW is an outstanding opportunity for professionals to keep up-to-date with developments in and for their changing industry."