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India's first International Forming Exhibition - IMTEX FORMING 2010 set to take off Print E-mail
Written by Arjun   
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
Bangalore : IMTEX FORMING 2010 and Tooltech 2010, which will be held at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) on Tumkur Road will be inaugurated on 21st January 2010. Coinciding with the exhibition, IMTMA is organising a one day international seminar on forming technologies focusing on metal forms, poly forms and future forms.

"IMTEX FORMING is going to be the first forming show exclusively showcasing latest forming technologies not only for metals but also for plastics and other engineering materials like composites and ceramics which find wide application in engineering products from all the world’s best known brands in this segment," said C. P. Rangachar, Past President of IMTMA.

The exhibition is scheduled from 21 - 26 January 2010.

Spread across 25,000 square metres, the exhibition will feature over 500 machines with a total value of Rs. 500 million. Exhibitors from across 26 countries including India will be participating in the exhibition this year. Key highlight of the exhibition are four country group participation from Belgium, China, Taiwan as also large group participation from Germany. Other key countries representing at IMTEX FORMING 2010 and Tooltech 2010 include Austria, Australia, Canada, France, Israel, Greece, Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States of America.

IMTEX FORMING 2010 will receive high-level business delegations from the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA), Bangalore Chambers of Industry and Commerce, German Delegation from India Desk Germany, Indian Ordnance Factories, Indian Railways, ISRO Satellite Centre, Japan Forming Machinery Association besides other high-level international delegations.

“India is fast emerging as a global hub for manufacturing and the industry is gearing up to meet the demands of technologically advanced, high – quality, cost- competitive products. IMTEX FORMING 2010 will draw users and manufacturing professionals from automobile, durables, white & brown goods, electronics & communications, industrial machinery, energy, aerospace which eventually translates to increased visitor interest,” added Mr. C. P. Rangachar.

The international seminar has been specifically designed to address latest trends, developments and research in forming technology and showcase new materials, new technologies and processes. The daylong international event will be addressed by host of global companies in the forming manufacturing industry, including from ]AMADA, L&T, SCHULER, INDO – US MIM, BAYER, BASF etc., as also from key Indian corporations like National Aeronautical Laboratory and the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC). The facilitators will emphasis on the emerging technologies that are likely to shape up in the world of forming manufacturing for specialised applications in engineering sector.

IMTMA is also holding a concurrent fair – Tooltech 2010. 12th in the series, Tooltech 2010 features newest range of dies and moulds, forming tools, tooling systems, machine tool accessories, metrology as well as computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing software.

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