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IMTEX 2011: India's Biggest Metal-cutting Machine Tool Exhibition Print E-mail
Written by Arjun   
Thursday, 20 January 2011
Bangalore: IMTEX 2011, the 15th edition of the International exhibition on metal-cutting machine tools and manufacturing solutions begins today in Bangalore. Being the largest series in South and South-East Asia IMTEX 2011 will start from 20th January and will be on till 26th January 2011 at IMTMA’s own state-of-the-art exhibition facility – Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) on Tumkur Road.

Spread across 40,000 square metres, the exhibition will feature over 800 exhibitors and 750 machines with a total value of Rs. 1400 Crores. Exhibitors from across 23 countries including India will be participating in the exhibition this year.

Other key countries representing at IMTEX 2011 and Tooltech 2011 include Australia, Austria, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hongkong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom & USA. The exhibition will also have group participation from China, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan & USA.

IMTEX 2011 will showcase the exhaustive range of innovations and technological refinements in the complete product segment of metal cutting machine tools.
Concurrent with IMTEX 2011, is the Tooltech 2011. It is an International Exhibition of Cutting Tools, Tooling Systems, Machine Tool Accessories, and Metrology & CAD/CAM.   Tooltech 2011 will feature newest trends in cutting tools and tooling systems from all across globe.

High-level business delegations from the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association, Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturer’s, Ordinance Factories, Indian railways, Tractor manufacturer’s Association and Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited will be a part of the exhibition.

Momentum of Indian machine tool industry is back. New sectors such as Aerospace Healthcare, Energy has helped the industry focus on high–end technology and innovation. This has led to many new countries like USA, etc. participating in this year's IMTEX 2011.

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