National Manufacturing Week – Melbourne May 7-10; Features two new product zones


National Manufacturing Week, this year held in Melbourne from May 7 to 10, 2013, will feature a total of 12 dedicated product zones, including 2 new sections (Sustainable Manufacturing and Metals & Composites), which will make matching buyers and sellers easier and allow them to conduct business more efficiently.

The 12 product zones are:

• Air technology (comprehensive range of pneumatic, hydraulic and compressed air technology products and solutions)

• Automation & Robotics (Industrial Robotics, Motion Control Equipment, Sensors, etc.)


• Electrical (hi-tech products, services and technologies for the dynamic electrical sector i.e. installation & control equipment, lighting & lamps)

• Electronics (LED/LCD Displays, Microelectronics, Surface Mount Technology, etc.)

• Engineering (Engineering Products & Materials, Pumps, Industrial Equipment, etc.)

• Health & Safety (a range of safety products and services, designed specifically to assist manufacturers in reducing accidents and injuries to their workforce and making employees more safety conscious)

• Information Technology (ERP, supply chain & e-procurement, CAD, CAM, CAE, IT Services & Support, Hardware, subsystems & peripherals)

• Materials Handling (all the important aspects of logistics, material handling and distribution, from raw materials to production, through to warehousing)

• Metals & Composites (NEW) (Showcasing key technologies and applications for industries including the automotive, aerospace & defence, lightweight construction, civil engineering, mass transit and many more)

• Process Control & Instrumentation (Analysers/Analytical Equipment, Data Acquisition Equipment/Loggers, Pipes, Hoses & Fittings, etc.)

• Sustainable Manufacturing (NEW) (Alternative fuel and energy sources, Waste minimisation & recycling, Carbon reduction, etc.)

• Welding Technology (the largest showcase of welding, heat-treating, joining and associated products and technologies staged in Australia)

National Manufacturing Week will allow visitors to source the latest products and services across industry sectors from leading Australian and international suppliers. Visitors will also be able to network with peers and acquire important technical information which will help them in their own business operations.

Meanwhile, exhibitors will have the opportunity to attract a high quality and quantity of buyers and decision-makers and build new business relationships.

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Source: National Manufacturing Week Website

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