Limited exhibitor space up for grabs at Australian Hardware Tools & Grinding Expo

Calling all innovators and industry leaders to showcase their cutting-edge solutions at ATGE 2023 in Brisbane

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The Australian Hardware Tools and Grinding Expo (ATGE) is inviting industry leaders, innovators, and trailblazers in the hardware tools and grinding sector, steelmaking, construction, and abrasive industries to showcase their latest cutting-edge solutions at the inaugural event in Brisbane. 

Why exhibit at ATGE?

Held by Abrasivestocks and Hardware China from 4 to 6 December 2023 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, the first-ever ATGE event will convene industry players to facilitate insightful transnational partnerships and is aimed at redefining the Sino-Australian manufacturing collaboration. 

  • Foster success through networking 

Network with key players and exchange knowledge and expertise with decision-makers across a range of industries in Australia and beyond.

As the hardware tools and grinding industry grows more dynamic with globalisation, local manufacturing leaders in Australia are becoming increasingly aware that it takes more than just cutting-edge technology to stay ahead— it also requires strategic partnerships and a pulse on industry trends.

  • Expand your horizon

Promote your cutting-edge tools, machinery, and solutions to a targeted audience and seize the opportunity to expand your market reach in Brisbane, as the city undergoes a transformative phase in preparation for the 2032 Olympics.

ATGE aspires to be the cornerstone of Brisbane’s evolution, with plans to spotlight Brisbane’s dynamism and invite global entrepreneurs to contribute to Queensland’s and Australia’s forward momentum.

How to secure your space

Companies in the hardware and tools industry are encouraged to register as exhibitors, along with innovators in sectors, such as the Cutting, Grinding and Polishing industry, the Lab-grown Diamonds industry, Machinery, and Construction and Ceramics. 

Limited exhibitor space is still available. To find out more about ATGE’s opportunities for businesses in these industries and to register as an exhibitor, visit