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MTA VIETNAM2012 boasts event success

17 Jul 2012

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MTA VIETNAM2012, what is considered as Vietnam's leading trade show for the manufacturing solutions industry, recorded more than 10,000 attendees including trade visitors, exhibiting staff, conference delegates and speakers, and members of the press. Featuring a range of quality products and technologies from renowned international brands, this year's MTA VIETNAM claims to be the most comprehensive yet, noted the organizers.

"Every edition of MTA VIETNAM sees us continually trying to bring the latest technologies and products to Vietnam. This year is no different, as we see the return of many quality international brands, resulting in the show exceeding its previous edition and becoming the largest MTA VIETNAM to date. The continuous growth is testament to MTA VIETNAM being the foremost and most relevant trade show for the manufacturing industry in Vietnam," said William Lim, project director of show organizer, Singapore Exhibition Services.

MTA VIETNAM2012 witnessed many local and international brands exhibiting the latest technologies never seen before in Vietnam. Making their debut into the Vietnamese market were technologies such as DMG MORI SEKI's Milltap 700, a rigid milling-drilling-tapping center; Mitsubishi Electric's new MV series Wire EDM machine; Unify Tech's Okamoto High-precision CNC surface grinding machine; Nikon's LC15DX laser scanner; and Optical Gaging's SmartScope ZIP Lite 250 among many others. Aside from renowned international brands exhibiting on the show floor, up-and-coming Vietnamese companies were also available to present their offerings to the manufacturing community, thereby heralding MTA VIETNAM as the most comprehensive machine tools trade exhibition in Vietnam.

MTA VIETNAM2013 will return to the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City on July 2 to 5, 2013.

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