Register now for Australian Manufacturing Week

Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Ltd

Thursday, 19 January, 2023

Register now for Australian Manufacturing Week

Registrations are now open for Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW2023), held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from 9–12 May 2023.

AMW showcases the latest innovations, technologies, and equipment in the advanced manufacturing sector. Visitors and exhibitors can explore new opportunities, meet, and network with industry leaders and technology experts, all under one roof at one show.

After the successful AMW2022 show in Sydney in June 2022 — with 6100 trade visitors and 170+ exhibitors in 4500 square metres of exhibition space spread over four days — the 2023 Melbourne show will be back on home ground and is slated to be a much bigger event.

Once again organised by the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL), AMW2023 will occupy more than 10,000 square metres of exhibition space at the MCEC in Melbourne, with 300 leading industry exhibitors taking stands to showcase the latest manufacturing technologies, processes and support services to expected crowds of over 10,000. AMW2023 will be the ‘must attend’ event in the manufacturing landscape.

There will be seven zones on the show floor of Australian Manufacturing Week, each with their own distinct specialisations. These include:

  • Austech Machine Tools, sponsored by ISCAR
  • Additive Manufacturing Zone
  • Australian Manufacturers Zone, sponsored by Sutton Tools
  • Manufacturing Solutions Zone, sponsored by Adobe
  • Robotics & Automation Zone
  • Weld and Air Solutions Zone, sponsored by AtlasCopco
  • Plastic Technology Zone
     

“AMW2022 at ICC Sydney was a great success and we look forward to an even better AMW2023 at the Melbourne Convention Centre in May,” said Frank Yao of Innofocus Photonics Technology.

Register now to attend: www.australianmanufacturingweek.com.au.

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