Europe’s machine tool builders, Asian partners create Shanghai exhibition
The future already looks bright for the show, according to Eastpo Managing Director Eric Zhong. “With the combined strengths of all three partners, we are confident that the first joint exhibition will have the support of both machine tool makers and users, and grow in stature with each presentation.”
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Cecimo noted that following the strong tradition of major exhibitions in Europe, EMTE-Eastpo also has strict exhibitor admission rules in place. “We will also ensure that the intellectual property rights of manufacturers are not infringed, and that there will be live demonstrations of exhibits presented according to product sectors,” it added.
The wide array of exhibits will be displayed in sectors that include machine tools, precision tools, parts, components, accessories, manufacturing and process automation, metrology and quality assurance, and services, Cecimo said.