Assembly Technology 2017

2017-06-21 - 2017-06-24
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+66 2686 7222
Driven by the growing popularity of Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing trends, “Assembly & Automation Technology 2017” will guide industry professionals into the future of manufacturing where streamlined and interactive production will encourage competiveness in the global marketplace. The Show will empower the transformation of traditional factories from cost centers into profit centers that progressive businesses will strategically invest in. “Assembly & Automation Technology 2017” will expose 330 brands from 27 countries to 76,000 key decision makers and potential buyers from the widest range of industry sectors from across the region. To offer a comprehensive platform for participants to gain first-hand insights into the benefits of smart manufacturing and invaluable networking and information sharing opportunities, a strong line-up of onsite activities will be held such as VIP business matching, application and technical discussions, and Automation Forum where the sector’s leading experts ranging from business to academia will be invited to share their insights on various trends.
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VISITOR PROFILE By Industry • Automotive & Parts • Electronics & Electrical Equipment/components • Food Industry • Petrochemical • Machinery • Mold Making Industry • Plastics and rubber • Assembly Manufacturing By Job Function • Engineer • Technician • Manufacturing Management • Corporate / General Management • Procurement / Purchasing • Quality Control & Assurance • Product Design / Research & Development • Consulting / Auditor

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