Open today! A massive influx of advanced technologies and attractive business opportunities for metalworking to ramp up your likelihood of success is ready to welcome industrial community. Driving development always requires innovative solutions, be here to witness every industrial movement and discover opportunities you can embrace for your business growth. From today onwards until 12 October, three powerful shows: “METALEX Vietnam 2019,”“Welding Vietnam 2019,” and “ROBOT X HCMC” will act as a significant leap with a series of international machinery, robotic and welding technologies, unknown know-hows while expanding business networks via thought-provoking conferences and matchmaking programs.
“METALEX Vietnam has been a steadfast ally of Vietnamese manufacturers to catch up with the ever-evolving innovations and knowledge in the field of metalworking. Additionally, it is an idea platform for technology providers from different countries to showcase their advanced machines and share their pragmatic solutions to leading industrialists in order to maximize manufacturing capabilities. As the organizer of METALEX Vietnam, we have recorded a surge in interest from both local and international exhibitors. The number of METALEX Vietnam 2019’s exhibitors increase by 30 percent compared to last year’s edition with more than 500 brands from 25 countries participating. It expects to welcome at least 10,000 trade visitors.”
“Among the ASEAN nations, Vietnam shares close economic and cultural ties with India and plays a critical role in India’s growing relations with the ASEAN nations. In 2018-19, the total trade between the two countries was to the tune of USD 13.66 billion, a growth of 6.76% over 2017-18. Given this background, it is a great honour to see that India has been selected as a partner country for METALEX Vietnam which is one of the most established exhibitions of the ASEAN region. I sincerely hope that this edition of METALEX Vietnam 2019 brings further momentum to India-Vietnam’s engineering trade relations. I also wish that more such exhibitions be arranged in both countries for future interactions between the engineering industries of both countries.”