EMEX 2018 – The biggest in decades

More than 150 international and local exhibitors will inform, delight, entertain and celebrate kiwi design and innovation across the three days. There’s also the serious business of putting forward great commercial deals for the manufacturing community. If you’re in Engineering, Manufacturing or Electronics then you really need to visit this free event to best position your business with the latest technology on offer.

This year will see more machines onsite at EMEX than previously. New Zealand’s leading CNC suppliers are going all out to showcase their latest products and machining technology. In addition, exhibitors from the world of industrial automation will be displaying Robotics that are shaping the future of the manufacturing industry.

The top NZ suppliers are set to wow visitors with a range of automation solutions that will deliver your business efficiencies and the ability to compete on a global scale.

One of the key features of EMEX 2018 is the comprehensive free seminar program. “on all 3 days of the show there are informative and thought-provoking sessions covering topics ranging from Advanced Manufacturing (incl. 3D printing), Industry 4.0, Collaborative Product Design, skill shortages in the industry and how to address these as well as Practical solutions for implementation of Health & Safety practices, all presented by some of the most respected experts in their field

Kiwi Design & Manufacturing Innovation – Close up
The addition of an extra exhibiting hall sees the introduction of an Innovation Quarter with the featured presence of the Stabicraft 1600 Fisher brought to EMEX by Stabicraft and Caliber Design, an engineering, analysis, and mechanical design consultancy. Jonathan Prince, Director at Caliber Design says, “this is a brilliant example of collaborative product design where in order to compete globally New Zealand businesses have had to innovate and collaborate to make collective gains.

“The Stabicraft Design team supported by experts from complimentary businesses such as Caliber Design bought a fresh perspective, design process thinking, and bespoke use of composites to the recreational boat market.”

As Aad van der Poel, sales and event manager of EMEX says, “EMEX is New Zealand’s premier technology trade show and if you are an engineer – mechanical, design, consultant, electrical; machinist; communications technician/manager; supervisor; technical operator; operations manager or similar, then EMEX offers the tools, technology and services to work smarter.”

EMEX 2018 runs from 1 to 3 May at ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane, Auckland. Free registration is now open for industry professionals wishing to attend. Simply visit: www.emex.co.nz/visitor-information/register/

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