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IMTEX, Tooltech & Digital Manufacturing 2023 – Addressing Manufacturing Needs through Futuristic Technologies

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  • Over 750+ exhibitors from 20+ countries shall display cutting-edge manufacturing technology solutions occupying around 70,000 square metres exhibition space.
IMTEX, Tooltech & Digital Manufacturing 2023
Above: IMTEX is a flagship event for the Indian metal cutting industry/Source: IMTEX

The much-awaited IMTEX is finally back after a prolonged hiatus of 4 years. This year’s event called as the IMTEX, Tooltech & Digital Manufacturing 2023 will be organised at the sprawling halls of Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), Bengaluru. It will once again be teeming with activities as representatives from various industry sectors meet machine tool manufacturers in the show that runs from 19 – 25 January 2023.

IMTEX which has a rich history of more than 50 years ranks among the world’s top ten shows in manufacturing. Held in an exhibit space of 70,000 square metres representing 750+ exhibitors from 20+ countries, IMTEX 2023 will showcase technologies that are most advanced solutions to challenges faced by industries and the supply chain.

Exhibitors from across the world will showcase new advances such as multi-tasking machining centres, tools, accessories, robots, cobots, manufacturing software, 3D printing solutions, evolving Industry 4.0 concepts, and many more. OEMs, suppliers, manufacturers, sourcing agents, investors, researchers, academia, and students, among others will be at the show to explore their requirements.

“IMTEX is an expression of a new India and represents what its machine tool industry is capable of. Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) has always made efforts to bring new industry segments to the show and help technologies reach a wider section of industries. This enables self-development and help industries to manufacture products that can be accepted globally.”

– Jamshyd N. Godrej, Chairman-Exhibitions, IMTMA

Key Highlights of IMTEX, Tooltech & Digital Manufacturing 2023

  • Participation of 750+ exhibitors from 20+ countries
  • Industry specific trade delegations
  • Seminars on Digital Manufacturing and Additive Manufacturing / 3 D Printing
  • i2 Academia Pavilion with leading institutions from India presenting their R&D
  • International Buyer-Seller Meet
  • Exhibition in gross area of around 70,000 square metres in 5 halls

Ravi Raghavan, President, IMTMA echoed similar thoughts. He says, “IMTEX 2023 is expected to be a highly focused show that will cover an exciting assemblage of new-age technologies that have assumed significance in the current manufacturing landscape.”

The display of advances in digital technology in the form of live machines will enthrall visitors, feels Jibak Dasgupta, Director General & CEO, IMTMA. He adds, “IMTEX provides an ideal platform for a visitor to learn and implement automation quickly. Small and large firms can successfully build and enhance their brand at IMTEX.”

With many features such as seminars on digital manufacturing and additive manufacturing, international buyer-seller meet, a forum for direct connection between exhibitors and buyers from domestic and international markets, i2 Academia Pavilion, a platform for academic institutions to showcase their R&D to industries, and so on, the exhibition is poised to advance business to the next level.

About Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association: Formed in 1946, IMTMA, today with 460+ companies, is the apex body of Indian machine tool industry and plays an important role in its development through various advocacy measures. IMTMA has set up institutions such as Advanced Machine Tool Testing Facility and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Development Centre, and worked closely with the government to set up a first of its kind machine tool park in Karnataka. IMTMA has been in the forefront of skill development through its Technology Centres in Bengaluru, Pune and Gurugram. Its flagship show IMTEX is one of the leading global machine tool exhibitions.


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