Pune Machine Tool Expo (PMTX 2024): Connecting the Dots in Manufacturing

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PMTX 2024 and FACTEQ 2024
Pune Machine Tool Expo/Source: IMTMA

Organized by the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) from 25th to 28th May 2024 at the Pune International Exhibition and Convention Center, Moshi, Pune, India, the Pune Machine Tool Expo 2024 (PMTX 2024) is a unique opportunity for industries looking for innovative solutions to their challenges.

Western region’s leading expo on machine tools and manufacturing technologies, Pune Machine Tool Expo 2024, is ‘THE’ opportunity to make the right connections and advance business to a new level.

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Returning after a hiatus of six years, the expo has grown in size by 100% when compared to its previous edition. It occupies a space of around 12,000 square metres with around 180 exhibitors showcasing their products.

Exhibitors will showcase everything from metal cutting and metal forming to welding, automation robotics, Industry 4.0, and 3D Printing, and visitors can expect to see some ground-breaking innovations revolutionizing the manufacturing landscape.

Pune has the presence of a large number of auto, heavy engineering, aerospace and defence, and other manufacturing industries, and the show will be an apt platform to meet manufacturing needs.

It is expected to attract visitors not just from Pune but also from other industrial towns of Maharashtra and other neighbouring states to attend the expo.


IMTMA is also organizing the inaugural edition of FACTEQ and as a co-located show it will showcase the entire spectrum of factory equipment essential for designing, building, operating, and maintaining modern factories.

The co-located shows will offer unparalleled networking opportunities for regional industries to access the latest technologies and solutions. Given IMTMA’s commitment to empowering MSMEs and driving technological innovation, we are confident that the expo will pave the way for transformative advancements in the manufacturing landscape

Industry professionals, entrepreneurs, and decision-makers are called upon to block their calendars to visit PMTX 2024 and FACTEQ 2024 to explore the future of manufacturing and avail of the opportunities for growth and mutual collaboration.

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