“Delhi Machine Tool Expo 2019 all set for August”


Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) is organizing the third edition of Delhi Machine Tool Expo (DMTX 2019) at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida, Delhi - NCR from 8th to 11th August 2019. The expo will also feature special pavilions on Metrology Expo (metrology, testing instrument and equipments), Weld Expo (welding, cutting and joining), Additive Manufacturing Expo (3D printing), and Factory of the Future (Industry 4.0).

DMTX 2019 is likely to feature over 200 exhibitors occupying an exhibition space of 12,240 sq.mts. of gross area showcasing latest technologies in metal cutting and metal forming. Foreign exhibitors are also expected to participate.

The machines and accessories on display is expected to serve the needs of key user industries such as aerospace, defence, railways, automotive, medical engineering, construction, information technology, and electronics, etc. The expo will provide a platform for the manufacturing industry to upgrade and improve productivity and quality requirements and demonstrate solutions to manufacturing industries, especially the various small and medium enterprise industries. Focus will be on the industrial units located in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, etc.

Stating his views on DMTX 2019, P. Ramadas, President, IMTMA said, “We are glad to organize the third edition of the expo as the past two editions of the show evoked an encouraging response from the machine tool industry. Manufacturers who participated in the previous shows were able to expand their range and I firmly believe that this edition of the show will help them to build on to their earlier success and reach out to the regional industries.”

Speaking on the objective behind organizing the expo, V. Anbu, Director General & CEO, IMTMA said, “IMTMA is organizing the show to enable India’s regional industrial units to keep pace with the changing technologies. Shows like DMTX will play an enabling role in addressing the numerous requirements of OEMs and component manufacturers in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. We expect a good turnout and I am confident that the expo will continue to evolve and grow bigger in future editions.”

The previous edition of Delhi Machine Tool Expo held in 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi had featured 242 exhibitors from 10 countries and attracted a footfall of 11,279 visitors including 93 business delegations.