Over 140 exhibitors are already confirmed for the EMEX engineering, manufacturing, machinery, electronics and technology industry event in late May, ensuring it is one of the most highly anticipated events for engineering and manufacturing in 2016. With 51 suppliers completely new to EMEX, including Nukor Industries, Replika, Adept and many more visitors can expect to interact with the very latest National and International technologies, products and services.
51 suppliers completely new to EMEX, including Nukor Industries, Replika, Adept and many more
With the theme of this year’s EMEX being ‘Inspiring Manufacturing and Innovation Excellence’ suppliers will be showing the latest cutting edge technologies for every aspect of the manufacturing process from design right through to delivery” says EMEX sales manager Aad van der Poel.
“It’s a biennial highlight of every serious engineering, manufacturing, machinery, electronics and technology professional. The event attracts not only thousands of visitors, but hundreds of the most significant industry suppliers and specialists from all over the world”.
Organisers are excited to announce that kiwi-founded aerospace company Rocket Lab will exhibit at EMEX 2016. It’s fantastic news to have Rocket Lab on site providing information about employment opportunities to work on manufacturing the company’s Electron rocket. As Rocket Lab’s manufacturing increases, EMEX 2016 provides the perfect opportunity to engage with thousands of Engineers and manufacturers and share with them the Rocket lab success story.
It’s fantastic news to have Rocket Lab on site providing information about employment opportunities to work on manufacturing the company’s Electron rocket.
The latest high tech and innovative equipment will be showcased at the ASB Showgrounds on the 31st of May, 1st & 2nd of June 2016. Companies such as Amprom, DMG Mori, Plazmax and Boge will be bringing to the event the very latest innovations with cutting edge products and technology. Amprom, for example, will be bringing the latest fibre laser cutting machine which visitors can see in full action.
Visitors can expect to be thrilled over the three days through live product demonstrations, special features and a full schedule of industry led education and learning seminars. The schedule will cover a variety of topics such as ‘Additive Manufacturing’, which also includes a Callaghan Innovation Network event, ‘Robotics’, ‘Workplace Health & Safety’ and Keynote presentations by Industry leaders from NZMEA, Metals NZ and MESNZ