“A significant year for Indian machine tools industry” [29 Mar 2012]

“2012 is a significant year for us as it marks the beginning of 12th Five year plan for the industry. This lays down the vision to increase our share from 16 per cent to 25 per cent by the year 2025. The aim can be achieved by constantly organising various initiatives by the industry. Such events witness better partnerships, advanced technologies, increased momentum and business confidence leading up to progressive changes in the industry, better quality, enhanced efficiency and increased productivity”, said Vikram Sirur, President of Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA).
IMTMA is organising its 2nd edition of Modern Machine Shop – an international exhibition of manufacturing technology & production equipment from 5 to 8 April at India Expo Mart in Greater Noida. Introduced by the organisers of IMTEX, Modern Machine Shop 2012 (MMS) will showcase a wide range of machines, equipment and services that enable facilitation of modernisation in manufacturing organisations. The 4-day exhibition will have on display a range of metalworking machinery, low-cost automation, material handling, quality control systems & equipment, off-the-shelf production aids, accessories, consumables, software and consultancy etc.
This exhibition will host group participation from United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). This group comprises of several small scale machine tool manufacturers who will seek an opportunity to showcase their technology upgradation at the exhibition. This technology upgradation was manifested as part of a unique project which was supported by UNIDO and IMTMA two years back.

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