22 / 05 / 2019
Press Release Metalloobrabotka 2019
20th Anniversary Edition of the International Exhibition for Equipment, Instruments and Tools for the Metalworking Industry
Metalloobrabotka is the largest in Eastern Europe and the CIS trade show of global machine tool industry and state-of-the-art metalworking technology. It brings together leading manufacturers, suppliers and dealers from around the world since 1984. Today, Metalloobrabotka ranks in the world's top ten leading machine tool trade shows. Support of Russian authorities, participation of leading industry associations and major foreign manufacturers, coverage of all sectors of metalworking and machine too building, as well as many important supporting events testify to Metalloobrabotka's high international standing.
Dates: 27–31 May 2019
Venue: Pavilions No.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Forum and open-air sites of Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow, Russia
Opening ceremony: May 27 at 12.00 in Blue Hall, Pavilion No.2
Opening hours: on May 27–30 from 10.00 to 18.00; on May 31 from 10.00 to 16.00
Organised by Expocentre AO and the Stankoinstrument Russian Association of Machine-Tool Manufacturers
Supported by the Federation Council of the Russian Federal Assembly, Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, Russian Engineering Union
Under Auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Sponsor of registration: Finval Group
Sponsor of the Tool sector: TaeguTec Rus
Exhibition partners: Intehnika, Bavius Technologie
Partner of innovations: Sandvik Coromant
Logos: UFI – the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, RUEF – the Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs
Exhibition area: 41,000+ sq m
Exhibitors: 1,180 companies
Foreign exhibitors include DMG MORI (Germany), TRUMPF (Germany), TL Technology AG (Switzerland), Galika AG (Switzerland), Bystronic Laser AG (Switzerland), Starrag (Germany), Mazak (Japan), Sandvick Coromant (Sweden), Fanuc (Japan), WFL (Austrias), BLM Group (Italy), Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. (Germany), AMADA (Japan), EOS (Germany), etc. and newcomers Akko Makina, Miksan Motor (Turkey), Costa Levigatrici, Teneva, Indeva, BV SRL, Produtech (Italy), Topsolid Missler Software (France), ÊÅMPPI (Finland)
Russian exhibitors (590) include STAN Group consisting of seven enterprises, Kovrov Electromechanical Plant, Perm Metalworking Centers Plant, Sasta, VNITEP, Laser Center, Stan-Samara, Tomsky Instrument, CNC-Tulamash, Lapic, ModMashSoft, Nakal, Tyazhpressmash, Finval Group, Weber Comechanics, etc., and newcomers Energomash, VolgaEnergoProm Group
Countries: 33 (Austria, Belarus, Brazil, China, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK, Ukraine, the USA)
Country and regional pavilions: Belarus, China, Czechia, Germany, Italy, Slovakia, Switzerland, Taiwan, the UK
Russian group stands: Kaluga region, Lipetsk region, Moscow region, Tver region
Country and regional pavilions are arranged by 13 foreign industry associations: AMT (the USA), Belorgstankinprom (Belarus), CMTBA (China), JMTBA (Japan), MIB, TIAD (Turkey), MTA (the UK), SST (Czechia), SWISSMEM (Switzerland), TAMI, TMBA (Taiwan (China), UCIMU (Italy), VDW (Germany)
Professional visitors represent machine building, defense industry, aviation and aerospace sectors, heavy machine building, rolling stock manufacturing, oil and gas engineering, shipbuilding, metallurgy, power plant engineering, industrial robotics and automation
Georgy Samodurov, President of the Stankoinstrument Russian Association of Machine-Tool Manufacturers
"Metalloobrabotka inevitably draws attention of the government, Russian manufacturers of machine-tool products, international associations, and foreign companies. This fact testifies to a high international standing of the event."
Participate in Metalloobrabotka to
generate sales leads and business contacts
find new sales channels
learn about new products and global trends
discuss the most relevant issues with Russian government representatives and entrepreneurs
This Metalloobrabotka presents two new sectors: Robotics and Industrial Automation and Welding and Related Technologies.
The Russian Association of Robotics (RAR), with assistance of the Stankoinstrument Association and support of Expocentre AO, acts as a partner of Robotics and Industrial Automation and arranges supporting events running within this new sector. The new showcase includes products of the world's leading manufacturers, robot software, technology for design and modeling of robotic systems, tooling, and other related equipment.
One of the central showcases is the new Welding and Related Technologies sector, which will occupy the whole Pavilion No.6. The exhibits include welding related tools and equipment, science intensive technologies which improve welding efficiency, introduction of Industry 4.0 into welding, new automation solutions, innovative methods of welding production management, 3D modelling and offline programming of welding systems, and vocational training for welders. The new sector will also feature one of the sessions of the 9th International Forum on Materials Processing Technology, Robotics and Industry 4.0.
The Metalloobrabotka organisers pay close attention to additive manufacturing which is an integral part of the Industry 4.0 concept. The Additive Manufacturing. Industrial 3D Printing sector will continue in Pavilion No.5. Several supporting presentations and workshops will cover the most relevant issues of additive manufacturing. One of the sections of the 9th International Forum on Materials Processing Technology, Robotics and Industry 4.0 will be devoted to additive manufacturing in industrial production.
Moscow Export Centre helped to arrange a group stand of Moscow machine building enterprises, which are this year's newcomers to Metalloobrabotka.
The Stankoinstrument Association and Expocentre AO have significantly expanded the Science, Vocational Education and Production section. This year it presents 17 of Russia's leading universities including such well-known ones as the Bauman Moscow State Technical University and the Moscow State Technological University Stankin. The Association also arranges a showcase of foreign national machine building associations.
A full color anniversary issue of the Metalloobrabotka newspaper is to be published during the exhibition.
The Employment Centre at Metalloobrabotka gives information about current job offers of exhibiting companies, posts CVs, and offers professional career development consultations.
The Expocentre for Counterfeit-Free Exhibitions project, aimed at minimizing counterfeit products showcased at exhibitions and illegal copying of new exhibited products and developments, operates online.
Metalloobrabotka 2019 offers about 30 supporting events with participation of representatives of the Russian authorities, relevant ministries, large and small business, leading industry associations and research centres, and prominent experts.
The main event is the 9th International Forum on Materials Processing Technology, Robotics and Industry 4.0, organised by the Stankoinstrument Association and Expocentre AO, supported by the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, and assisted by Moscow State Technological University Stankin and the Russian Association of Robotics (RAR). For the first time, the forum runs for two days.
The topic of the plenary meeting is Development of the Russian Industry's Potential. Contribution of the Russian Machine Tool Building to Implementation of National Projects.
The forum also includes the following sections:
Digital innovations in machine building
Robotics and industrial automation
Welding and related technologies in machine tool building
Modern technologies of materials processing: equipment and tools
Additive manufacturing in industrial production
The Moscow State Technological University Stankin organises
Russian Conference on Digital Economy: Technologies, Management, Human Assets
International Conference on Automation and IT for students, postgraduate students and young researchers
Other supporting events include
International Conference on Additive Manufacturing: Easy Engineering and Practical 3D Printing
5th Russian Symposium on Metal Forming Technologies
Round Table on Industrial Lubricants and Fluids in Metallurgy, Metal Processing and Machine Building 2019
Consultation Session on Export Support for Metalworking Industry
Sandvik Coromant Day
Kemppi Day: Industry 4.0: Transformation of Welding Production
Conference on Industry 4.0 and Tebis CAD/CAM Program
Conference on Industry 4.0: Transforming Assembly Plant into Smart Factory
Workshops of exhibiting companies
To learn more about the event schedule, go here>>.
Press Service, Expocentre AO