Fourteen companies from Saxony Federal State to participate in Metalloobrabotka 2017
The Saxony Federal State will make its 11th appearance at the Metalloobrabotka International Exhibition this year. The Saxony Economic Development Corporation (WFS) will install a joint stand for 14 companies from Saxony (stand B12, Hall 2, Pavilion No.2) on the orders from the Saxony State Ministry of Economy, Labor and Transport.
The exhibitors will include such market majors as NILES-SIMMONS-HEGENSCHEIDT, a manufacturer of turning/milling machines; MIKROMAT, a manufacturer of precision and portal-frame machines; VTD (Vakuumtechnik Dresden), a manufacturer of vacuum coating systems; Profiroll Technologies, a manufacturer of thread rolling and automatic machines; and UNION, a manufacturer of horizontal boring machines.
For the first time, the exhibition will present AUMA DRIVES, a manufacturer of electrical drives and reducers, and SPL Spindel- und Präzisionslager, a manufacturer of various kinds of spindels for grinding, milling and turning machines.
Other participants in the exhibition will be UNITECH-Maschinen (design, production, distribution and maintenance of turning and milling machines), HECKERT (manufacturer of precision milling, turning, drilling and grinding machines), RASOMA (manufacturer of oversized machine tools and special hardware), WEMA GLAUCHAU (round grinding, surface grinding, and grinding machines), FFG Werke – MODUL (machine tool distribution and design of gear processing solutions), Fraunhofer IWU (Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology providing applied R&D in the field of machine tool building) and Leipziger Messe, an organizer of social and industrial exhibitions in Saxony.
The Metalloobrabotka 2017 International Exhibition for Equipment, Instruments and Tools for the Metalworking Industry is organized by Expocentre and the Stankoinstrument Association of Machine-Tool Manufacturers. The exhibition will take place at Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow from May 15 to 19, 2017.
Launched in 1984, the Metalloobrabotka International Exhibition is a major machine tool project in Russia and the CIS which presents the latest solutions for modernization of the Russian machine building industry.