Co-located with National Manufacturing Week (NMW), Austech is Australia’s premier advanced manufacturing and machine tool exhibition is over for 2017. White Industries reported a successful week and a strong turnout of new and existing clients alike.
National Manufacturing Week 2017 was one of its largest conference and exhibition programs to date, with early reports recording more than 10,000 attendees for the event. Exhibition Director Robby Clark said the NMW team had already received positive feedback, which paired with the strong 2017 results, signalled an optimistic outlook for visiting industry, business owners and investors.
“We are thrilled with the 2017 results, which have certainly been one of the biggest years on record for National Manufacturing Week in Australia,” said Clark.
“It is encouraging to hear many of our visitors, exhibitors and speakers view National Manufacturing Week as an event to mark in the calendar, with some already signed on for 2018 and beyond.”
More than 230 exhibiting companies showcased the latest technologies, developments and programs over the four days. Major partners included the Victorian Government, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council, CSIRO, Innovative Manufacturing CRC, Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia, Welding Technology Institute of Australia and the Institute of Instrumentation Control and Automation.
White Industries would like to thank all of their visitors to the stand during the week and we look forward to the opportunity of work together to add value to all concerned over the coming months and years.