Canada’s largest and most respected manufacturing event, the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) returns to The International Centre this year after 14 years in downtown Toronto.
“Every two years our members look forward to exhibiting and visiting CMTS and we’re excited that it’s returning back to the airport area,” said Les Payne, Executive Director, Canadian Tooling & Machining Association. “Our expectation is for increased participation by our members at this new-old location that we are all so familiar with.”
From September 30th through October 3rd, the above mentioned International Centre in Missisauga, Onatrio will play host to premiere industry education, provided both on and off the show floor through a combination of product showcases, live equipment demonstrations, top speakers, interactive panel discussions, cutting-edge conference sessions and multiple networking hubs.
“As Canada’s national manufacturing event, CMTS is all about providing visitors with a glimpse of the manufacturing automation possibilities of the future,” said Event Manager Julie Pike.
Asking visitors to “expect more,” the 2013 event will feature over 500 exhibits and the most up-to-date industry solutions along with access to more than 10,000 manufacturing professionals from across the country and around the world.
The Government of Canada is expecting more from the manufacturing industry too. The government has recently promoted Canadian manufacturing expertise in London, Ontario.
“Our government continues to focus on creating jobs, growth and long-term prosperity by opening new markets around the world for innovative exporters like those here in London,” said Canadian Minister of International Trade. “By supporting businesses and workers through the most ambitious trade expansion plan in Canada’s history, we are ensuring that the right services, support and policies are in place to foster innovation, attract investment and keep communities like those in London and throughout Southwestern Ontario vibrant, prosperous and strong.”
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