Metal Forming Expo to be held in Mumbai | Autocar Professional


The biggest sheet metal working, Metal Forming & Manufacturing Expo will be held from 16-18 May, 2024, at Bombay Exhibition Centre (NESCO), Goregaon East, Mumbai.

The second edition of Metal Forming Expo, set to take place from 16-18 May 2024 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon East, Mumbai, the strategic commercial hub, located in the heart of Maharashtra, the manufacturing powerhouse of India. India’s manufacturing sector has been experiencing significant growth, driven by factors such as favourable government policies, increasing domestic demand, skilled workforce, and technological advancements.

By running concurrently with the India Welding Technology Show, Metal Forming Expo will also enhance its appeal as a comprehensive platform for manufacturing professionals. The event aims to foster collaboration, promote knowledge sharing, and boost market visibility, thereby contributing to the development and competitiveness of the industry.

Chaitali Davangeri, Director of Future Market Events, emphasises the pivotal role of Metal Forming Expo in facilitating technology adoption and industry development. The event is hailed as a catalyst for fostering collaborations and driving competitiveness within the manufacturing sector.

Over 175 exhibiting companies, including top machine manufacturers like Bodor Laser, Laser Technologies, and Sahajanand Laser Technology promise a comprehensive showcase of sheet metal cutting, bending, forming, and various other manufacturing technologies. Attendees can expect to explore a wide range of products and solutions catering to diverse sectors such as automotive, engineering, heavy industries, and more.

Metal Forming Expo has established its reputation as India’s leading and only focused exhibition for sheet metal working, metal forming and manufacturing technologies, boasting record-breaking participation, a showcase of cutting-edge technologies, and numerous networking opportunities.

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