Professional events in Singapore offer the unique chance to get in contact potential customers and suppliers from Japan, China, Taiwan and Korea at the same time with.
Good flight connections, a highly developed infrastructure and political stability – Singapore’s advantages are appreciated all over the world and ensure a high number of visitors at international trade shows.
From September 9 to 11, 2014, the medical technology exhibition MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA (MMA) will again take place in Singapore. The event will show the complete process chain for medical device components, material processing and solutions for industrial manufacturing.
The exhibition also features developments in the areas microtechnology and nanotechnology, optics and photonics, surface technology and coatings, and new materials that are used to enhance medical devices and manufacturing processes.
At MMA manufactures, suppliers, developers and researchers will meet to discuss the latest technologies and current trends and to showcase their new products to the Asian market.
After a successful participation in 2012, the IVAM Microtechnology Network will attend the MMA once more, this time with a joint pavilion. The joint pavilion is organized by IVAM in cooperation with Messe Dusseldorf Asia (MDA). Companies who are interested in exhibiting or holding a presentation on their product innovations are invited to contact Ms. Orkide Karasu (firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 231 9742 7086).
Mona Okroy-Hellweg | idw
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