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MTT 2008 Indonesia

25.02.2008
This world-class exhibition and conference is the ideal platform for leading manufacturers and providers of Metal Working and Machine Tools technology, solutions and machinery to meet with qualified buyers from automotive, die and mould and metal forming and forging industries.

This world-class exhibition and conference returns for the third time in Indonesia to serve as the ideal platform for leading manufacturers and providers of Metal Working and Machine Tools technology, solutions and machinery to meet with qualified buyers from automotive, die and mould and metal forming and forging industries.

Exhibition Dates
27Aug – 30Aug 2008 (show days)
23Aug – 26Aug 2008 (move-in days)
Exhibition Hours
1030 – 1830 hrs
Venue
Jakarta International Expo
Kemayoran, Jakarta
Exhibition Area
12,200 square metres
Exhibiting Companies
560 expected * 70% overseas participation * 26 Countries/Region
Region/ Countries : 26
(Projected)
Australia
Austria
Belgium
China
Finland
France
Germany
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Italy
Japan Korea
Malaysia
Singapore
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
UK
USA
Admission
Professionals, Trade & Business Visitors
(By Registration Only)
For more information:
Indonesia
PT ECMI Services
Ms Rimeyka Wirza
Tel : (62) 21-266 45 464
Fax: (62) 21-266 45 485
Email: jkt@ecm-intl.com
India
Focussed Event Management
Mr Samir Khedkar
Tel : +91 - 22 - 32019137 / 28479609
Fax : +91 - 22 - 28479601
Mobile : +91 - 98200 24830
Email : india@mtt-indonesia.com
Malaysia
ECMI Services Sdn Bhd
Mr C P Saw
Tel : (60) 3-8023 0820
Fax: (60) 3-8023 0830
Email: overseas@ecm-intl.com
Singapore & Elsewhere
ECMI Services Pte Ltd
Ms Vicki Lim
Tel : (65) 628 444 25
Fax: (65) 628 443 55
Email: contact@ecm-intl.com
Taiwan
WES World Expo Services Ltd
Ms Florence Lay
Tel : (886) 2-2552 0880
Fax: (886) 2-2552 0881
Email: taiwan@mtt-indonesia.com

Ms Rimeyka Wirza | ResearchSEA
Further information:
http://ecm-intl.com/MTT2008/MTT2008/general_info.htm
http://www.researchsea.com

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