Sep
19
Thu
Digital Transformation in Manufacturing – Sydney @ Parkroyal Parramatta - Bligh Room
Sep 19 @ 7:45 am – 10:00 am

Breakfast Event

Digital Transformation in Manufacturing

Hear from industry leaders to understand how you can jumpstart a digital transformation in your manufacturing business.

Are you looking to transform your manufacturing business by spending more time focussing on your customers?

Join us at the digital transformation in manufacturing breakfast to hear how US manufacturer Tuff Shed revolutionised their business with Salesforce and KBMax.

Since undertaking a digital transformation, Tuff Shed have seen sales soar and costs significantly reduce, learn how you can do the same.

Join us to understand how digital transformation can help your business to;

  • Anticipate customer needs to increase value
  • Improve customer service
  • Increase customer loyalty and satisfaction

Event Details

Sydney

Thursday, 19th Sept 2019
Parkroyal Parramatta – Bligh Room
30 Phillip St, Parramatta NSW 2150
7:45am – 10:00am
Price: Free

Key Speaker

Steve Stessman

VP of National Retail Sales, Tuff Shed

Agenda

7:45am – Register
8:00am – 8:30am Tuff Shed Story
8:30am – 9:00am Breakfast
9:00am – 10:00am Demo + Q&A panel with industry leaders
10:00am – 11:00am Networking + Solution Appointments

Sep
23
Mon
Space Regulatory Framework @ Online
Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am

Space technology micro-courses

What is happening in the Space industry?

The space sector is one of the most exciting and inspiring industries today. Australian businesses can now enjoy unprecedented Australian Government support to disrupt their industries and foray into the space sector. The space industry is forecast to triple in size over the next 10 years, and is proving to be an industry that is stable and resistant to economic downturns. (Review of Australia’s Space Industry Capability (March 2018), Report from the Expert reference Group)

How can you get involved?

The Australian Government made a call for organisations to leapfrog into areas of future competitive advantage such as artificial intelligence, robotics, big data analytics to space systems and derived information, next-generation communications to enable broadband space to earth communication as well as innovation in antenna, rocket and spacecraft systems. The options are endless.

What you need to do now….

Swinburne University of Technology has developed two highly relevant and unique short courses:
• Space Applications in the Australian Context
• Space Regulatory Framework.

Course delivery and set up:

Course duration: 6 weeks
Delivery: Blended – online + on-campus one-day intensive workshop

Space Regulatory Framework

Space operations conducted by Australian organisations are subject to a range of domestic and international regulatory frameworks, regardless of whether they are upstream (provision of technology) or downstream applications (exploitation of technology).

This subject will introduce you to the key Australian legislation and international agreements/ treaties which govern domestic and international space operations.

Space Regulatory Frameworks will focus on intellectual property in relation to space research and how to collaborate on space research with international partners.

At the successful completion of this unit, you will be able to confidently source relevant legal and regulatory information – and know when to engage expert assistance and advice.

Ground view of a spaceship launching into a clear blue sky.

Course details

This course will give you an introduction to:

  • legal frameworks governing space operations undertaken by Australian nationals
  • how to navigate domestic and international space law
  • the role of the United Nations (UN), UN Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS)
  • UN treaties and UN General Assembly (UNGA) resolutions relating to space and space activities
  • institutional structures and regulatory frameworks governing space operations in Australia
  • intellectual property law and contracts.

Who is the course for?

Non-space industry professionals who either have an interest in, are keen to start up a new business venture in or plan a career change from a related industry to the space industry, and space industry professionals who want to learn the legislations of the the new Space Act.

Cost: $2,950

Sep
24
Tue
Strategic Negotiation and Influencing @ Wizard Corporate Training
Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

STRATEGIC NEGOTIATION AND INFLUENCING
This practical workshop will highlight methods and strategies to drive business growth, increase revenue/profit, reduce cost and help the negotiating parties make the most of opportunities by achieving a meaningful agreement.

During this free workshop, participants will:
• improve their knowledge and understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process
• develop key skills to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully
• extend and enhance their negotiation and influencing capabilities
• learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments
• improve their capability to manage stress and emotions.

As a result, participants will increase their ability to develop and manage relationships, create harmony amongst all stakeholders, be in a better position to develop and sustain long-term collaborative partnerships and strengthen pathways to securing successful outcomes in their negotiations.

Who should attend?
Executives, Senior Managers, Decision Makers

For more information on this workshop, please contact Bruno Bello, bbello@amtil.com.au

Sep
26
Thu
World of drones (Brisbane) @ Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Sep 26 – Sep 27 all-day

World of drones
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
26-27 September 2019
Learn how drone technology can reduce risks for workers and improve productivity. Hear from Queensland businesses which are embracing drone technology to keep workers safe by eliminating or reducing work health and safety risks. Your workplace might have tasks that are hard to do without putting your workers at risk and a drone could be the perfect solution.
Delegates from across the Asia Pacific and beyond are expected to attend and the congress will feature a fascinating Expo with over 30 exhibitors from Australia, China and Japan.
With a focus on driving the drone industry through business and innovation, WoDC 2019 connects drone leaders, businesses and academia with the latest industry developments, applications and policies.
Connect, collaborate and co-create with domestic and international UAV business representatives, drone pilots, manufacturers, application developers, researchers and more.
https://www.worldofdrones.com.au

World of Drones Congress (Brisbane) @ Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Sep 26 – Sep 27 all-day

World of Drones Congress
26-27 September 2019
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Ever considered using drones in your workplace to perform those ‘hard to do’ tasks which could otherwise put your workers at risk?
Queensland businesses are using drone technology and making it a part of everyday business. Come to the World of Drones Congress to find out how drone technology can help keep your workers safe and improve productivity.
Delegates from across the Asia Pacific and beyond are expected to attend and the congress will feature a fascinating Expo with over 30 exhibitors from Australia, China and Japan.
With a focus on driving the drone industry through business and innovation, WoDC 2019 connects drone leaders, businesses and academia with the latest industry developments, applications and policies.
Connect, collaborate and co-create with domestic and international UAV business representatives, drone pilots, manufacturers, application developers, researchers and more.​
www.worldofdrones.com.au

Oct
8
Tue
PACIFIC 2019 (Sydney) @ International Convention Centre, Sydney
Oct 8 – Oct 10 all-day

PACIFIC 2019
Sydney
8-10 October 2019

PACIFIC 2019 is a global business event, attracting senior merchant marine, shore services, maritime and defence industry, military and government decision-makers from around the world.
The only comprehensive international exhibition of its kind in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, PACIFIC 2019 will again provide the essential showcase for commercial maritime and naval defence industries to promote their capabilities to decision-makers from around the world.
PACIFIC 2019 is strongly supported by the Royal Australian Navy, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), Defence Science and Technology, the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities and the Government of the State of New South Wales.
The RAN will invite Navy Chiefs and senior Navy leaders from around the world to attend. In the order of 35 countries are expected to participate. With the support of other Australian Government agencies and a range of civil industry stakeholders, invitations are also being extended to international leaders in defence equipment acquisition and materiel, marine transport, security, environmental affairs, cargo handling, port services and maritime technology across the globe, with particular emphasis on the Asian and Indo-Pacific regions.
www.pacificexpo.com.au

Oct
15
Tue
IoT IMPACT 2019 Conference & Exhibition (Sydney) @ Hyatt Regency Sydney
Oct 15 – Oct 16 all-day

IoT IMPACT 2019 Conference & Exhibition
15-16 October 2019
Sydney, Hyatt Regency
IoT impact is the only Australian IoT conference driven by the industry. IoT Alliance Australia is the peak industry body representing IoT in Australia. Over 450 participating organisations and 850 individual participants are working to accelerate the adoption of IoT across the Australian economy and society. The content of this conference has been carefully crafted from experts who are designing and implementing IoT in their industry.
Hands on workshops providing a true understanding of what is happening within a specific industry sector and what needs to be in place to be ‘IoT ready’.
Across two days this event will bring together over 1,000 business and technology senior executives from sectors such as Food & Agribusiness, Water, Health, Smart Cities, Transport/Logistics, Energy & Manufacturing. Over 60 speakers and 50 exhibitors will inform and educate delegates on IoT readiness for each industry sector.
www.iotimpact.com.au

WA Mining (Perth) @ Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 15 – Oct 16 all-day

WA Mining
WA, Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
15-16 October 2019
A new mining conference and exhibition. WA Mining – “Accelerating WA’s Mining Future to 2030” will look at the life of mine from operational strategy through to execution and address both the strategic and technical approaches to improve productivity, lower costs and optimise the end to end process. WA’s overall mineral production growth will accelerate over the coming years, as rising mineral prices and a robust project pipeline boost output. The expansion of remote and deeper mines will have a direct impact on activity and productivity costs. Investment, community engagement and sustainability will also be shaped by the social and political environment that WA mining operates. As a result, mining in WA will become more complex. At WA Mining 2019, we confront these complexities through practical case studies, seminars and panel sessions that are tailored to specific issues so you can implement strategies that will boost productivity and lower costs.
www.waminingexpo.com.au/en-gb.html

Oct
16
Wed
AMTIL NSW 20th Anniversary Celebration & Networking Function @ Cidery Bar Rydges World Square
Oct 16 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

AMTIL NSW Networking Function

– Celebrate 20 Years of AMTIL
– Network with likeminded individuals
– Bring your colleagues and exchange ideas with other AMTIL Members.

Includes finger food and drinks

Free for AMTIL and AM Hub Members
Non-members $95

Oct
22
Tue
Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2019 (VMS19) @ State Basketball Centre
Oct 22 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2019 (VMS19) is an annual event celebrating its sixth year. Hosted by a partnership of the Industry Capability Network (Victoria), Victorian Government and six local councils. The objective of this event is to provide opportunities for Victorian manufacturers to gain invaluable insights into successful Victorian businesses while networking with other manufacturers and Victorian industry.

This year’s theme is Engage. Innovate. Create.

The showcase will take place on Tuesday 22nd October 2019 at the State Basketball Centre in Wantirna South. Following on from the successful Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2018 at the GMHBA Stadium in Geelong, the 2019 edition will be even bigger and better.

Exhibiting

If your organisation would like to exhibit at VMS19 please register through this page. Each exhibition stand will be a 2m x 2m space with a 6ft x 2ft table. It will be possible for exhibitors to secure multiple exhibition stands (up to 2 in total) if they require a larger space to display their products. Exhibitors will be expected to display their products on their table tops. Companies are welcome to bring along their own pull up banners (max two per stand), table cloths and marketing collateral/literature.

Your exhibitor ticket includes registration for one individual. If you require additional attendees, please register through this page as a delegate.

Exhibition Stand Pricing:

  • One 2m x 2m stand = $400 (flat fee)
  • Two 2m x 2m stands (located next to each other) = $750 (flat fee)

Exhibitors will be able to set up their stand from 6am on Tuesday 22nd of October. All stands must be show-ready by 7:30am at the latest. The exhibition will be open to delegates from 8am until 3pm. All exhibitors must have packed up and left the venue by 5pm.

Delegates

Delegates include all event attendees that are not exhibitors/sponsors/organising staff. There is no charge to attend VMS19 as a delegate, however, all delegates must register their attendance through this page. Delegates will not be able to display any products or promotional material of any type. If you would like to display products or promotional material, please register as an Exhibitor.

Who should attend VMS19?

  • Victorian manufacturers
  • Suppliers to the manufacturing industry
  • Customers of the manufacturing industry
  • STEM – Education providers/Apprentices/Graduates/Students with an interest in the manufacturing industry
  • Project owners
  • Government stakeholders

STEM

STEM participants (Education providers/Apprentices/Graduates/Students) with an interest in the manufacturing industry are encouraged to attend VMS19. Registrations are limited to four individuals per institution. Please register through this page and select the ‘Graduate/Apprentice/Student’ ticket.

Schedule

06:00 – Exhibitor and hard stand set-up
07:30 – Exhibitor stands to be show ready
08:00 – Delegates arrive
15:00 – End of day – Delegates leave and Exhibitors start to pack-up
17:00 – All attendees need to have exited the venue

Sponsorship Opportunities are also available. For more information, CLICK HERE.

Event Programme TBC

Oct
23
Wed
All-Energy, Melbourne @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 23 – Oct 24 all-day

All-Energy
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
23-24 October 2019
Australasia’s largest and most comprehensive clean and renewable energy event.
This free-to-attend conference and exhibition opens up a world of opportunities for the clean energy sector. Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia provides delegates with exclusive access to the latest technology, information and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewables sector.
www.all-energy.com.au

Training/Workshops 2019 AS 4024.1-2019 Safety of Machinery @ Brisbane
Oct 23 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Training/Workshops 2019 AS 4024.1-2019 Safety of Machinery
With New Material From latest Updates

Workshop participants cover all crucial elements of the new standard with latest 2019 updates and learn to apply these to achieve full legal compliance together with enhanced productivity.

Carefully constructed exercises consolidate the essential ‘safety by design’ principles.

COVERS:
• Risk assessment             • Plant regulations (Law)
• Safety control systems   • Validation
• Guarding                        • Emergency stops
• Unexpected startup        • Interlocking
• Ergonomics                     • Presence sensing

VITAL INFORMATION FOR:
• Machine designers and manufacturers
• OEM’s
• Machinery importers and suppliers
• Electricians
• Technicians and operators
• OH&S professionals
• Managers and supervisors

PRESENTER:
Frank Schrever
Principal Trainer
Chairman of the Australian Standards Committee for“Safety of Machinery” SF 041 reviewing AS 4024 and other machine-specific standards since 1999. Frank has over 39 years of experience in instrumentation and automation, designed the
first safe automation course at Swinburne University and guest lectures at other educational institutions.

After 12 years as MD of Pilz Australia he established Machine Safety By Design Pty. Ltd. to provide specialist machinery safety consulting and training to the machine industry.

TO REGISTER: 

Attendee Registration Form – HERE
AMTIL: Suite 1 673 Boronia Road,
Wantirna 3152 Australia VIC.
Bookings contact: Kim Banks
0417 146 102 kbanks@amtil.com.au

In conjunction with and supported by

Oct
29
Tue
CEBIT, Sydney @ Sydney International Convention Centre
Oct 29 – Oct 31 all-day

CEBIT
Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
29-31 October 2019
International trade fair for information technology, telecommunications, software & services, digitisation of business. Will bring together traditional technology specifiers and buyers along with the new breed of technology savvy professional whose roles have been rewritten by the disruptive forces of technology.
www.cebit.com.au

International Mining & Resources Expo, Melbourne @ Melbourne Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 29 – Oct 31 all-day

International Mining & Resources Expo
Melbourne Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
28-31 October 2019
Covers all aspects of mining, from exploration to investment, production to optimisation through to new technologies. Along with future energy opportunities, as well as people, projects and infrastructure case studies that will benefit the industry.
www.imarcmelbourne.com

Oct
30
Wed
Ausbiotech, Melbourne @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 30 – Nov 1 all-day

Ausbiotech
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
30 October – 1 November 2019
Dedicated to the development, growth and prosperity of the Australian biotechnology industry. Includes the latest research, trends and insights from within the global life sciences ecosystem. Will bring together Australian and international biotech leaders and stakeholders for three days of education, skills building, and networking.
www.ausbiotechnc.org

Waste & Recycling Exhibition Expo, Sydney @ Sydney International Convention Centre
Oct 30 – Oct 31 all-day

Waste & Recycling Exhibition Expo
Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
30-31 October 2019
Australia’s longest running marketplace for waste buyers and suppliers in today’s global $265.65 billion (USD) waste and recycling industry. It is a two-day collaboration showcasing the present and future of waste disposal and recovery and has become the most respected showcase of efficient, profitable and sustainable waste and recycling solutions on the Australian exhibition calendar. An opportunity to showcase innovation. Network with key waste & recycling decision makers from industry & government, practical waste & recycling management, seminars & workshops.
www.awre.com.au

Oct
31
Thu
Predicting the Future of Work through Australian and global demographic trends & AMTIL’s AGM @ Riversdale Golf Course
Oct 31 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Predicting the Future of Work through Australian and global demographic trends – Mr Simon Kuestenmacher

Kuestenmacher is a rising star in data animation and interpretation, making astounding predictions for Australia’s future. A columnist for The Australian newspaper, he is frequently sought out by SkyNews, The Project, newspapers and radio stations across Australia as a commentator on demographic and data matters. Reaching more than 30 million people every month through his Twitter account, Kuestenmacher speaks on demographic trends, consumer insights and cultural change in Australia.

 

AMTIL’s Annual General Meeting will follow this presentation

Breakfast Served: 8:00am
Presentations Commence: 8:30am
Parking: Free parking is available at the venue.

Free to attend for AMTIL and AM Hub Members
Non-Member $69.00

Register Here

If you need more details contact Kim Banks kbanks@amtil.com.au

Nov
21
Thu
Strategic Negotiation and Influencing @ Wizard Corporate Training
Nov 21 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

STRATEGIC NEGOTIATION AND INFLUENCING
This practical workshop will highlight methods and strategies to drive business growth, increase revenue/profit, reduce cost and help the negotiating parties make the most of opportunities by achieving a meaningful agreement.

During this free workshop, participants will:
• improve their knowledge and understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process
• develop key skills to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully
• extend and enhance their negotiation and influencing capabilities
• learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments
• improve their capability to manage stress and emotions.

As a result, participants will increase their ability to develop and manage relationships, create harmony amongst all stakeholders, be in a better position to develop and sustain long-term collaborative partnerships and strengthen pathways to securing successful outcomes in their negotiations.

Who should attend?
Executives, Senior Managers, Decision Makers

For more information on this workshop, please contact Bruno Bello, bbello@amtil.com.au

Nov
27
Wed
AMTIL 2019 WA Christmas Dinner Function @ The Shorehouse
Nov 27 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Perth’s great beachside eateries.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partner and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes dinner and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

       

Nov
28
Thu
AMTIL SA Members Christmas Dinner @ Jolleys Boathouse
Nov 28 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Adelaide’s great eateries.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partner and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes dinner and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail

AMTIL Logo

Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

       

Dec
3
Tue
AusRAIL Plus, Sydney @ Sydney International Convention Centre
Dec 3 – Dec 5 all-day

AusRAIL Plus
Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
3-5 December 2019
Largest rail event in Australasia. Conference and exhibition. Provides a platform for knowledge sharing & networking with world’s leading industry figures, rail manufacturers & operators. Includes a three-day conference with dedicated plenary and technical streams.
www.ausrail.com

AMTIL 2019 NSW Christmas Dinner Function @ Cafe Morso Lower Deck (West Side) -
Dec 3 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Sydney’s great private dining locations.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partner and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
AMTIL Logo

Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

       

Dec
4
Wed
AMTIL 2019 QLD Christmas Dinner @ Greenhouse Howard Smith Wharves
Dec 4 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

You’re invited to kick off the festive season with a celebratory dinner at Greenhouse.

Greenhouse is nestled in the heart of Howard Smith Wharves’ gardens, offering an inner city escape for the perfect sumptuous Christmas Dinner.

Celebrate with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed festive environment.

Bring your partner and/or colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes networking canape’s, dinner and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

       

Dec
12
Thu
AMTIL 2019 VIC Christmas Dinner Function @ Panorama Fenix Events
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with the ultimate luxury private dining experience.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partners and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal, drinks and entertainment.
Book a table of 10 and make our Christmas party your Christmas party!

Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
AMTIL Logo

Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

       

Feb
25
Tue
Strategic Negotiation and Influencing @ Wizard Corporate Training
Feb 25 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

STRATEGIC NEGOTIATION AND INFLUENCING
This practical workshop will highlight methods and strategies to drive business growth, increase revenue/profit, reduce cost and help the negotiating parties make the most of opportunities by achieving a meaningful agreement.

During this free workshop, participants will:
• improve their knowledge and understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process
• develop key skills to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully
• extend and enhance their negotiation and influencing capabilities
• learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments
• improve their capability to manage stress and emotions.

As a result, participants will increase their ability to develop and manage relationships, create harmony amongst all stakeholders, be in a better position to develop and sustain long-term collaborative partnerships and strengthen pathways to securing successful outcomes in their negotiations.

Who should attend?
Executives, Senior Managers, Decision Makers

For more information on this workshop, please contact Bruno Bello, bbello@amtil.com.au

Mar
11
Wed
Australasian Oil & Gas Expo (Perth) @ Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Mar 11 – Mar 13 all-day

Australasian Oil & Gas Expo
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
11-13 March 2020
Includes specialised industry zones showcasing the latest in Instrumentation Control and Automation, Asset Integrity, Subsea, Health, Safety & Environment and Drilling & Completion. And the latest products and innovations from hundreds of Australian and international leading distributors and manufacturers that are driving the industry forward. Learn from internationally renowned speakers and technical specialists at free-to-attend Conference sessions held in theatres on the Exhibition floor, featuring three Forums dedicated to Collaboration, Subsea and Knowledge.

www.aogexpo.com.au

Apr
1
Wed
MEGATRANS (Melbourne) @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Apr 1 – Apr 3 all-day

MEGATRANS
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1-3 April 2020
The future of supply chains & logistics.
Technological advancements continue to change the world as we know it, driving new thinking around automation, smart technology and the way we do business. Changing consumer behaviour and the need for responsible supply chains means that the freight and logistics industry has to adapt. MEGATRANS returns in 2020 as an important industry event, facilitating cross-industry collaboration in a multidimensional and integrated conference and exhibition for the freight and logistics industry.
For the first time, MEGATRANS2020 will take place in conjunction with the specialised bulk handling expo, Australian Bulk Handling Expo 2020.
Three dedicated trade areas Logistics & Warehousing; Sea & Rail; Road Transport
www.megatrans.com.au

May
13
Wed
Advanced Manufacturing Expo (AMX) (Sydney) @ Sydney Showground
May 13 – May 15 all-day

Advanced Manufacturing Expo (AMX)
Sydney Showground
13-15 May 2020
Introducing Advanced Manufacturing Expo (AMX), a free-to-attend exhibition and conference focused on the latest high-tech manufacturing products and advanced processes. Showcases state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies from the widest range of suppliers in one place. Explore the exhibition floor to source breakthrough products and services that will improve your business productivity and global competitiveness. Brings together expert speakers who will share valuable insights and case studies on how to transform your business operations. Whether you want to adopt advanced business models or upgrade production techniques, Advanced Manufacturing Expo has 3 days packed with sessions led by industry experts.
www.advancedmanufacturingexpo.com.au