The 8th edition of the India Machine Tools Show (IMTOS) attracted footfalls in large numbers with over 45000 visitors attending the specialised trade fair.
The Indian Machine Tools Show (IMTOS) 2019 is a one stop platform for all your machine tool needs. Held every two years in India, the event offers a boost to local players.
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South East Asia’s biggest exhibition for machine tools – IMTEX was recently held in Bengaluru, India. MM International visited the show and picked up six of the most impressive technologies showcased at the trade fair.
MM International interacted with representatives from numerous machine tool associations around the globe to understand their perspective on the growing Indian machine tool industry. Read on to find out more...