FEBRUARY 6 to 8, 2018
Conferences: 9 AM - 5PM
Exhibition: 1 PM - 7 PM
STUDENTS: February 8,
1 PM – 3 PM
Over 21 years
For more than two decades EXPO MANUFACTURATM has been the industry's leading platform, connecting industry-leading companies offering the latest technology and solutions for the entire production line to the entire region.
Mexico will be an major player in the manufacturing industry for the next few years, boosting Industry 4.0, with robotic machinery executing with extreme precision each process.
•You can do business with developing regions that will be attending the event - Potential buyers from Mexico and Latin America.
•Be part of the Business Meeting Program with VIP buyers
•Participe in Networking Activities on the exhibition floor.
...and so much more
•Be part of this new global + competitive and + productive scheme.
65.04% OF ATTENDEES HAVE A SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE IN DECISION-MAKING RELATED TO PRODUCT PURCHASES OR FOR CLOSING BUSINESS DEALS AT THE EXPO
Save costs and do business with visitors from different states of the republic.
Show your solutions to the international audience of different countries.
Be part of the more than 300 companies that will showcase their innovations to the industry
Generate business appointments with:
Contact more than 12,500 buyers Looking for solutions such as:
AUTOMOTIVE SPARE PARTS
Share experiences in exclusive activities for Exhibitors such as:
WHY MONTERREY IS THE SITE OF EXPO MANUFACTURA™ 2018
MONTERREY is considered one of Mexico’s most important BUSINESS, industrial and economic hubs. It is known as MEXICO’S INDUSTRIAL CAPITAL because its economy is based on the activities of Mexican and foreign companies.
According to a study conducted by Standard & Poor’s, Monterrey ranks second in its contribution to Mexico’s GDP. al.
Monterrey produces 10.9% of all goods manufactured in Mexico and has a per capital income of $15,975 U.S. dollars.
According to the Economics Secretary:
The strategic sectors are: aerospace, automotive, biotechnology, electrical appliances, specialized medical services, software, food and agriculture, nanotechnology, sustainable housing and interactive media. The process of formalizing tourism and transportation clusters is currently underway.
• In productive infrastructure, Nuevo León has 93 industrial and/or technological parks.
• Manufacturing is the main activity with exports of 25,890.8 MMD billion dollars.
• The largest subsector is transport equipment manufacturing, which accounts for 31.9% of the total, followed by the manufacture of accessories, electrical appliances and electricity generating equipment which represents 17.5%.
• Income from the national market for the supply of goods and services from manufacturing facilities had an annual rate of 16.8%, mostly from Mexico’s northern states.
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