IMTMA is deeply committed to support its membership to increase competitiveness enhance efficiency improve productivity and ensure growth and prosperity. It does so with the aim to assist the membership to become cost effective technology driven and ever responsive to customers changing needs.And that is precisely why IMTMA is today recognised as the sole voice of the Indian machine tool industry - its membership constituting over 90 per cent of this strategic sector in the country.
4 subramaniam paulraj Reviewed IMTEX on 21 Mar 2019 CEO at capskillconsultants
We had a horrifying experience.at Registration counter.The slow data feeding guys were made to enter all details before printing visitors pass.Quick process is required.1 ENTER ONLY THE NAME OF PERSON, DESIGNATION AND COMPANY NAMEPRINT THE PASAND ISSUE.2. OTHER DETAILS LIKE EMAIL ID, PH NO.ETCCAN BE DONE BY 2ND BATCH OF BACK BENCH PEOPLE TO BE.SEATED BEHIND THE FRONT MAN WHO STAPLES THE VISITING CSRD WITH THE APPLICATION FORM. ENSURE ALWAYS A SMALL QUE AND FASTER PROCESSING SYSTEM.About the show:A great show.1 ndustries readying themselves for Industry 4.0 was.apparant with thedisplays show causing AI,Robotics, IOT.etc2. Accomplishment of manufacturing excellence also was observed with automation,turbine machining,intricate profile forming, productivity improvement (increased cutting parameters, more components getting accpmmodated in loading stn)and all cold be seen.S.Paulraj
5 SRINIVAS SESHGIRI NAGRAD Reviewed IMTEX on 01 Feb 2019 Proprietor at Proaktive engineering services
Future is Industry 4.0 . It is both threatening and inspiring. It is going to change Every thing. Wake up call indeed. Software is gaining upper hand!!. 3 D metal printing is here and how!!!. Indian machine tool builders have already adapted to next big wave. Robots are going to eat most operator jobs. High end technology , knowledge driven new gen skilled enterpreuners are going to change the face of manufacturing. I only wonder what's going to be the fate of manual worker and employment for millions of job seekers? Not enough jobs for so many our there .!!!! And with industry 4.0 , are we not going to put our privacy at stake?
4 Venkatesh Raju Reviewed IMTEX on 01 Feb 2019 Owner at Akshaya Jewellery Works
It was really a good experience and got to see the latest technology in the industry all under one roof good arrangements, communication, presentation etc Good for students to learn what is going around the world was available for the youth to experience all in one place and the display of machinery and it's functioning demonstration was superMore such exhibition in future will be appreciated and it will educate the youth aspirants improves technology and idea in the country and will improve the quality quantity standards in production create more job'sMainly it will bring more quality job's in the country and it will lead our country to economic growth and make us leading economic and technological leader in the world
4 KARTHIK R K Reviewed IMTEX on 01 Feb 2019 Managing Director at MAGAL MACHINE TOOLS & ACCESSORIES PVT LTD
Quality of participation was better and visitors quality was also much better in comparison to previous years.But industry per say has more expectations from exhibitors, it was visible.Food court congestion at peak hour is something to be addressed, to have spread and availability near two to three strategic locations other than food court .We spent 90 minutes in Q but did not get what was desired to eat. Only left outs were available.
4 Avtar Singh Minhas Reviewed IMTEX on 01 Feb 2019 Manager at Minhas Engineering industries Private li
It's a good and systematic approach of demonstrate the new technology and services to the enterprises and delicates of companies .just to be more effective I would love to see the organisers providing information of participants in more detail to have a clear picture of the technology displayed and there should be no communication or language barrier for the delicates all over a fantastic show much appreciated
5 v.s.sundaram Reviewed IMTEX on 11 Feb 2019 Manager at industrial design associates
must provide a shuttle bus or some other transport arrangement, from metro to show centre lot of traffic jam. those who are registered on spot very long queue open more counters like metal Asia and other foreign trade shows. since I live in Singapore for more than 24 years I like Singapore shows well arranged.
5 manoj sg Reviewed IMTEX on 01 Feb 2019 Student at KIT TIPTUR
Every thing was ultimate. I suggest students should pay for their talent, means students should get job offers placement drives etc... Cause students are the next generation engineers. Make a way to students to sculpt their life stone. Rathar than this every thing was mesmerising from entrance to exit😄
5 Srikanth Toshinwal Reviewed IMTEX on 31 Jan 2019 Proprietor at SS LOW COST AUTOMATION SPARES & SERVICES
Loved the very large scale display of industrial products at a single place. Very helpful to find new suppliers for establishing a new business. Need more number of Indian manufacturers in the exhibition. Your stall rates are too high to afford for the upcoming business people to display their products.
4 rotoflexb Reviewed IMTEX on 31 Jan 2019 Proprietor at CHETHANA PRECI PRODUCTS
PRODUCTS EXHIBITED TOP CLASS.EASY TO GO AROUNDFOOD PLAZA / FOOD COURT NEEDS ATTENTION, NO SEATING AND GETS CROWDEDCLEANLINESS NEEDS IMPROVEMENT ESPECIALLY AT THE REGISTRATION ENTRANCE.PEOPLE MANNING THE REGISTRATION COUNTERS SHOULD BE ENERGETIC AND NEAT. WE OBSERVED THESE YOUNG MEN SLEEPING IN THE COUNTERS. IT CREATES A VERY WRONG IMPRESSION.
5 Mr. RamLal Reviewed IMTEX on 01 Feb 2019 Student at Jccgj
Its an wonderful event i got more information about technology what next generation expecting about updated techonoly all their, i enjoyed and more usefull for marketing and companies can reach customer expectations, thank you for arranging this beautiful event