April 8, 2011 - McLean, Va. . . . AMT-The Association For Manufacturing Technology announces the return of its USA Pavilion at FEIMAFE 2011. This pavilion will feature the best of American innovation, and the latest technology developments in demand from a number of industrial sectors. FEIMAFE 2011 takes place May 23-28 at Anhembi Park Exhibition Hall in São Paulo, Brazil.
Featuring 19 U.S. exhibitors, the pavilion will feature the kind of technology that will increase productivity and lower cost for a range of manufacturing operations. The technology featured includes grinding, waterjet cutting, tooling, turning & milling, forming, and more.
The innovations brought to these technologies can give many manufacturing firms a competitive edge, whether they specialize in automotive, aerospace, medical, white goods, or other important industry segments. You will find the kind of niche technologies that you won’t see anywhere else, as well as the best processes and solutions for competing in a global economy.
“With the immense growth of Brazil’s industrial economy in recent years, AMT is thrilled to bring the best of U.S. manufacturing technology to this event,” said Mario Winterstein, Business
Development Director at AMT. “Not only will buyers find the best in technology to improve their productivity, but American exhibitors will also build relationships with new customers that will grow for years to come.”
The AMT/USA Pavilion is also featuring the Emerging Technology Center, a special section devoted to game-changing technologies related to the industry. These include cloud computing, the MTConnect communications standard, micro manufacturing and nanotechnology, and additive manufacturing.
AMT also produces the biennial International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), the next of which takes place September 10-15, 2012.
AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology
Founded in 1902 as the National Machine Tool Builders' Association, AMT supports and promotes the U.S. manufacturing technology industry. The association provides U.S. builders of manufacturing systems with the latest information on technical developments, trade and marketing opportunities, and economic issues. It also gathers and disseminates information about world markets, promotes its members' products in those markets, and acts as a representative on manufacturing technology matters to governments and trade organizations throughout the world.
AMT Director – Communications