MT duo Taipei

CNC Machine tool and manufacturing technology show

MT duo is a trade fair for CNC machinery and production technology and will take place in Taipei. It offers visitors from the mechanical engineering, tooling, production engineering and automation sector an excellent opportunity to present their latest products and services to an interested and trained audience. In addition, the exhibition is an excellent platform for making business contacts.

On the whole the organisers welcomed on the 4 days of the fair, from 08. May to 11. May 2014, about 258 exhibitors and 14023 visitors on the MT duo in Taipei.

The MT duo will take place on 4 days from Thursday, 05. May to Sunday, 08. May 2016 in Taipei.

QR Code MT duo Taipei
05.05.2016 - 08.05.2016*
Thursday - Sunday, 4 days
professional visitors and general public
Local time: 00:36 h (UTC +8)
Trade Show Contact:
Display e-mail address
Fair location: *
TWTC - Taipei World Trade Center
No.6, Sung-Shou Rd.
11568 Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan
Fair organizer:
Taiwan External Trade Development Council
5-7 Fl., 333 Keelung Rd., Section 1
11012 Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: +886 (0)2 27255200
Fax: +886 (0)2 27576245

Past events:
08.05.2014 - 11.05.2014

Product groups:
CNC machines, cutting machines, cutting tools, hydraulic components, industrial robots, machines parts, Metal processing machines, molds, pneumatic components, storage systems, test equipment, tools, ...
Industry sectors:
Automation, Industry, Machine Construction, Metal Processing, Metal Working, Tool Manufacturing, Tools, Warehouse Technologies, ...
Disclaimer: *
No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information. Errors and alterations excepted! Fair dates and exhibition sites are subject to change by the respective trade fair organiser.

Fair hotels for
appointment in Taipei


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Trade show suppliers
eXponat Messebau GmbH & Co. KG
90518 Nürnberg-Altdorf, Germany
Industry sectors:
Booth Builders, Exhibition Booth Builders, Exhibition Architecture