Christchurch plays host to well over 110 engineering and machine technology companies showcasing the latest technology, products and services at SouthMACH 13.
In the early 1900’s they were the workplaces that changed the world: giant factories, towering steel, ear-splitting noise, oil and dirt and hard-graft, the huge machines of industry that swallowed lines of men whole each morning and spat them out at the end of each day.
In the long evolutionary journey from stone and bronze and iron, industry, engineering and manufacturing has played a pivotal role in humankind’s progress – laying tracks across the land, building new towns, cities and machines, making things better, cheaper, more efficient.
But the hard physical graft is being replaced with digital intelligence, old methods of doing things, refined to develop new ways of creating things competitively. Innovation rules as the manufacturing and engineering sector continues on a progressive, expansive and epic journey.
And included in this development of technological innovation is a trade show in Christchurch which provides those concerned with the latest information on manufacturing and advanced engineering technology trends. SouthMACH 13 to be held at the CBS Arena on 29 and 30 May is showcasing the very best technology for the engineering and manufacturing sectors.
It’s all about automation, industrial & mechanical engineering, machinery and technology, workshops, factories, warehouses, welding, fabrication, industrial hazard management, maintenance, sheet metal, composites…and it’s also about computers, protecting intellectual property, 3D design and 3D printing, fast prototyping, speed to market, digital processing, industrial design, robotics, aviation, analysis, research and telecommunications.
In short SouthMACH 13 is an overview of the latest technology, products and services available to the engineering and manufacturing sector today and offers visitors the opportunity to procure new equipment and services in an informative environment.
SouthMACH 13 is organised by HAYLEYMEDIA, publishers of the respected New Zealand Engineering News Magazine. The team is relentless in their pursuit to produce an excellent show for the people they know are helping drive New Zealand’s future.
Christchurch has always been the centre of innovation for industry from the Hamilton jet to Tait Electronics and numerous other world renowned companies. It makes sense to hold a show of this calibre in Canterbury where the industry makes up well over a third of all manufacturing or engineering businesses in New Zealand.
SouthMACH is the trade show for the sector and a great place to check out the competition, network with suppliers and see all the latest trends.
Visit www.southmach.co.nz to register for the event today.
Attendance is free.