Two-day event will feature conference sessions, presentations addressing challenges facing firms
TORONTO—The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is teaming up with a pair of Quebec manufacturing industry associations to present a three-in-one trade show in Montreal in April.
According to the SME, it will team up with Sous-Traitance Industrielle Quebec (STIQ) and Regroupement des Equipementiers en Automatisation Industrielle (REAI) to host the Advanced Manufacturing Expo and the Plant Management and Design Engineering and Contract Manufacturing Shows April 23 and 24 at Place Bonaventure in Montreal.
“This collaborative effort between our associations is to demonstrate to manufacturing companies in Quebec that there are solutions to their production requirements right here in their own backyard,” SME marketing manager Merry Dang said in a statement.
“Whether companies are interested in constructing their own solutions or looking for contract manufacturers to bring their products to market, there are numerous companies that have the product knowledge to fulfill these orders.”
According to the SME, the event will feature conference sessions and presentations addressing the challenges facing manufacturers, including global competitiveness.
To register for the show or learn more log on to the Fabrication Quebec website.