18th Manufacturing World Osaka Ended with the Greatest Success!
By Business Wire News
By Business Wire News
Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd., the largest show organiser in Japan, announced that 18th Manufacturing World Osaka held from October 7 – 9, 2015 at INTEX Osaka, the Western Japan’s largest trade show for the manufacturing industry, ended with the greatest success with 1,063 exhibitors and 42,216 visitors from around the world.
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Reed Exhibitions Japan announces 18th Manufacturing World Osaka ended up with 1,063 exhibitors 42,216 attendees, 14% up comparing to 2014 (Photo: Business Wire)
“18th Manufacturing World Osaka has been a very successful edition with absolutely exciting atmosphere by active business meetings seen everywhere in the venue,” said Takeshi Fujiwara, the show director at Reed Exhibitions. “On behalf of Show Management, I would like to thank all the exhibitors, visitors, conference speakers and the press… and everyone who was part of it. It was a great happiness for us to record the highest figures in the number of exhibitors and visitors in its 18 years history and we will endure our efforts in providing a firm base for business and to keep attracting important professionals from all over the world.”
The number of visitors represents the sum of those visited 18th Manufacturing World Osaka and 3rd Highly-functional Material World Osaka.
- 14% increasing in exhibitors: 1,063 exhibitors (2015), comparing to 932 exhibitors (2014)
Though the number of exhibitors in 2014 was the largest in its 17-year history, 2015 show recorded the largest number of exhibitors once again increased to 1,063 exhibitors.
- Most-ever 181 international exhibitors brought in latest international trend
Largest-ever 181 exhibitors from 11 countries/regions outside Japan – China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United States and Vietnam – tapped the Japanese market.
China, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand held their own national pavilions, which made meeting spots where Asia’s most advanced technologies would create the latest international trend.
The growing globalization and the Japanese economy’s recovery lead to lively exchanges between overseas exhibitors and Japanese visitors. This trend is estimated to continue in 2016.
2016 Manufacturing World series
2016 schedule of Manufacturing World series is fixed and the next edition is coming back in April 2016 at Nagoya where is another center of Japanese manufacturing industry. “1st Manufacturing World Nagoya”, a long-awaited trade show among Japanese manufacturing industry is eventually launched in April 2016.
For exhibitors: According to the big satisfaction of exhibitors and the fact that most exhibitors have already booked their exhibit space in 2016, remaining exhibit spaces has been already very limited. If you are interested in being exhibitor, contact Show Management to secure your booth now.
2016 Show Schedule
Dates: April 19 – 21, 2016
Venue:Portmesse Nagoya, Japan
Dates: June 22 – 24, 2016
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, Japan
Dates: October 5 – 7, 2016
Venue: INTEX Osaka, Japan
Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
Kenichi Matsumoto (Mr.), Yifan Wang (Ms.), +81-3-3349-8519
Manufacturing World Show Management