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The seventeenth edition of South East Asia's largest exhibition 'IMTEX 2015 and Tooltech 2015' organized by the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) concluded at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre on a high note.

Held from 22 to 28 January, IMTEX 2015 showcased evolving technologies, facilitated joint ventures and geared-up skilled manpower to meet industry demands. True to its grandeur, the best manufacturing solutions from across the globe, and potential future metal cutting technologies were on display at IMTEX 2015.

Outline of the Exhibition

Number of Exhibitors 1032
Net Exhibit Space 48,000 sq.mts. gross
Participating Countries / Regions 24 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Serbia and Montenegro, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, The Netherlands, UK and USA.
Group Participation Eight country pavilions: China, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Taiwan and USA.
International Associations Nine Associations:
  • Association of Engineering Technology (SST)
  • China Machine Tool & Tool Builders’ Association (CMTBA)
  • European Committee for Cooperation of the Machine Tool Industries (CECIMO)
  • German Tool Builders’ Association (VDW)
  • Japan Machine Tool Builders’ Association (JMTBA)
  • Korea Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (KOMMA)
  • Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association of Spain (AFM)
  • Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI)
  • The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)

Business Generated during IMTEX 2015
Total Orders Booked and Enquiries Generated during IMTEX 2015
Orders Value (Rs. Cr) 1434
Enquiries Value (Rs. Cr) 15690



Visitor Analysis

Total Number of Visitors 89,000

Visitors Purpose of Visit to IMTEX 2015

IMTEX 2015 was well attended by around 89,000 visitors from 62 countries (including India) and served to heighten the general sense of excitement.

Industry Representation

  • 18% of the visitors represented Automotive Sector
  • 14% from Auto Components
  • 6% from Defence Equipment
  • 3% from Aerospace