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Earlier this year, as part of Manufacturing World Japan, organizer Reed Exhibitions Japan launched the first Advanced 3D Printing EXPO. The show attracted 66,000 people, and more than 1,500 exhibitors as part of the wider conference and has now been renewed for a second year.
To be held from 26 through 28 February 2020 near Tokyo, the 2nd Advanced 3D Printing EXPO is now open to bookings from companies seeking insight into Japan’s manufacturing industry.
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“The Advanced 3D Printing EXPO is the most revolutionary exhibition among Manufacturing World Japan,” comments Hajime Suzuki, Corporate Officer at Reed Exhibition Japan Ltd. “IDC Japan sales forecasts show that Japan’s interest in 3D printing is growing by the year, and we believe the EXPO is a great opportunity for people to witness this activity firsthand.”
“IN 2019 WE WELCOMED 66,049 VISITORS TO TOKYO BIG SIGHT EXHIBITION CENTER FOR MANUFACTURING WORLD JAPAN. IN 2020 WE WILL BE MOVING TO MAKUHARI MESSE, ONE OF THE LARGEST CONVENTION CENTERS IN JAPAN, AS WE EXPECT THIS NUMBER TO GROW EVEN MORE.”
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Chart via IDC.
Reed Exhibitions Japan was established in 1986. Two years later, it launched the first Design and Manufacturing Solution EXPO, a predecessor to Manufacturing World Japan.
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In addition to this exposition, Reed hosts over 200 other shows each year, becoming Japan’s largest trade show organizer. Each see visitors from leading Japanese corporations including Fuji Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Kawasaki Heavy...
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