Automation Business Forum 2006 postponed to 2007

Friday, 11 August, 2006


Diversified Exhibitions Australia (formerly AES), the leading exhibition organiser for the automation/manufacturing industry in Australia, recently announced the postponement of the Automation Business Forum 2006. The forum was to be an exclusive new business matching event set to take place in Melbourne for one day only on 16 October, 2006.

Diversified Exhibitions Australia said they had very positive feedback from exhibitors and visitors, but due to time limitations the forum was rescheduled for 2007. The delay will allow more time for the automation/manufacturing industry to partake in the event.

The forum model is very successful in Europe and has also gained favour in North America in recent years. Diversified Exhibitions Australia says it is looking forward to pioneering this new event in Australia next year and expects it to be a sell-out success.

For further enquires regarding the Automation Business Forum or Manufacturing Technology InFocus please contact Paul Edwards, Exhibition Sales Executive on 03 9261 4530 or e-mail pedwards@divexhibitions.com.au.

For further information on Manufacturing Technology InFocus visit www.mtechexpo.com.au.

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