Want a live trade show? Let’s go to Toronto for advanced manufacturing
The end-to-end event connects the advanced design and manufacturing engineering community for in-person networking and deal making for the first time in eighteen months.
Advanced Design and Manufacturing (ADM) Toronto, Canada’s leading end-to-end conference and exhibition that explores the latest trends and technological advancements in the design and manufacturing industries, today announced its return in person to Toronto with support from partners keys to the industry:
- Media Annex
- Chemical Industry Association of Canada, Plastics Division
- PAC – Packaging Consortium
- PEMA – Association of Processing Equipment Manufacturers
Scheduled November 9-11 at the Toronto Congress Center, the 2021 edition of ADM features five renowned event brands – PackEX, PLAST-EX, Automation Technology Exhibition (ATX), Powder and Bulk Solids, and Design and manufacture (D&M). Strategically designed to deliver an all-in-one experience, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the latest trends and technologies shaping the future of advanced design and manufacturing through automation, robotics, energy efficiency, packaging, plastics, processing, etc.
“The power of face-to-face connection plays an undeniable role in the advancement of the industry and has been sorely missed over the past eighteen months,” said Jenny McCall, Director of Group Events, ADM, Informa Markets. “We couldn’t be more excited to reconnect the industry in person next November in Canada’s epicenter of innovation and advance the manufacturing industry, a sector that accounts for 10% of the country’s GDP. This event is strategically held in Toronto, as it is home to a selection of the world’s leading manufacturers of injection molds and tools, suppliers of metal powders for additive manufacturing and emerging R&D in machining technology. innovators will roam ADM’s corridors in search of new offerings and peer-to-peer connections. ”
Designed to connect 250 brands with thousands of buyers, the event will bring the community together for the first time since the end of in-person meetings more than eighteen months ago. Major industry exhibitors include Absolute Haitian, CAM Packaging Systems, Carlo Gavazzi Canada, Cog-Veyor Systems, Creaform, Firing Industries, Flexlink Systems, IKO Thompson Bearing Canada, Jenike & Johanson, Kongskilde Industries, KUKA Robotics Canada, Multivac Canada, PlexPack Corporation, Proax Technologies, Reiser Canada, SMC Corp, VC999 Canada and Vortex.
Also serving as a platform for international business relations, the event follows the opening of the borders of the United States and Canada to international travel. As As of August 9, American and Canadian travelers vaccinated with documented proof of vaccination are allowed to travel abroad.
Further laying the groundwork for a successful face-to-face rally, Canada is now one of the world’s leading countries in immunization, with 71% of their population having received at least one dose of the vaccine and 62% of the population having been fully vaccinated by August 13.
Registration for visitors is open. Register here.