SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In 2013, ATX South returns to Orlando, Florida, the heart of Florida's most vibrant automation marketplace. Florida is home to more than 17,500 manufacturing establishments employing over 400,000 people. This region annually produces $253 billion in manufacturing output, requiring the annual purchase of $127 billion in materials and $7.2 billion in capital equipment.
The world's leading automation suppliers will showcase their products and technologies at ATX South. The exposition provides manufacturers with the means to stay competitive in today's global marketplace. Face-to-face marketing offers the lowest cost-per-qualified-contact and provides access to top management decision-makers and more senior titles than can otherwise be achieved. ATX South delivers decision makers from your target markets who have immediate buying needs.
ATX South benefits from strategic placement amongst the co-located events, allowing you to satisfy your automation needs, find inspiration and new perspectives, discover new suppliers and prospects, and network with industry leaders across a variety of sectors. One badge gives attendees access to all co-located expos.
About UBM Canon
UBM Canon is the leading producer of face-to-face trade events and media brands that support the flow of information, commerce, and innovation in the world's $3 trillion advanced technology-based manufacturing sector, including co-located events in Anaheim, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Chicago, IL; Orlando, FL; Charlotte, NC; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; Houston, TX; Boston, MA; Minneapolis, MN; Toronto, ON; and Montreal, QC. UBM Canon's extensive manufacturing portfolio includes events for medical design and manufacturing, packaging, process technology, design engineering, assembly and automation technology, plastics processing, quality assurance, and electronics. UBM Canon's signature strategic co-location of these events has resulted in the largest design and manufacturing events in the United States.
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