LOS ANGELES, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time, UBM Canon is bringing its successful series of advanced manufacturing events to Texas March 14-15 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. This new resource for manufacturers will feature regional editions of several long-standing successful expositions, including Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Texas, TexasPack, Design & Manufacturing Texas, Automation Technology Expo (ATX) Texas, Quality Expo, Contract Manufacturing Expo, Sustainability in Manufacturing, and AeroCon.
Manufacturers in the region can look forward to meeting with experts from 550 of the nation's leading suppliers. On display will be the very latest technologies, equipment, materials, and services for every aspect of the manufacturing process – from initial R&D, through production and processing, to final end-product packaging. Solutions and ideas for all manufacturing industries will be showcased, from aerospace, food and beverage, chemical, medical, industrial, printing, transportation, computer and electronics, instruments, and more.
Running alongside the exposition are two comprehensive educational programs. The MD&M Texas Conference is a two-day program packed with invaluable insights for driving growth and delivering successful medical device products to market. The Quality Expo Conference–Optimizing Quality Management– offers two days of new techniques and practical training on the fundamentals of quality management.
For more details or to register, visit www.CanonTexasShows.com.
About UBM Canon
UBM Canon is the leading producer of 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 the medical device, packaging, design engineering, process technology, automated assembly, electronics, quality control, and plastics processing segments. The company is part of UBM plc (UBM.L) a global provider of media and information services for professional B2B communities and markets.
SOURCE UBM Canon