To gain maximum benefits from your participation, special activities with a wealth of knowledge and skill trainings will be available for Vietnamese manufacturers.
“Welding Competition,” supported by Vietnam-German Technology Transfer and Training Center (HwC), will encourage welders to see the importance of upgrading and improving their skills, which will, in turn, help manufacturers improve their competitiveness among Vietnamese industries. The competition consists of theory and practice exams, come find out who will be the best welder!
Excellence in metalworking will be competed in the Spin Top Competition or “Koma Taisen in Hanoi 2017.” The renowned competition will seek the best spin top makers whose craftsmanship will be put to test against rivals. Winners will continue to compete in a tournament to fame and bigger career opportunities.
The 4.0 era presents both challenges and opportunities for engineers across Vietnam. This is the perfect time to start your journey to becoming more successful at “Engineer Master Class.” On a topic of “The Journey of a Successful Business,” you will learn from the best in the industry, acquire new skills, and be prepared to step up the ladder in your career path.
“VME Forum” by VAMI or Vietnamese Association of Mechanical Industry (VAMI) will be organized on a topic of “New Technological Applications in Manufacturing Mechanical Products.” Engineers and related industrialists will benefit from this exceptional education program by strengthening skills and gaining new knowledge and know-hows.
An activity called “Shows in Show” is a guided tour for participants who want to discover the best of technologies and solutions. The tour will lead you on a path of discovery at which location you will be earning points to redeem a cool souvenirs. So, it’s both fun and enlightening. Don’t miss!
Remark: The Organizer reserves the right to adjust program and speaker list without prior notice. (As of Mar 7, 2017)
“Vietnam Manufacturing Expo” is open to trade visitors only. Please dress in business attire. Those wearing shorts and/or sandals and minors under the age of 15 will not be permitted into the exhibition hall. The organizer reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone without cause or explanation.