Manufacturing World Japan had a grand opening from June 21 at Tokyo Big Sight and a perfect closure on June 23. The show combined the mechanical components expo, industrial equipment expo, inspection equipment expo, aerospace expo and other sub exhibitions, the whole show attracted over a thousand exhibitors. Visitors mainly came from automotive, heavy industry, machinery and other industries from various countries.
Fastener World’s staff onsite witnessed the massive influx of visitors in the aisles of the show, most of whom were purchasing managers of major Japanese companies, traders, and owners of small and medium-sized factories. Some equipment manufacturers came to our booth looking for machine screws, some automotive parts manufacturers came to ask about automotive fasteners, and other parts manufacturers were looking for surface treatment service providers in Taiwan. Our exhibitor showed them printed publications and our online B2B platform and introduced potential partners to them.
Besides, a major Japanese company with long-term collaboration with Fastener World visited our booth for a photo with our staff and discussed media promotion plans and arrangement for a company tour in the second half of the year.
During the three-day show, the organizer held several lectures on topics such as next-generation automobile manufacturing, aircraft manufacturing and its carbon reduction, digital transformation of supply chains, and green transformation. In addition, the show contained an AI expo. With AI providing various API interfaces, it has become easier to implement artificial intelligence into different industries. It will be important to observe whether technologically advanced countries such as Europe, America and Japan will be among the first to introduce AI into the fastener manufacturing process in the near future. The next edition of Manufacturing World Japan will be held from June 19 to 21 next year at the same venue.