What is M-Tech?

M-Tech (Mechanical Components & Materials Technology Expo) is an exhibition of mechanical components such as motors, bearings, screws and springs, as well as cutting, pressing and surface treatment technologies.
Every year, a large number of visitors from the design, development, prototyping, manufacturing, production engineering and purchasing departments come to the exhibition to discuss business with the exhibitors.
M-Tech is held at Tokyo and also in Nagoya and Osaka.

Exhibitor Profile

[Motion Technology]
Bearings|Shafts|Changers/Reducers|Gear Wheels|Belts|Chains

[Processing Technology & Materials]
Machining/Cutting|Pressing|Forging|Casting|Die-Casting|Fabrication Technologies

[Motor]
Motors|Drivers|Controllers

[Ultraprecision Processing & Microfabrication]
Fine/Ultraprecision Processing Technologies

[Compressors & Tube Components]
Hydraulics Equipment|Water Hydraulics Equipment|Seals|Pneumatics Equipment | Pipes|Tubes|Joints|Valves

[Surface Treatment & Modification]
Plating | Surface Coating | Surface Treatment & Modification Technologies

[Mechanical Parts & Related Products]
Hinges|Stays|Levers|Casters|Mechanical Parts & Related Products

[Fastening Technology & Mechanical Springs]
Bolts|Nuts|Washers|Rivets | Spring Forming Machines|Spring Testing Machines|Variety Springs

Visitor Profile

Experts & professionals involved in the wide range of fields related to Manufacturing Industries as followings; Design | Development | Testing | Manufacturing | Production Engineering |Purchasing | Maintenance | Quality Control Department etc...

Visitors’ Company List (expected)

AISIN AW | AMADA | BROTHER INDUSTRIES|  CANON  |  DENSO |  DMG MORI |  OKUMA | ATCO | TOYOTA AUTO BODY | KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES | KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS |  KYB  |  MITSUBISHI AIRCRAFT | NABTESCO | MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC | MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES | MURATA MACHINERY | NIDEK | RICOH | TOYOTA MOTOR | YAMAZAKI MAZAK

Exhibition brought big business chances under Covid-19

Professional Visitors Gather!

Visitors’ comments from 2020 Osaka Show (excerpts)

TOYOTA MOTOR
I think it is necessary to actually see and touch real 
things in front of you. M-Tech is taking the lead in implementing measures against Covid-19, so there’s nothing to worry about coming to the event.

SHIMADZU
I was surprised with so many visitors came here than 
we had expected It is a great benefit to be able to learn about the technology while seeing it in front of you. Nothing beats the feeling of being there and seeing everything onsite.

KONICA MINOLTA
We were surprised more and more people came all the day, and could feel that the venue was as lively as it was before Covid-19. There are some things here you just can’t do in front of a computer screen. It was great to visit the onsite exhibition.

TOMOE VALVE
I was able to find some new technologies, and I found some companies to do new business with. I’m glad I came today. I think the advantage about exhibitions is that you can actually see and touch the products and technologies.

SONY
I feel that the amount of people at the show hasn’t changed before the COVID-19 situation. I saw many visitors with high intensions were looking and touching products with a positive mindset to use for future purposes. Measures against through Covid-19 was perfect and this is nothing to worry.

HONDA MOTORS
I’ve been doing many online meetings, but it was great to see and talk to people face to face. You can get most of the information online. But it’s important to judge after seeing the real thing. That’s why I think onsite exhibitions are important.

Conference speakers’ comments from 2020 Nagoya Show (excerpts)

BOEING JAPAN
Director, Government and Corporate Affairs,
Miwa Kobayashi

A variety of methods was taken against Covid-19 in the venue. After the lecture, the staffs carefully sanitized each chair. I was surprised to see them. There was a lot to gain from seeing the product and hearing directly.

IBM JAPAN
Master Shaper, Watson IoT,
Hirofumi Isobe

For myself, it was my first in-person event in six months, and I was anxious about it. But it’s well taken care of the prevention against Covid-19, and it feels vibrant and safe. Both disinfection and thermal imaging (body temperature) were requested before the visitors entering in the exhibition hall.

SUBARU
Corporate Vice President/Vice President Aerospace Company
Chief of Engineering & Development Center,
Hiroshi Wakai

When I came to the onsite, I was deeply impressed by the busy business discussion and have got courage from it. It will make you understand the technology through your physical experience such as watching how the machine works and listening to the sound. I think the exhibition is essential to everyone.

FUJITEC
Executive Operating Officer, General Manager
of Digital Innovation HQ (CIO/CDO),
Kenji Tomooka

Manufacturing is a “object”. It’s important to be able to see the actual thing at a trade show. You can get some information online, but the advantage of onsite exhibition is that you can touch the actual thing and hear directly from the people involved.

Exhibiting drives great success!

International Exhibitors’ comments from 2020 Osaka Show (excerpts)

GOODWILL PRECISION MACHINERY
Due to the travel restrictions, we exhibited remotely this time with our staff in Japan and our agency. We received more than 40 strong inquiries, of which 4-5 companies asked for specific quotes. We were very happy with this plan that allowed us to exhibit in our home country as a substitute, which led to big sales.

HS MOTOR
We exhibited remotely with the help of our Japanese distributors and engineers. We had intensive meetings with big companies such as Kyocera, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Tsubakimoto Chain and so on. Under the influence of Covid-19, I tried many online sales channels such as Alibaba and Amazon, but exhibitions are the most efficient.

DONGYING CHANGRUI INVESTMENT CASTING
We received orders of 10,000 products in total through the exhibition. I feel almost the same with exhibiting in person. On-site interpreter can convey customer needs timely, basically solved the problems in the first time.

ZHEJIANG FLEXIBLE TECHNOLOGY
We met target customers like MURATA, Panasonic, YAMAZEN, DAIWA HOUSE, etc.
Since many exhibitions have been cancelled, remote exhibiting can not only follow old customers but also develop new customers, which is very good to develop business chances.

Japanese Exhibitors’ comments from 2020 Osaka Show (excerpts)

THK
There are Visitors come more than I imagined. Different from last year, it was too crowded to have communication with all the visitors came our booth. However, this year, we are able to have well communicated with all the visitors who are highly motivated come to on-site show under this Covid-19 influence.

YASKAWA ELECTRIC
We meet a lot of visitors who has a real interest in our products. Live event, on-site event is an important place for communication. I wish we can continue as much as possible. There is no sense of presence online event. I think the advantage of on-site event is that being able to display actual machines which is online events can’t offer.

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