Building on the success of UBM Canon's Design & Manufacturing events in the U.S. and Toronto, the latest technological advances are now coming to Québec with Design & Manufacturing Montréal.
Accelerate Your Project to Completion
See up close and in person the latest technologies, products and services for your industry, including computer-aided design and manufacturing, rapid prototyping, engineering, electronic components, production and automation machinery, lasers, motors and drives, packaging, materials, quality systems, enterprise IT, a full range of contract services, and much more.
Find the Answers You Need
Talk with suppliers who understand your industry. Get hands on. Bring your specifications and your challenges. Compare products and purchasing options first-hand to ensure that you are making the best decisions. Ask the tough questions and find the answers you need.
Announcing Québec's Premier Event for the Advanced Design and Manufacturing Marketplace
Montréal is the largest city in the province of Québec and the second largest city in all of Canada. The province of Québec is a major center of manufacturing, with a gross domestic product of $301 billion. Seventy-two percent of international exports shipped to the U.S. Québec offers a strategic location between Europe and the Americas and is within a 600 mile radius of Boston, New York, Washington, and Detroit. UBM Canon is pleased to announce the comprehensive 2012 co-located event lineup to serve this active marketplace.
Montreal Market at a Glance
About UBM Canon:
Founded in 1978, UBM Canon is the leading B-to-B event producer, publisher, and digital media company for the world’s $3 trillion advanced, technology-based manufacturing industry. We produce national and international trade events and conferences annually, connecting thousands of exhibiting suppliers with tens of thousands of OEM buyers from around the globe.
Co-located Shows: ATX Montreal, Design & Manufacturing Montreal, Expoplast, PTX Montreal, Aerocon, Contract Manufacturing Expo, Sustainability in Manufacturing