4 - 7 APRIL 2017
TUESDAY - FRIDAY
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MTA SERIES OF EVENTS
MTA VIETNAM2017
MTA VIETNAM2017

4 – 7 July 2017
Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

MTA VIETNAM is the largest and most relevant manufacturing event in the country, bringing to the local industry the latest and greatest range of manufacturing solutions available in the global marketplace.

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MTA HANOI 2017
MTA HANOI 2017

11 - 13 October 2017
International Center for Exhibition (I.C.E), Hanoi, Vietnam

Connect with the manufacturing community in North Vietnam at MTA HANOI - another well-received platform for souring and networking by the industry.

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Our logos may be displayed on printed collateral, signage, Web graphics, and used in PowerPoint presentations, or with information that make references to MTA by exhibitors and media covering the event.

The logo may be used with a recommended minimum size of no smaller than 40mm (W) x 20mm (H).

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The MTA2017 and MetrologyAsia2017 logos are owned by Singapore Exhibition Services Pte Ltd (SES). It can be reproduced only in its entirety and stand-alone format. The logo may not be combined or incorporated into any other logo and must be used as they are, unless authorised by SES, i.e. no alteration of colour, element, dimension, or type will be permitted. Please select a format which you would like to download.

 

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