INTERNATIONAL METAL TECHNOLOGY INDONESIA (IMT) postponed to 18 – 20 March 2021
In light of the covid-19 pandemic situation, PT Pelita Promo Internusa (PPI) has decided on the postponement of International Metal Technology Indonesia (IMT) Indonesia. Earlier scheduled to take place from the 14 to 16 October 2020, the exhibition will now be held on from 18 - 20 March 2021 at the Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran Indonesia, Hall C
Based on the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health of Indonesia, safe distancing still has to be widely implemented across the country and proactively observed by businesses. This situation may likely extend for a few more months for Indonesia’s combat against the pandemic to stabilize and safety levels are at a controllable level for companies to operate optimally.
International Metal Technology Indonesia (IMT) Indonesia is a new industrial exhibition dedicated towards encouraging trade exchange between global, regional as well as local metal industry players. Focused on the need to bring in advanced metal processing, foundry, casting technologies, fabrication and metallurgy solutions required by competitive domestic players.
The exhibitions will continue to serve as a valued platform that bring quality solutions from international and local industry leaders and are set to continue equipping industry decision makers and trade professionals with informed selection on technologies to spur Indonesia’s metal industry development.
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