Advanced Manufacturing Expo cancelled for 2020

Tuesday, 02 June, 2020

Advanced Manufacturing Expo cancelled for 2020

The launch of the Advanced Manufacturing Expo Sydney (AMX2020), previously postponed until November due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has today officially been postponed until further notice.

After closely monitoring the evolving situation, the organiser has today announced the further postponement, after having previously postponed it until 18–20 November 2020. Instead the focus will be on working with industry on the 2021 edition of National Manufacturing Week Melbourne (11–14 May 2021).

“In line with Australian government regulations, the team at Reed Exhibitions Australia have been working closely with our customers, partners and attendees to prepare for our launch,” said the company in its press release. “During this process it has become increasingly evident that launching a new event under the current circumstances will not allow us to reach the maximum potential our industry expects for this inaugural event.”

There was no mention at this stage of plans to launch the event in the future. Instead the focus will be on delivering National Manufacturing Week in Melbourne in 2021.

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