Surface Finishing Mexico Holds Second Show
Mexican Association for Surface Finishing expects 2,000 visitors.
The Mexican Association for Surface Finishing (AMAS) continues to support the exponential growth of the finishing industry with its Surface Finishing Mexico (SFM) show from March 13-15 at the Queretaro Centro de Congresos in Queretaro, Mexico.
Surface Finishing Mexico is an effort to consolidate all of the surface finishing industrial sector, integrating the main players in powder coating, electrocoat, liquid painting, electroplating, pretreatment systems, water management systems, laboratory equipment and more.
“This is the only event in Mexico that brings together the main players of the whole supply chain of the plating and coating industry in one place,” says Abelardo González, president of AMAS.
Thanks to the success of the first show, SFM presents the second edition of this international event with more than 4,000 square meters of exhibition presenting the latest innovative technologies of over 16 countries from three continents, 18 technical conferences and three specialized training courses recognized worldwide.
The event is expected to receive more than 2,000 visitors in the pursuit of updated knowledge and the latest in advanced technologies.
Attendees will join more than 170 national exhibitors from industries covering the top trends at the forefront of surface finishing including sectors such as automotive, aerospace, electronic and others.
AMAS is a non-profit association that has sought to enhance the educational, innovative and business impact within the surface finishing industry in Mexico.
With over 28 percent of annual growth in the surface finishing market worldwide, free trade agreements with over 44 countries, Mexico is a growing market for industrial finishing.
For information, contact Edgar Villaseñor at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit surfacefinishingmexico.com.
Originally published in the March 2017 issue.
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