FABTECH brings a wealth of innovation and technology solutions to Chicago, IL November 9-12, 2015. The four day show will cover 550,000+ net square feet of floor space throughout the North Building, Halls B1, B2 and Hall C1, and South Building, Halls A1 and A2 at McCormick Place. More than 40,000 attendees and over 1,500 exhibiting companies are expected to gather once again celebrating metal manufacturing at its best. The event also provides learning opportunities beyond the show floor with over 100 educational sessions and expert-led presentations covering the latest trends and technology in the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing industries.
FABTECH 2015 Location
2301 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60616
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FABTECH 2014 Recap
The recently concluded event brought an abundance of new technologies, prominent speakers along with record breaking attendance. Read the full story here.
Registration is now open for FABTECH 2015, November 9-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place. This year’s event is expected to be one of the best ever with more than 1,500 exhibitors and an expanded show floor with 650,000 net sq. ft. of innovation. Experience action-packed exhibits, top-notch education and invaluable networking. … More
The US has a strong and proud reputation as a nation of innovators and producers. Despite fluctuatinggrowth numbers, polls show that Americans still believe the manufacturing industry is incredibly important to maintain a strong national economy. But manufacturers – especially small manufacturers – face a number of challenges that threaten … More
At FABTECH, we are always looking for opportunities to keep our readers up-to-date on the latest advancements in the manufacturing industry. But even with the best technology, workplace safety still remains a crucial aspect of business success. The following is a guest blog post from writer Paul Thomas. Paul is a … More
New research has been published by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute this week regarding manufacturing in the United States. The two parallel studies, The Skills Gap in U.S. Manufacturing: 2015 and Beyond and Overwhelming Support: Public Opinions on the Manufacturing Industry, observe and reflect on the fact that the skills … More
A new report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) predicts that the next decade will see “more robots where factory works used to be.” The research, released today, shows that a cheaper and more efficient robotic workforce will cut manufacturing costs for corporations in the U.S. and around the world. Here … More