AMW Melbourne 2023

Book a Stand

Space Only is defined as

– Bare floor ready for your unique plans

Shell Scheme is defined as

– Walling: Side and rear walls as required, or a small walled structure on an island stand
– Signage: choice of two options (overhead fascia or free-standing column)
– Flooring: Carpet Tiles (grey)
– Lighting: spotlights on walls or fascia
– 1 x 240V Power Point

Additional Package Inclusions for all exhibitors
– Comprehensive Online Exhibitor Manual
– Visitor Information Tracker
– Company Listing in Official Visitor Guide Catalogue
– Water and Compressed Air Connection (bookings essential)
– Electricity Consumption
– Exhibitor Information Pack
– Lunch for Exhibitors during Move-in
– Swarf Bins
– Provision and Removal of Cutting Fluids (bookings essential)
– Stand Cleaning
– Meeting Room Facilities (bookings essential)
– Fork Lifts (up to 10 tonne)
– Testing and tagging of appliances and accessories to meet venue requirements
– Exhibitor Lounge access

Since 2000, AMTIL has operated Austech, Australia’s premier advanced manufacturing and machine tool exhibition. The 2022 event will see Australian Manufacturing Week co-located side by side with Austech, with the two exhibitions taking place from 8-11 March 2022 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).

The launch of Australian Manufacturing Week followed the decision by Reed Exhibitions to cease the operation of its National Manufacturing Week (NMW) exhibition, held in co-location with Austech for the last 20 years. The discontinuation of NMW was seen as an opportunity for AMTIL to widen the scope of its events portfolio and develop an industry exhibition that showcases the full extent and diversity of manufacturing in Australia today, and the technologies, processes and innovations shaping its future.

AMTIL’s aim is for Australian Manufacturing Week to be more than just an exhibition, instead serving as the centrepiece of a week-long celebration of manufacturing in Australia today. Alongside Australian Manufacturing Week and Austech, a variety of additional events will also be taking place, including UNLIMIT3D and the Future Solutions Stage, which will host presentations around Research, New Technology, and Women in Manufacturing.

AMW is the natural new home for companies that have had an interest in, or exhibited at National Manufacturing Week.

For the latest AMW/Austech Exhibitor Terms and Conditions click here

Proudly owned by AMTIL, and incorporating Austech, Australian Manufacturing Week is the largest event focused on all aspects of engineering and manufacturing being held in Australia in 2022.

Capitalise on a targeted audience delivered to your AMW stand.

  • Capture the attention of new prospects ready to do business
  • Meet with customers ready to give you their time and attention
  • Inform the market of your new products and services.

Industry exhibitions and trade shows are a great way to promote your business and its products and services, but they can also be a serious commitment in terms of time and money. Here’s a list of reasons why they can be worth the investment.

  1. Get in front of a targeted audience. Trade shows and exhibitions usually attract the key decision-makers from an entire industry. For example, Australian Manufacturing Week 2022 (AMW 2022), to be held in Melbourne next March, will bring together business owners, CEOs, general managers and more from across Australian manufacturing. And they’re there with an intention to buy. There are few better ways to reach your target market.
  2. Generate new leads. Having a stand at an exhibition like AMW2022 is a great way to meet and engage new prospects who are ready to give you their time and attention. They may not buy anything at the show itself, but by establishing relationships with these potential customers, you lay the ground for future sales.
  3. Enhance existing customer relationships. As well as new business, trade shows are a fantastic opportunity to catch up with your existing clients, find out about their ongoing needs, and talk about how you can help. It’s highly likely most of your customers would visit a major industry event like AMW. And if you’re not there, maybe they’ll go talk to your competitors instead.
  4. Sell, sell, sell. Of course at the end of the day, the goal for any business is to make sales. And while that’s not the only reason to exhibit at a show like AMW, it’s a pretty big one. Plus, while it’s great to have an eyecatching exhibit displaying your latest products, you’ll really get people’s attention if those products have a few ‘SOLD’ signs.
  5. Pit yourself against the competition. It goes without saying that if you don’t exhibit at a trade show, your competitors certainly will. The flipside is that by taking a stand, you set yourself alongside your rivals, and if you get it right… set yourself apart. There’s no better way to outshine the opposition.
  6. Educate the market. An exhibition stand is a great way to foster awareness of your latest products and services. If you’ve got a new product, there’s no better occasion for a launch event to roll it out. Exhibitions are also great opportunities to demonstrate technically complex products, so prospective buyers can see it up close and find out what it can do for them.
  7. Stay up to date. There are lots of intangible benefits to exhibiting at a show like AMW, such as the opportunity to get more of a sense of what’s going on in the industry right now. You might use it to investigate new distribution channels. You might gather intelligence on what your competitors are doing. You should get a strong sense of the mood of the market. And so on…
  8. Break into a new market. Any industry exhibition will usually be dominated by established players in that particular sector. AMW will feature all the big names in manufacturing, for example. But if you’re targeting new industry segments, trade shows are also a great way for you to announce yourself. With the right approach, you can really make your business one of the stars of the show.
  9. Show what you can do. It’s not just your products and services that are on show at an event like AMW; it’s your entire business. Potential customers often aren’t just looking to buy this thing or that thing – they’re looking for suppliers they can rely on. Having a stand is a platform for your team to demonstrate they have the expertise and the aptitudes customers are looking for.
  10. Be part of something bigger. The biggest trade shows are often more than just a big hall full of products for visitors to buy. AMW aims to be a week-long celebration of Australia’s manufacturing industry. By signing up to take part, you align your brand with that industry. It’s hard to put a value on something like that. But for the price of a stand, it could be a great deal.

Australian Manufacturing Week provides you with a chance to present your products and services to some of Australia’s most influential customers. AMTIL prides itself on the high calibre of visitors that it attracts to its events. Key decision makers such as company owners, directors and general managers make up a large portion of the total visitor numbers to recent AMTIL exhibitions. It is anticipated that visitors from the following industries will attend Australian Manufacturing Week 2022.

General Engineering/Manufacturing
Machinery & Equipment
Materials Handling & Warehousing
Metalworking & Tooling
METS (Mining Equipment, Technology & Services)
Plastics & Rubber Manufacturing
Process Control & Instrumentation
Research & Development
Sheet Metal Working
Wood Products/Pulp/Paper

Exhibitors who have booked space at the Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW) exhibition in Melbourne March 2022 are already benefiting from significant exposure as a result of pre-show marketing activity by AMTIL, the event’s organisers.

Riding on the coat tails of AMTIL’s ongoing promotion of AMW is just one of the advantages of locking in a stand early for next year’s exhibition. The sooner you get your stand locked in and announce it to your target markets, the quicker you can start putting yourself in the box seat to develop great early interest in your company’s presence at the event.

It’s never too early to start publicising your participation in a major industry event such as AMW. And when your promotional work is doubled up with the marketing being undertaken by the event organisers, it has a multiplier effect, and starts to create a real buzz of expectation throughout the industry. At AMTIL we are already starting to see that effect, and the earlier you book, the bigger the benefit.

Booking your stand and being part of the pre-show publicity has several benefits:

  • It encourages visitors to put you on their list of companies to see.
  • It provides a reason for sales contact and a timeframe for response.
  • It helps pre-sell prospects.
  • It helps to differentiate your company and the products that you’ll be launching at AMW, as well as allowing you to showcase new features and applications that you will be able to demonstrate on your stand.
  • It enhances existing client relationships and loyalty.
  • It generates the prospect of editorial coverage. Industry magazines such as AMT will be running extensive coverage of AMW between now and the start of the show, with the opportunity for you to get you company’s story out there.
  • It generates enthusiasm and anticipation for the event.
  • It increases market awareness for your company.

AMTIL will also be providing all exhibitors with an array of promotional tools to help them publicise their presence at AMW. Exhibitors can:

  • Use it in their email signatures.
  • Add it to their website.
  • Reach out to contacts via email and let them know they’ll be at AMW.
  • Send a letter inviting customers and prospects to visit the stand at AMW.

The AMW website features a full directory listing all the organisations who have signed up to exhibit at the show. Companies can upload a wealth of information on their exhibitor listing, including contact details, company profiles and product info, social media links, and more. The ‘WHO’S EXHIBITING’ link on the website is already creating quite a buzz among prospective exhibitors, as they check to see which of their competition is already on board for the expo.

The inaugural edition of Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW) will take place at Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from 8-11 March 2022.

For more information on exhibiting at AMW, please contact Anne Samuelsson, Head of Sales at AMTIL on 0400 115 525 or at

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