10/11/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Tech Trends: SOUTHTEC 2019 Sneak Peek

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Attendees at SOUTHTEC 2019 will have the change to discover latest technologies and services to help them grow their businesses from Open Mind Technologies AG, Hexagon Production Software, Mazak Corporation and Rego-Fix.

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Right on the heels of K 2019 comes SOUTHTEC 2019! The top southeast manufacturing trade show is Oct. 22 – 24 this year at the Greenville Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina. This show is sure to draw manufacturing suppliers, distributors and equipment builders not just from North America, but from around the world. Attendees will not only have the change to hear about industry trends and forecasts, but will also discover latest technologies and services to help them grow their businesses.

Here are some of the companies that will bring those latest technologies by exhibiting their products at the show!

 

 

 

 

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