MetalForm Mexico will be exhibiting at MetalForm Mexico May 11-13 2010.

PMA Mexico is the leading source for information, education, and networking to improve your precision metalforming business and advance the industry. PMA has nearly 1,200 member companies in North America, including Mexico, that manufacture precision metal parts and assemblies and supply products and services to the industry. PMA provides seminars, training resources, and management information data designed specifically to meet the needs of metalforming companies. PMA publishes MetalForming magazine twice a year in Spanish for distribution in Mexico, in addition to the 12 copies per year published in English, for global distribution. MetalForming magazine provides useful and valuable technical information for metal stamping and fabricating companies.

Top executives and professionals in the metalforming industry viewed the latest advancements in press and forming technologies, assembly automation and value-added services at METALFORM Mexico—Mexico’s only focused metal stamping and fabricating exposition and conference. Held September 25-27, 2007, at the Cintermex in Monterrey, the fourth edition of METALFORM Mexico featured 179 exhibitors offering equipment and services designed to help companies improve productivity and efficiency. More than 2,000 attendees visited the trade show, marking a nearly 40 percent surge in attendance compared to the last Monterrey event.

On hand at the opening ceremonies: Bill Gaskin, president of the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA), which sponsors METALFORM; Professor Ma. Gabriela Dib, Undersecretary of Industry and Commerce of the State; and Geoffrey Bogard, the consul of commercial subjects of the United States.

Complementing the exhibits was the Educational Conference, where 130 engineers and production personnel learned the latest information related to forming technologies and equipment, tool and die design and build, and materials and coil processing. In attendance were some of the biggest names in metalforming, including employees from Robert Bosch, Estampadas Magna, Denso Mexico, Industrias Rheem and Polaroid. Conference attendance surpassed all expectations, doubling the number of participants from last year’s sessions.

The highlight of the conference was a 3-hr. detailed presentation on tool and die problem solving, attended by 108 people. At the conclusion of the presentation, attendees acknowledged the importance of sharing knowledge and best practices.

METALFORM Mexico alternates each year between Mexico City and Monterrey, effectively covering the entire Mexican metalforming market. The show is sponsored by the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA), the full-service trade association representing the $91-billion metalforming industry of North America, and co-organized by Trade Show Consulting (TSC), which has been producing shows in Mexico since 1992. For more information about PMA de Mexico, visit