TCT Show

TCT Japan

29-31 January, 2020
SOUTH HALL 3&4,
TOKYO BIG SIGHT, JAPAN

WHY EXHIBIT?

WHY EXHIBIT?

JAPANESE MANUFACTURING FACTS AND FIGURES

52 tril

Japaense Private enterprises's Investment of amout was recorded 52 trillion yen($ 480 bn) the past high in 2018.
*Nikkei Inc. 19th June 2019

47.6 bn

Japanese 3D Printing market CAGR is expected 9.1% since 2017 to 2022. ($ 430 mil).
*IDC Japan July 2018

7/20

Japan is home of the world's largest car manufacturer, and seven of the top 20 largest automobile manufacturers in the world.
*QUICK Co., Ltd.

1,500

There are about 1,500 aircraft supplier base in Japan.
*”E!KANSAI May 2014”, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry KANSAI.

UNIQUE Audience -Only route to success in Japanese market-

The Japanese design and manufacturing industry is respected worldwide and you cannot engage with it in such quantities at any other show. How often can you get 3M, Honda, Toyota, Pioneer, Yamaha, Fujitsu and Mazda in the same building at the same time – all with a mission to improve their design-to-manufacturing process chain? In fact, 98 % of Attendees came from JAPAN. No other show delivers you this level of penetration to one of the world`s top ten manufacturing countries. -If you want to sell into Japan, "TCT Japan" is your ONLY route to success. Who Attended 2019?

WORLD Class content programe -drives world class attendance-

Content is something TCT has built its reputation on. In fact some of the most successful event organisers in the world such as the Consumer Technology Association (CES), Mesago Messe Frankfurt (Formnext) and the Manufacturing Technology Association (MACH) have asked TCT to produce additive manufacturing and 3D printing programmes for their events because the TCT brand is synonymous with worldclass speakers, content and organisation. At TCT Japan we will have a range of content pitched at all levels and types of attendee, from the first-time visitor to the expert, whatever the level of knowledge you can be sure that every attendee will have something to add to that knowledge by the end of their visit. What's on the last show 2019?

FOCUSED on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturig since 2015

Since 2015, TCT Japan(Formaly 3D Printing Japan) is the TOP Japan's events focused on additive manufacturing, 3D printing, design and engineering technology. TCT Japan will draw ever growing numbers of industry professionals together in TOKYO to address the challenges of additive manufacturing, 3D printing, design and engineering, driving greater adoption across all industry sectors resulting in a positive impact on the Japanese manufacturing industry. TCT Japan last edition attracted a record over 100 exhibitors including Stratasys, EOS, DMG MORI, TUMPF, Autdesk, Materialize, formlabs, Carbon, Markforged, AddUP from 10 countriesregions to the 4,734 square meter show floor and welcomed over 43,500 visitors from over 20 countiries/region to the group of shows. 

PERFECT Location -TOKYO-

TCT Japan it the ONLY Additive Manufacturing show which held in the Tokyo region is Japan’s leading industrial center, with a highly diversified manufacturing base. Heavy industries are concentrated in Chiba, Kawasaki, and Yokohama, while Tokyo City is strongly inclined toward light industry a number of significant research and development facilities in automotive, pharmaceutical, telecommunication and materials research. Tokyo Big Sight offers easy access not only from central Tokyo and all other regions of Japan, but from around the world as well. Tokyo Big Sight is close to major airports, only about 60 minutes from Narita InternationalAirport and about 25 minutes from Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport) by airport bus.The airport’s growing number of international flights are making Tokyo even much more convenient.