At IMTEX in Bangalore from 20th to 26th of January 2011, DMG/Mori Seiki India will be trend setting with numerous live cutting technologies and machining solutions. Gildemeister and Mori Seiki combined their activities in India as of 1 April, 2010. The DMG/Mori Seiki India in Bangalore is responsible for the complete service and support of the entire product portfolios of both manufacturers.This is the first IMTEX since establishing the new business collaboration between DMG from Germany and Mori Seiki from Japan. To celebrate the new co-operation, DMG/Mori Seiki India is hosting a joint booth featuring 15 new machine models to be displayed on 500 sq.m in Hall 3A (Booth B101) Ã¢â‚¬â€œ among them are five India premieres. Highlights include the scaled model of the XXL machining centre series DMU 600 P Ã¢â‚¬â€œ with this 5-axis universal milling centre, Deckel Maho Pfronten enters into the market of large component production, in the sectors automotive tool making, energy, machine tool industry and aerospace. With the debut of Mori Seiki's X-Class Ã¢â‚¬â€œ three Japanese India Premieres at IMTEX will demonstrate the high level of reliability by a design reflecting customer feedback. During the show, the DMG/Mori Seiki team is proud to present a scaled model of the new Technology Centre Bangalore scheduled to open in May 2011 and illustrate the new technological and corporate set-up to support machine tool customers' requirements.Gildemeister and Mori Seiki are the leading manufacturers worldwide of cutting machine tools. Both groups are expanding their presence in the fast growing Indian market by jointly investing in a new technology centre with a large showroom. Scheduled to open in May 2011, this technology centre is spread across 8,000 sq.m and is located in Peenya, Bangalore.