Gerrit Nawracala, Project Director Metallurgy & Foundry Technologies: "The industries need their main communication platforms to present their innovations and meet their business partners. This was clearly demonstrated by the success of wire Russia, Tube Russia, Metallurgy Russia and Litmash Russia this year. Exhibitors and visitors from the fields of metallurgical technology, metal products, foundry technology, accessories and castings confirmed to us that they would like to meet again next year for personal exchanges in Moscow. Therefore, we are pleased to send a positive signal for the iron, steel and metal industry with the new exhibition date."
Despite difficult travel conditions, around 200 companies from 11 countries took part in the top Russian events for the industries in June. In addition to regional companies, exhibitors from Germany, Italy and Turkey were also strongly represented.
On display were machines, plants, equipment and solutions for the casting and processing industries as well as for metallurgical processes, machines and plants for wire production and wire processing, current technologies in the fields of tube production, tube processing and tube machining. Over 4,500 trade visitors gathered information on the comprehensive range of products and services offered by the international exhibitors during the three days of the trade fairs.
Industry giants such as Eges, Heinrich-Wagner Sinto and Inductotherm came to Moscow to meet their customers and establish new business contacts, thus making a clear commitment to the trade fairs in Russia.
The two metal trade fairs will be organized by Metal Expo/Russia, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH and its Russian subsidiary Messe Düsseldorf Moscow. The BMWi (German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the international associations CEMAFON (The European Foundry Equipment Suppliers Association) and CECOF (The European Committee of Industrial Furnace and Heating Equipment Associations) are also involved.
Source: Messe Düsseldorf