The expo is much more than over 300 companies from 37 countries putting their products and services on show, there are also workshops and industry focused seminars. The upcoming Industrial Autumn trade shows are held from 29 September to 1 October 2020.
The event is held in alternate years, each expo brings together an extensive group of exhibitors and business-insider visitors from all corners of the world. The next METAL and its accompanying trade shows: ALUMINUM&NONFERMET, RECYCLING, CONTROL-TECH and HEAT TREATMENT offer a unique opportunity to establish business contacts with global partners, fond new leads and strengthen companies’ position on world’s markets. The previous Kielce event hosted industry representatives from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, South Korea, Hong Kong, China, Turkey, Georgia and Serbia. The cooperation established with China Foundry Association has advanced Poland to become an important communication node and logistics liaison point for whole Eurasia. Asian companies are more and more active participants of the "Industrial Autumn" under the China Foundry Association’s umbrella.
There were also participants of the 73rd World Foundry Congress among the several thousand world experts who visited the trade fair. The expo hosted professionals, representatives of various industries and business-sectors such as foundry, machine and electromechanical, rail, shipbuilding, armaments, robotics and automation, automotive and aviation. They came to Targi Kielce from the most distant corners of the world, including Austria, Belgium, Estonia, France, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Uzbekistan, Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, Ukraine, Hungary, Belarus, Slovakia, Spain, Great Britain, the United States, Slovenia, Russia, Turkey, India, China and Japan.
The expos’ excellent standing is closely connected with positive forecasts for the whole industry. Polish foundry business facts and figures - over 460 foundries with the output of over 1.1 million tonnes of castings per year make Poland fifth place in Europe’s casting production ranking, right after Germany, France and Italy.
The upcoming 'Industrial Autumn' is held from 29 September to 1 October 2020.