parts2clean 2014 already growing strongly
12th parts2clean meeting with strong demand for stand space, both by German exhibitors and from abroad -- Added value from parallel staging of O&S and other trade fairsNeuffen, )
“Four weeks after our participation in parts2clean 2013, we already have a number of excellent business deals in the making and soon to be closed. The previous year’s fair went very well for us, but the total number of valuable business contacts we made this time is even higher,” reports Gerhard Koblenzer, Managing Director of LPW Reinigungssysteme. Similarly positive feedback about post-show business could be heard from many other parts2clean 2013 exhibitors. This is certainly one reason why at the start of December, two-thirds of the available exhibition space has already been firmly booked. The exhibitor lineup already includes virtually all the market and technology leaders in each of the areas covered: systems, processes and process media, and their conditioning for degreasing, cleaning, deburring and pretreating of components, parts hoppers and workpiece containers; cleanroom technology; corrosion protection; conservation and packaging; contract cleaning services; quality assurance, test methods and analysis procedures. As a cross-industry and cross-materials showcase, the most recent parts2clean attracted some 4,982 trade professionals to Stuttgart – nearly 14 percent more than in 2012. These visitors hailed from a total of 49 European, American and Asian countries. Fully 90 percent of the visiting trade professionals are involved in purchasing and procurement for their organizations. No wonder exhibitors boast of such good post-fair business.
Parallel implementation with O&S raises attraction
Another reason for the high interest in stand space, according to Olaf Daebler, parts2clean General Manager for Deutsche Messe, is the parallel staging alongside O&S, the flagship trade fair for surface treatments and coatings. “Decorative and functional coatings play a significant role in all industrial sectors today, and properly cleaned surfaces are key to the quality of these coatings, whatever the processes used,” explains Daebler. “That is why nearly every visitor to O&S is also a potential customer for parts2clean exhibitors, which opens up new market opportunities for these companies.” This is also true for the two other trade fairs being held together with parts2clean and O&S in 2014 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Center: LASYS, the flagship trade fair for laser materials processing, exhibits the full spectrum of laser technology for every industrial application and type of material. Here too, clean surfaces are often of mission-critical importance. For some of the international audience at AUTOMOTIVE Expo – a combination of five trade shows aimed at the automotive sector – cleaning is also a key manufacturing process.
Bilingual technical forum – Cleaning expertise for added value
parts2clean draws users from around the globe not only as an information and purchasing platform, but also as a source of specialized know-how. They gain valuable expertise from the bilingual forum with simultaneous interpretation (German<>English) of presentations covering every aspect of industrial components and surface cleaning. Record participation of 2,181 attendees at parts2clean 2013 showed that international demand for cleaning expertise continues to be very high.
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