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Fastener Fair Russia to be launched in St Petersburg
After the global economic crisis, Russia’s economy has bounced back with a 4.1% increase in GDP in 2011. Due to new infrastructure projects such as the high-speed railway track from Moscow to St. Petersburg with an investment of some 23 billion US$, and with Russia hosting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games as well as the 2018 World Cup, alongside several other multi-billion US$ investments in infrastructure, the country provides excellent business opportunities for both investors and manufacturers.
“This positive economic development in Russia together with an increasing demand from companies in the fastener and fixings sector to approach this important market, made us launch a new Fastener Fair in St. Petersburg, Russia’s fastest growing industrial region” says Susanne Rauberger, Exhibition Director Fastener Fair Russia.
“The region around St. Petersburg is renowned for its automotive and shipbuilding production and as a centre for R&D, robotics, IT, metal working and the electronics industry. Fastener Fair Russia 2013, therefore, offers great business opportunities for local as well as international manufacturers, suppliers and traders of fastener and fixings technology,” explains Susanne Rauberger, on behalf of the organisers.
The exhibition profile of Fastener Fair Russia covers industrial fasteners and fixings, construction fixings, assembly and installation systems, fastener manufacturing technology as well as storage and logistics services. As a dedicated market place for the fastener and fixings sector, the exhibition provides buying and networking opportunities for distributors, suppliers, engineers and industry professionals.
For companies interested in exhibiting at this specialised industry event for Russia’s fasteners and fixings industry detailed information is now available from the Fastener Fair website at www.fastenerfair.com
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