Fastener and fixing community looks forward to Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2015
Fastener Fair Stuttgart covers all aspects of the fastener and fixing industry and is primarily aimed at retailers and manufacturers. The show offers the following products and services: Industrial fasteners and fixings, construction fixings, assembly and installation systems, fastener manufacturing technology, storage, distribution and factory equipment as well as information services.
The target audience consists mainly of wholesalers, dealers, suppliers and manufacturers. For these industry professionals the trade fair is a key marketplace to source products and solutions, to build new and maintain existing business partnerships, exchange expertise and learn about the latest industry trends.
Bigger than ever, Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2015 covers a net floor space of 18,000 square metres, in four exhibition halls of the Stuttgart Messe Trade Fair Centre. Some 800 exhibitors from 40 countries will present their latest technical developments as well as conventional systems from all areas of fastener and fixing technology. Major European exhibitor countries next to Germany are Italy, Great Britain, Turkey, the Netherlands and Spain. Asian exhibitors mainly come from Taiwan, China, India and South Korea.
A visitor brochure with useful information and an up-to-date exhibitor list will soon be published and can be ordered via the show website www.fastenerfair.com/stuttgart.
Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2015 will be held in halls 4, 6, 8 and C2 at the Stuttgart Messe Trade Fair Centre. Opening hours are from Tuesday, 10 March 2015 to Thursday, 12 March 2015, from 9am to 5.30pm. Tickets cost €25 when registering online and €35 on-site.
Companies that would still like to exhibit at Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2015 can request further information about participation through the exhibition website: www.fastenerfair.com/stuttgart
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