Already 36% more occupied floor space at second DeburringEXPO

AMFebruary17News - DeburringEXPO
AMFebruary17News - DeburringEXPO

10 months before DeburringEXPO opens its doors for the second time, occupied net exhibition floor space has already surpassed the previous event in 2015 by 36%.

This significant growth demonstrates that the trade fair for deburring technology and precision surface finishing, taking place at the Karlsruhe Exhibition Centre from 10-12 October 2017, is already considered an established industry meeting place by industry suppliers.

The presentations held at the expert forum which accompanies DeburringEXPO will be interpreted simultaneously at the upcoming event (German – English). Trade fair promoters fairXperts are therefore doing justice to growing international requirements for know-how dealing with deburring and the production of precision surface finishes.

The range of issues which focus on deburring, rounding and the production of precision surface finishes, as well as the resultant, highly targeted customer canvassing, are advantages which are scoring high ratings for DeburringEXPO amongst suppliers of products and services from the industry sector.

The exhibitor list already includes roughly 110 companies from 10 countries, which means that the total number of exhibitors who participated at the premiere event has now been exceeded as well. “More and more attention is being focused on the issues of deburring and precision surface finishing by manufacturing companies as a result of increasing requirements for quality, process reliability and productivity, as well as growing cost pressure. And thus we’re quite pleased to be able to provide visitors with even more extensive offerings”, reported Hartmut Herdin, managing director of trade fair promoters fairXperts.

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