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Euroguss 2014: More successful than ever

Euroguss in Nürnberg closed on 16 January with a triple record: over 11,000 trade visitors (2012: 8,415), a good 30 % of them international, came to the 470 exhibitors (2012: 383). In short, the 10th anniversary of the International Trade Fair for Die Casting – Technology, Processes and Products was a complete success.

Euroguss in Nürnberg closed on 16 January with a triple record: over 11,000 trade visitors (2012: 8,415), a good 30 % of them international, came to the 470 exhibitors (2012: 383). In short, the 10th anniversary of the International Trade Fair for Die Casting – Technology, Processes and Products was a complete success.


That the sector of die casting in Europe is clearly growing was also reflected by the broad and attractive range of products and services for the die casting value chain. Die casting foundries, component suppliers and scientific institutions presented die castings, materials, furnaces, die casting machines, moulds, processes for finishing treatment, quality control and the latest findings from research & development.


The top-class visitors either come from die casting foundries themselves or from branches of industry that use die cast products. This is mainly the automotive industry, which uses over three-quarters of European production of die castings. Machinery and plant construction, the electrical and electronic industry and innovative branches of industry like energy and medical technology are also major customers for die cast parts.

The next Euroguss takes place in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 12-14 January 2016. For further information please visit: www.euroguss.com

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