The four metallurgy trade fairs GIFA, METEC, THERMPROCESS and NEWCAST are coming closer and closer and it is apparent that the events from 16th to 20th June 2015 with the motto “The Bright World of Metals” will once again be providing a complete picture of the international market.
Registration has been excellent, so that the number of exhibitors and space bookings are at a similarly high level to four years ago – in spite of a number of mergers in the industry. Now that all the companies registered received their confirmations at the end of November, GIFA will be covering almost 43,000 m2. METEC will also be its usual large size at 20,800 m2. THERMPROCESS has grown somewhat to a size of 10,100 m2. At the present time, NEWCAST is still slightly below the level reached at the previous event. Almost 6,000 m2 had, however, already been booked by the end of November.
All four of the trade fairs are the key events in their industry and will have an extremely international focus. They concentrate on metals and the complex, innovative methods used to process them. All in all, almost 2,000 exhibitors will be presenting the latest technology and cutting-edge innovations in 12 halls on the Düsseldorf exhibition site.
The heat really is on at the THERMPROCESS in Halls 9 and 10: industrial furnaces, industrial heat treatment plants and thermal processes are the main features of the exhibits there.
A broad insight into the latest developments in the heat engineering field will be given by the additional events that will be taking place at the trade fair. At the THERMPROCESS Symposium, for example, experts hold discussions about technical innovations relating to heat treatment and modern energy engineering plant concepts. The Symposium is organised by the VDMA thermprocess technology trade association. The emphasis at the FOGI Special Show organised by Forschungsgemeinschaft Industrieofenbau e.V. (FOGI) is on the heating, smelting and casting of metals, heating technology as well as the heat and surface treatment of metal, ceramics and glass.
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