Metal Show & TIB Bucharest brought innovation and tradition together
This year’s edition of the popular Romanian exhibition of the metalworking industry Metal Show and the International Technology Fair TIB took place between 14th and 17th of May 2019 in the Romexpo Exhibition Centre in Bucharest. The main motto of the joint events, which again presented the latest novelties in metalworking, industrial technologies and equipment, was “Innovation and tradition, dynamism and consistency”.
The main fields represented at Metal Show & TIB 2019 were: mechanical engineering and machine construction, metal processing, automotive engineering, energy and environmental protection, electrical engineering, electronics, automation, communications and industrial IT, chemistry and petrochemistry, naval and aeronautic industry, metallurgy and welding, transport, handling and storage, research, development and technological transfer, etc.
Among the product groups that were showcased were: bearings, cables, chemicals, CNC machines, coating machines, compressors, computer equipment, computer peripherals, control systems, electrical components, electrical equipment, forming machines, fuels, gears, grinding machines, industrial robots, instrumentation, lathes, machine tools, metals, metalworking machines, milling machines, presses, pumps, repair equipment, shafts, software industry, storage systems, telephone systems, transportation, welding systems, etc.
A real technological show
Different conferences, seminars, workshops and film screenings were part of the diversified event program. “Metal Show & TIB offered a real technological show expected by the Romanian industry and focused on the most current topics such as industry 4.0, Smart/Factory, Smart Solutions, Internet of Things, Man to Machine, Innovation and Networking.
With a total area of over 15 000 square meters the B2 pavilion in the Romexpo Exhibition Centre is the ideal place for hosting such trade fairs and international exhibitions”, the organizers said. “In 2017 we welcomed about 143 exhibitors from 15 countries and almost 6 thousand visitors at the fair which then took place from 11 to 14 October”, they added. The joint events take place annually and their forty-sixth edition will be held in May 2020 in Bucharest.
This year’s highlights
Over 180 companies from 16 countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Israel, Holland, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Spain, Turkey and Hungary) presented their latest products and technologies.
The company representatives had the opportunity to meet industry specialists, compare offers and identify new business partners.
The event program also included live demonstrations on 6 industrial lasers and over 90 operating industrial machines. Most of the exhibitors were part of the Romanian and European industries.
“We provide a platform for face-to-face interaction between sellers and buyers. The events are the best place for product releases that enable companies to identify their client’s satisfaction level. They also ensure new export opportunities and international market display. Metal Show & TIB include side events and conferences that can provide essential support in assessing the market and the upcoming tendencies”, representatives of Romexpo commented.
Photos: Euroexpo Fairs, Romexpo
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