More than 185 exhibitors presented their newest solutions at Tehnoma 2015 in Skopje
The 41st international fair of metallurgy, electronics, energy, non-metals and construction, organized by Skopje Fair, took place from 13 to 17 October this year in the Macedonian capital.
For many years Tehnoma has been one of the most popular fairs in the country, bringing together representatives of the biggest local and foreign manufacturers from the fields of metallurgy, electrical engineering, energy, non-metals and from the building industry.
The exhibition takes place at the Skopje Fair Exhibition Ground and helps for a better relation between exhibitors and visitors from the metallurgy, building, construction, infrastructure, energy and other sectors. It provides a broad platform for technology transfer and establishing contacts between business peers and prospective partners.
Tehnoma is held annually, and its next 42nd edition will take place in October 2016 in Skopje. The first edition of the fair was in 1975.
Highlights from Tehnoma 2015
More than 185 exhibitors including 50 foreign companies as well as companies from Taiwan were presented for the first time at the fair this year. During the event a specialized Innovation and Technology Forum was organized in cooperation with the fund for innovations and technological development. Visitors wanting to start their own business had the opportunity to be informed about what is offered in support of innovation.
The exhibition program traditionally covered the following areas: ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy; metal processing industry; electrical and electronic industry; energy; non-metals, chemical and petrochemical industry; building and isolation materials; agents and equipment for civil engineering; technical and technologic innovations; equipment and technology for exploiting solar and other sources of energy; systems for fire alarm; tools and equipment for hygiene and technical protection.
Together with Tehnoma 2015 a broad range of accompanying events were held. Among them were: an energy forum; business days of the non-metal and construction industry; thematic consultations, conferences and lectures; promotions of new products; various demonstrations of machines and other equipment exhibited at the fair.
Additional attraction to Tehnoma was drawn by the exhibitions that regularly take place in the same range and period - the fair for handcrafts and small-scale industry and the exhibition of inventions - Makinova. Along with Tehnoma a Protection and Security fair was also held.
16th International Fair for Handcrafts and Small-Scale Industry
The objective to organizing the fair of handicrafts and small-scale industry as a special event of international character is to provide extensive promotion of the potential of the Republic of Macedonia regarding production and service activities of handicrafts and small-scale industry. The fair aims to be a link between the small and large-scale industry and a broad platform developing cooperation and providing opportunities for the local craftsmen and businessmen to find business perspectives outside the Republic of Macedonia.
At the 35th exhibition of inventions, technical achievements, new products and creativity of the young people Makinova 2015 over 3,000 inventions, new technical and technologic solutions, improvements and other inventions were demonstrated. More then 2,500 authors presented their ideas and inventions from all fields of technique, technology and science to the numerous visitors and specialists who attended the exposition.
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