The 51st International Belgrade Fair of Technique and Technical Achievements
The International Fair of Technique and Technical Achievements, the 51st one, was opened on Tuesday, May 08, at Belgrade Fair. At this oldest Belgrade Fair event, in the year when Belgrade Fair celebrates seventy years since its foundation, there were more than a thousand exhibitors from 30 countries. In addition to numerous National Exhibitions and a high quality side event professional program, more than 250 exhibitors at this event featured their technological innovations.
“Just like all fair events are important for Serbia and Belgrade, the Technical Fair is the most important regional event,” said Mr. Andjelko Trpkovic, General Manager of Belgrade Fair, at the festive opening. “We believe, it will be like this also in the future, every day will bring something new and better, just like every following fair event will be better and organized more successfully.”
“That Belgrade Fair is the initiator of the country’s industrial development,” it was confirmed also by Mr. Slobodan Milosavljevic, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, pointing out the honor of opening such an event. “Belgrade Fair is an essential institution for the development of the economy and the state and the Technical Fair is very much a necessary event.
“We mustn’t forget that we lag after the world technically / technologically, although it can be also an advantage – those who modernize as the last ones use the latest achievements and then they may become faster and more productive than the others. Serbia needs all this, all this is important for a better life and this beautiful ambient, technique and technological achievements should be seen anyway.”
FACTS AND FIGURES
• Number of Exhibitors altogether: 1050.
• Group exhibitors:
• Area net rent to exhibitors
• Total number of visitors: 35.000 visitors
At the 51st International Fair of Technique and Technical Achievements, a professional jury, operated and decided to award the Grand Prix
• NIGOS ELEKTRONIK, Nis - for the Automatic Wood Drying Operator MC – 1000 P;
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