WIN 2006 will take place from 16 to 19 of March
The fair includes seven international fairs of the manufacturing industry
One of the biggest industrial fairs in Turkey WIN – World of Industry 2006 will open its doors from 16 – 19 March at the TUYAP Fair and Congress Center in Istanbul. With 7 interrelated sectors of industrial production under one roof, WIN – World of Industry focuses again on the synergies among its various trade fairs. On display are the topics automation, electrotech, machinery, materials handling, welding, chemistry and hydraulics & pneumatics. Although last year’s event saw serious numbers of attendance, WIN 2006 is set to surpass these results. In this light, more than 850 exhibitors are expected to present their products on a total space of 60,000 m2.
Organized under the same show-within-a-show concept of HANNOVER MESSE, which is leading industrial event in the world, WIN – World of Industry showcases the industrial growth and the investment opportunities in Turkey, said Turkish businessmen.
Next year’s partner country: Bulgaria
In addition to the official group presentations from China, Germany, Greece, Romania and Spain, new countries such as Belgium, Bulgaria, India, Italy and South Korea have already announced their intention to participate. Apart from the pavilions, further countries are represented by individual companies. Six official country pavilions and a total of 108 direct international exhibitors made last year’s fair an ultimate meeting place for professionals of the 7 industrial sectors of WIN. All of the international exhibitors indicated that they will participate in WIN 2006.
Following its succesful introduction in 2005, WIN – World of Industry will continue its parter country presentation. For the coming year, Bulgaria has officially confirmed its involvement with a group pavilion, as well as various other side activities. These include seminars, conferences, panel discussions and forums. This special display provides a perfect tool to access business opportunities in both countries, and at the same time to strengthen the dialogue and economic exchange between Turkey and Bulgaria.
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