WIN - World of Industry 2009
High-level visitors contribute to the fair’s number 1 position in Eurasia
WIN - World of Industry, the number one industry event of the Eurasian Region, closed its doors on March 1st with the same high-level results like the previous year. The fair continued to bring 7 interrelated sectors of industrial production together.
1.358 direct exhibitors - 659 in Phase 1 and 699 in Phase 2 - used the fair as a platform to meet existing clients and establish new contacts. This year WIN welcomed 113.992 professional visitors in two phases (Phase 1: 43.645, Phase 2: 70.347). Besides a strong interest of the domestic industrial manufacturing sector, the fair has attracted a significant number of international buyers not only from neighboring countries but also from all over Europe, the Far-Middle East and America. The number of well qualified visitors coming from following 70 countries, contributed to the high-level of internationality of the exhibition.
From 5 to 8 February, the first part welcomed exhibitors of MACHINERY’09 (14th Machine Components and Metal Working Fair), WELDING’09 (9th Joining, Welding and Cutting Technologies Fair), SURFACE TREATMENT’09 (3rd Surface Treatment Technologies Fair) and MATERIALS HANDLING’09 (8th Materials Handling and Logistics Fair) fairs.
From 26 February to 1 March, the second part consisted of OTOMASYON’09 (16th Industrial Automation Fair), ELECTROTECH’09 (10th Energy, Electric and Electronic Technologies Fair) and HYDROLIC & PNEUMATIC’09 (6th Fluid Power Technologies Fair) fairs.
Organized at the same location, the state of the art TUYAP Fair, Convention and Congress Center, both fairs were the central venues for the 7 sectors of the manufacturing industry, where the innovations, latest technologies and solutions were showcased to an international mix of audience. The net exhibition area used in both fairs was 47.546 sqm in total.
The fair hosted a total of 242 direct international exhibitors coming from 30 countries in both phases. The official German pavilions with more than 70 companies presented their products in both phases, additionally country pavilions from South Korea, Egypt and Italy as well as the international pavilions increased the dynamism of the fair by offering new business contacts in a global market.
This year, Egypt was the Eurasian Business Partner of WIN Fairs and one of the outstanding events at the fair was the Business Cooperation Days, during which the markets of Egypt, Iran and Syria and Ukraine were in focus. The buyers, related associations, officials from governmental bodies used the "Business Cooperation Days" platform to have face to face meetings with WIN exhibitors.
Industrial Activities Summit and international conferences makes the fair a perfect communication venue
The "Industrial Activities Summit" consisting of product presentations, seminars, forums and panels that were held simultaneously with the fair showcased the latest trends and technologies influencing the Eurasian and Middle Eastern markets. Over the course of four days, professional attendees had the opportunity to get highly qualified information from the specialists of the machinery, welding, surface treatment and materials handling sectors. Another highlight of the first part was the NRW Program, including a forum and matchmakings, organized by the German State of North Rhine Westphalia and German-Turkish Chamber of Commerce.
WIN Fairs are supported by 68 associations and 89 trade publications of the industry world from Turkey and abroad. Supporters from governmental bodies, associations and media underlined the significance of the fair as an important trading platform in the whole Eurasian and Middle Eastern Region.
Organized in the same concept with the world’s leading industrial fair "HANNOVER MESSE", WIN - World of Industry will be organized in two parts in 2010 as well; 1st part: 4 to 7 February 2010 and 2nd part 25 to 28 February 2010.
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