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Video: Euroguss Was Completely Successful
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-06-05 23:50
A total of 754 exhibitors (2018: 641) from 36 countries (2018: 33) presented the around 15,000 trade visitors (2018: 15,354) at Euroguss, which took place in Nuremberg from January 14 to 16, the latest trends in technology, innovative processes and new products along the entire value chain of die casting. In addition to the trade fair, the specialist congress took place, the 20th die-casting day, which was also very well attended.
Impressions of the Euroguss 2020
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“We are very satisfied with the Euroguss 2020. The mood was excellent on both the visitor and exhibitor sides and we received a lot of positive feedback. Above all, the quality of the trade visitors was praised,”summarizes Christopher Boss, head and international product manager of Euroguss. "All the important die-casting foundries and their suppliers were represented and showed the entire performance."
The partner associations also rate Euroguss 2020 as a complete success. “The fair has undergone fantastic development and is at an incredibly high level - despite the current uncertainty in the market. The die casters can look back on three very successful days in which they exchanged views, maintained contacts and achieved good deals, said Hartmut Fischer, chairman of the Association of German Die Castings.
Satisfied exhibitors and visitors
Of the 754 exhibitors, 56 percent came from abroad and came from a total of 36 countries. The largest share came from Europe: above all from Italy, Turkey, Spain, Austria and the Czech Republic.
The exhibitors draw a positive balance. For them, the fair is a fixed date on the calendar, because this is where the entire European world of die casting technology comes together. Peter Reuther, Managing Director at StrikoWestofen, reports positively about the participation in the measurement: “Of course we are also concerned about which trade fair is worthwhile for us, but Euroguss is an integral part of our schedule. For us it is and remains the most important die casting fair in Europe. The aisles were full, our booth was well attended and we reached our target group."
This positive trend is also reflected in the survey of trade visitors. Over 94 percent indicated that they were satisfied with the offer at Euroguss 2020. The trade visitors came mainly from the automotive industry, mechanical and plant engineering, mold making, from die casting foundries, the electrical and electronics industry, the furniture fittings industry and from energy or medical technology. The top visitor countries include Germany, Italy, Austria, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Spain and Poland.
Convincing supporting program
In addition to the fair, the 20th die-casting day took place in NCC Ost, which was again very well attended this year. The topics of the lectures were broad and were very well received by the trade visitors.
The other supporting program, such as the Speakers Corner in Hall 8, was also highly praised, according to the organizer. In the specialist forum, numerous lectures took place on the topics of additive manufacturing as well as surface technology and Industry 4.0. The Euroguss Talent Awards were also presented there. The prize is aimed at junior staff in the die-casting industry and was first awarded in 2020.