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METAL Expo: where the West meets the East

METAL Expo has been an excellent knowledge acquisition and exchange platform, the best place to find out about the latest foundry technologies. Within the years METAL Expo became one of the two most important industry events in Europe.

The events cluster is held in the Kielce exhibition and congress centre under the banner of the 'Industrial Autumn'. The expo is much more than over 300 companies from 28 countries putting their products and services on show, there are also workshops and industry focused seminars. Companies from Belgium, Belarus, France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine have been a part of the Kielce expo for years and thus the event has advanced to become the bridge between east and west. METAL is where global-scale business contacts are established. The expo agenda includes a plethora of numerous seminars, conferences and training sessions. Kielce foundry business meetings have always featured innovative technologies and provided the opportunity to meet and talk to numerous, top-specialists from Poland and abroad.

The previous Targi Kielce Industrial Autumn goes down in history as the record-breaking event. 2018's "Industrial Autumn” was a record-breaking event as it attracted close to 4.000 business insiders - representatives of various industries: foundry and casting, machine and electromechanical, rail, shipbuilding, armaments, robotics and automation, automotive and aviation industry. The several thousand experts from around the world were participants of the 73rd World Foundry Congress who also joined the Kielce event. For years, Targi Kielce has enjoyed the support of important, foreign foundry organizations and important media. Until now METAL expo and its accompanying trade fairs have been supported by China Foundry Association (CFA), Belarusian Association of Foundrymen and Metallurgists, Italian Foundry Suppliers' Association Amafond, and the Polish STOP - Technical Association of Polish Foundrymen.

Presence of the whole array of top-class companies, business-insider customers, well-targeted expo audience, B2B and match-making meetings, conferences, seminars, numerous foreign guests including top-class experts and a whole array of important accompanying and fringe events - this is what contributes to the expo success!

This year, further to the announcement regarding epidemiological status introduction in Poland and many other countries, International Fair of Technologies for Foundry METAL, originally scheduled from 29 September to 1 October will be postponed for two weeks and thus held from 14 to 16 October 2020.

News No: 9270
Date: 2020/04/29 - 16:35
News Source: Argus Media

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