International Engineering Fair
Continuation of successful projects
Since 2008, MSV organizers have been emphasizing the visibility of one foreign country, which became the official partner of the year. A series of accompanying events takes place on this occasion and exhibitors from the featured country may benefit from increased publicity and attention they receive during the fair. In 2008, Germany has become the first partner country, followed by Slovakia a year later, and by Austria last year. The concept proved successful and brought the desired effect for foreign exhibitors from those countries, therefore this year the project continues with Poland – the MSV 2011partner country.
The official exhibition of Polish companies in the Hall V will focus on industrial design. A Czech - Polish economic forum and other accompanying events will take place on this occasion. Poland is a major trading partner of the Czech Republic, almost a dozen of Polish companies are presented at MSV each year and their offer at the fair is surveyed by nearly five hundred Polish trade visitors who come to see it.
Among other successful projects, Transfer of Technology and Innovation continues with exhibitions of universities and scientific research capacities offered to industrial companies. Also the Packaging Live project will be repeated – an exemplary packaging line which demonstrates the connection of high technology by different suppliers in live operation.
The patronage of the fair is granted by the Confederation of Industry and Transport of the Czech Republic and the Chamber of Commerce of the Czech Republic. The trade fair organizers cooperate closely with the leading professional associations in the Czech Republic and abroad, such as SST, ElA, ZSP SR etc. The Transport and Logistics fair is organized under the expert guarantee of the Czech Logistics Association, The Forwarding and Logistics Union and the Association of Czech Railway Industry.
The deadline for submitting applications to participate under favourable price conditions expires on 30 April 2011.