International Engineering Fair
Here you will find news for trade fairs held in term of MSV.
"Technology changes the industry and life," – this phrase was heard today during the introduction to the Czech - Chinese forum on trade and investment, which was held at the International Engineering Fair, attended by Chinese Ambassador Ma Keqing and with great interest of experts. The main objective of the forum was to create an environment for the exchange of information, gaining awareness of the key segments of possible cooperation and the establishment of specific contacts between Czech and Chinese companies through B2B meetings.
Today, the Business Day of the Russian Federation took place in the Rotunda of Hall A – a traditional platform for the exchange of information and promotion of Czech-Russian business cooperation. The main organizer of the meeting, the Chamber for Economic Relations with the CIS, brings together 135 companies and business entities. Speeches at the outset of the Business Day were held by the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic Jan Mládek and the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Czech Republic Alexander Vladimirovich Zmeyevskyi; he spoke among other things about the formation of a Russian export centre that represents a new system of export support. Both have positively evaluated the cooperation between the two countries at regional level.
The Rotunda of Hall A filled to the last place was the setting for a traditional ceremony, during which six exhibitors were honoured for their exceptional exhibits. The seventh Gold medal was, as in previous years, awarded to a prominent personality of Czechoslovak industry.
Hall A1 of the Brno Exhibition Centre became China's national pavilion for the whole week. It is historically China's largest exhibition at the International Engineering Fair and a spectacular corporate presentation at European exhibitions ever. The preparation of the exhibition took six months and the main organizer - the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the International Chamber of Commerce in China (CCOIC) present more than seventy companies on an area of 3900 square meters, among them major companies from Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Zhejiang and other places.
Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic Jan Mládek has cut the ribbon and officially opened the exhibition of India, where he greeted representatives of the Indian delegation and signed the guestbook. The exhibition presents around a dozen Indian companies at the International Engineering Fair in Brno.
The International Engineering Fair has again filled the whole fairgrounds. 1700 exhibitors from 35 countries present their innovations. We have chosen 7 points of interest that you should definitely not miss when visiting the pavilions.
On Monday morning at the stroke of nine o’clock, the gates of the Brno Exhibition Centre opened for visitors for the 58th MSV. With the participation of 1700 companies from 35 countries it is the largest show in the last few years, and several interesting events took place right at the onset.
58th International Engineering Fair is awaiting visitors at the Brno Exhibition Centre from 3 to 7 October, held concurrently with the specialized IMT, FOND-EX, WELDING, PLASTEX and PROFINTECH fairs. Organizers expect it to be the biggest show of industrial sectors in the last five years. Exhibitors‘ interest in our key trade fair demonstrates the strength of the Czech economy.
The Brno Exhibition Centre is in for an extraordinarily extensive show of industrial technologies. The participation of exhibitors will be the highest since the onset of the economic crisis in 2008. Besides Czech companies – both domestic manufacturers and representatives of international brands – has also been strengthened by direct foreign participation. A total of 35 countries will be represented and one half of the 1,700 exhibitors will come from abroad. Organizers expect the Brno Exhibition Centre to be visited by at least 75 thousand professionals from various fields of industry from 3 to 7 October.
Production of machine tools and forming machines is thriving; in 2015, the European production in this sector grew by 5% and the CECIMO association estimates that this year it will keep the same pace. Priorities for further development of the sector are the digitization of manufacturing and upgrade of obsolete machine stock. More on the situation in the field will be shown by the 10th International Fair IMT, which will be launched in a couple of weeks and exhibitors already reveal the exhibits they are bringing to Brno this year.
You might be interested in
Highlights from companies MSV