The share of international exhibitors at productronica, which takes place in Munich from November 12 – 15, has increased again. For the first time ever, Estonia, Morocco, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic will have joint exhibition stands at the fair.
So far, the number of international exhibitors that have registered for productronica is 10 percent higher than it was at this point in 2011. The number of joint exhibition stands representing various countries is also up: For the first time ever, Estonia, Morocco, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic have registered joint stands. Including France, Great Britain, Japan, Austria and Hungary, so far nine countries will have national pavilions at the fair.
Christian Rocke, Exhibition Director of productronica, comments: "The share of international companies and national pavilions underscores productronica's position as the most important industry gathering in the world. The combination of innovations and pioneering developments for the future is of key importance to domestic and international companies alike."
Besides international pavilions, there will also be joint exhibition stands from Germany, i.e. from Bayern Innovativ, IHK Dresden and IHK Potsdam.
As in 2011, the German Ministry of Economics and Technology will also have a joint exhibition stand at the fair where new, innovative companies can present their products and technologies to a broad-based audience of professionals on some 160 square meters of exhibition space.
International has a worldwide business network. The Group also takes a pioneering role as regards sustainability: It is the first trade-fair company to be awarded energy-efficiency certification from the technical inspection authorities TÜV SÜD.