17th FAKUMA from October 18-22, 2005 in Friedrichshafen
Fakuma 2005 - The largest Fakuma of all times
Frickenhausen, August 29, 2005. The Fakuma 2005 will be the largest Fakuma ever to have taken place. 11 trade fair halls, encompassing a total of 67,000 m2, have been completely booked. 1,471 exhibitors from 34 countries will be presenting their products. For the first time ever, the subject area of extrusion will have its own presentation platform in hall 6. More than 36,000 professionals are expected at the Fakuma. The product range on display at the Fakuma will include machines and systems, peripheral equipment, raw materials, additives, tools and moulds, automation and quality control - in other words, anything and everything related to injection moulding and extrusion. Profiting from Fakuma In times of rising raw material and energy prices, it has become increasingly important for companies that process synthetic materials, to make use of energy-saving machines and equipment, as well as of modern techniques. Given the international competition, modern technology plays an increasingly important role in assuring a continued existence for companies in high-wage countries. The themes presented at the FAKUMA can help manufacturers to increase efficiency and rate of return. Approximately a year has passed since the last trade fair; at the Fakuma their will be interesting, as well as novel, things to see. World premieres and Novelties at the Fakuma 2005 Numerous companies have already announced world premieres for the Fakuma 2005. Among the novelties presented will be two new allrounders (Arburg), a new checking device (Atlas MTT), a refined tempering device, and a new device for the removal of dust and angel hair (Pelletron). Piovan will be introducing two machines, and Robot Technology will be serving up two world premieres in the field of laser technique. Bayer Material Science, Process Control, and Single Temperiertechnik are among those displaying an enlarged and optimized product range. Besides the already mentioned novelties, several exhibitors at the Fakuma will, for the first time ever, be presenting their new and improved developments to the general public.
The Fakuma is growing. New exhibitors are continuously drawn to the reputation of the professional trade exhibition for synthetic material processing in Friedrichshafen. The trade fair thereby shows that it has attained status as an absolutely essential industry event. This year, for the first time, f.ex., the HOMAG Group and a confederation of various companies from Upper Lusatia dealing in synthetic materials processing, will be present. A theme with prospects: Extrusion The subject area of extrusion is gaining importance in the industry. Consequently, a hall was set up to accommodate for this development (Hall A6 at the East Entrance). The trade magazine EXTRUSION will through FAKUMA's multimedia ensure optimal conditions for delivering industry-relevant information and opinions. The extensive offers at the Fakuma will be complemented by the popular exhibition forum in hall 11. The Fakuma has, in spite of constant growth, kept its familiar atmosphere and good layout. This is why it still - and particularly today - offers the best premises for information and counsel about modern techniques and automation solutions, as well as standard technologies in synthetic material processing.
For further information, please contact: P. E. SCHALL GmbH Trade Fair Operations Gustav-Werner-Straße 6 D-72636 Frickenhausen Internet: www.schall-messen.de www.fakuma-messe.de Julia Maria Born, Marketing & Public Relations Phone: +49 (0)7025 / 92 06-642 Fax: +49 (0)7025 / 92 06-625 E-Mail: email@example.com Annemarie Lipp, Project Manager, Fakuma Phone.: +49 (0)7025/92 06-650 Fax: +49 (0)7025/92 06-629 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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