EuroFasteners March 2023
A constant buzz at busy exhibition stands Lesjöfors, a frequent exhibitor at trade shows, has reported that the Scandinavian industrial event Elmia Subcontractor and Valve World Expo in Düsseldorf, Germany, in mid-November were both very successful. The company states that meeting customers and partners in person and discussing challenges and opportunities is an important key to the group’s success. To listen to the industry’s top topics helps to understand where the market is heading, so exhibiting at trade shows is something the Lesjöfors companies do on a regular basis. The Elmia Subcontractor trade show – an annual event held in Jönköping, Sweden – continues to be the largest marketing activity within the whole Lesjöfors group. At the latest show, four themes were in focus: smart industry, sustainability, competence and collaboration. Anna Haesert, the group’s sustainability manager, gave a talk on how Lesjöfors is accelerating its sustainability work. Henrik Berner, business development manager and Lesjöfors’ coordinator for Elmia Subcontractor, commented, “Elmia Subcontractor is a very important arena for the Nordic subcontractor industry – the place to demonstrate new springs and pressings, discuss solutions and the obvious hub to meet potentially new customers. Several long-term customer relationships have their origin at Elmia over the years. One of the major cases we could bring back home for further discussions this year is a multi-million case if we can find a partnership.” The exhibiting teams at Elmia and Valve World considered both shows very successful. Experienced staff from several Lesjöfors companies at both shows invited visitors to experience a wide range of spring knowledge, including products from specialised companies within the group.
Lesjöfors regularly attends trade exhibitions
The Lesjöfors heavy springs team was happy with the outcome from Valve World Expo. Bonnie Mockett, head of sales and marketing, Lesjöfors Heavy Springs Division, said, “This was our debut at Valve World and the quality of the visitors and our resulting volume of leads demonstrated it was the perfect show to launch at and represent the larger wire diameter springs across the division. New and existing customers across the onshore, offshore and subsea energy sectors engaged with us at a technical, production and commercial level and we also broadened our knowledge of the sector, especially in the constantly evolving hydrogen valves niche.” Lesjöfors AB www.lesjoforsab.com
Fastener Fair Global 2023 set for strong comeback After four years, Fastener Fair Global 2023, the 9 th international event dedicated to the fastener and fixing industry, returns to Stuttgart, Germany, from 21 to 23 March. Taiwan, India, Turkey, Netherlands, the UK, Spain and France.
predictions of growth at a steady rate (CAGR +4.5 per cent from 2022 to 2030) due to population growth, high investment in the construction sector and rising demand for industrial fasteners in the automotive and aerospace sectors, Fastener Fair Global 2023 seeks to show the innovations and companies at the forefront of this growth in the industry. An online show preview offering an overview of the innovations, technologies and systems to be presented at the event is available on the exhibition website. In preparation for their visit, attendees will be able to discover the highlights of this year’s event and select in advance the products and services they are interested in.
Ahead of the event, Liljana Goszdziewski, portfolio director for the European Fastener Fairs, commented, “After four years since the last edition, it is rewarding to be able to welcome the international fastener and fixing industry at Fastener Fair Global 2023. “The high turnout of exhibiting companies confirmed at the event reflects an eagerness for the sector to get together face to face and participate in the show to allow plenty of business networking activities and enable new sales and learning opportunities in a fast-growing market.” The global industrial fasteners market was valued at $88.43bn in 2021. With
The exhibition represents an opportunity to establish new contacts and build business relationships between suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, engineers and other industry professionals from various production and manufacturing sectors looking for fastening technologies. Taking place across halls 1, 3, 5 and 7 at the Messe Stuttgart exhibition centre, more than 850 companies have already confirmed their participation at Fastener Fair Global 2023, covering a net exhibition space of over 22,000m 2 . International firms from 44 countries will exhibit at the show, representing SMEs and large multinational companies from Germany, Italy, China,
Mack-Brooks Exhibitions www.fastenerfairglobal.com
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