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World of Industry 2008 Part I: 7 - 10 Feb Part II: 28 Feb - 2 March Print E-mail
Written by Anand   
Wednesday, 06 February 2008
Hannover/Istanbul. A total of 1,400 exhibiting companies (including 201 from abroad) are expected at WIN - World of Industry, the number 1 event in the manufacturing sector in the Eurasian region. Following the successful premiere of WIN as a two-part event in 2007 and taking place at the Tuyap Fair and Congress Center in Istanbul, Turkey, the event will once again provide a showcase for seven interrelated sectors of industrial production, thus bringing together professionals and experts from the following areas: Machinery, Welding, Surface Treatment, Materials Handling (Part 1) and Automation, Electrotechnology, Hydraulics & Pneumatics (Part 2).

The outstanding response to WIN - World of Industry 2008 - means that it attracts more exhibitors than any comparable event in Turkey and Eurasia. In the first part of the event companies from 15 countries will be showcasing their products and technology, while exhibitors from 19 countries are taking part in Part II of the event. With more than 50 companies, the official German pavilion will boast the biggest contingent of foreign exhibitors. Together with national pavilions from Spain, South Korea, the Netherlands, Italy, China and the pavilions of the German federal states of Hesse and Lower Saxony, this level of international participation will add to the dynamism of the fair as well as facilitate the establishment of valuable business contacts on the global market.

A total of 135,000 visitors from over 60 countries are expected to attend both parts of the fair (compared with 122,538 visitors from 65 countries in 2007, when 48,726 attended Part 1 and 73,812 Part 2). The increase reflects the important synergies to be derived from seven trade fairs as part of one event at the same venue. Exhibitors and visitors alike will find that participation helps to consolidate existing contacts as well as providing valuable new contacts in Turkey, the Eurasian region and beyond.

Eurasian Business Partner

This year's Business Partner for WIN Part 1 is the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia, which will have its own special pavilion housing 16 direct exhibitors. This presentation will be complemented by a seminar program that examines ways to promote Eurasian B2B, highlight investment opportunities and promote business between Turkey and North-Rhine Westphalia.  The keynote themes of these seminars are:

Part I:

Invest in Eurasia, organized by the Turkish Investment and Development Agency and the Board of Foreign Trade.

Market trends and technological developments in the fields of Machinery, Welding, Surface Treatment and Materials, organized by national and international industry associations and various government bodies.

Part II:

Invest in Eurasia, organized by the Turkish Investment and Development Agency and the Board of Foreign Trade

Market trends and technological developments in the fields of Automation, Electrotechnology and Hydraulics & Pneumatics, organized by national and international industry associations and numerous government bodies.

The Industrial Activities Summit has taken place parallel to WIN - World of Industry for many years and is now regarded as a major business forum in the Eurasian region. Its popularity is due to the opportunities it affords to exchange information and discuss the challenges of today's competitive markets and sophisticated technologies.

Over a period of eight days WIN 2008 will provide a global platform for seven key industrial sectors. Attendances at WIN have increased successively as professional visitors discover the unique opportunities for international networking, building partnerships and cooperation, sales and business development.

 
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