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Materials Handling Eurasia WIN
Istanbul, Turkey - March 21st - 24th
Exhibition / trade show

Eurasia's No. 1 manufacturing industry exhibition WIN Fairs Part 1 and Part 2, organized by Hannover Messe Bileşim Fuarcılık in February and March have been highly welcomed by the industrialists bringing 7 locomotive sectors of manufacturing industry together. Visited by many professionals from around the country and abroad, the exhibition also gained revival to the economy.

The exhibition brought the sectors of "Industrial Automation", "Electrotech", "Hydraulic & Pneumatic" and "Materials Handling" together under one roof attended by the largest companies of the sectors. As being a mirror of the market, the show's success coming through the participation of these leading companies and the significant increase in attendance of highly qualified national and visitors, showed that all the industries that use manufacturing technologies are booming. Fikret Dalkıran, Chairman of AKDER supported this with his own sentences after the show "While we never had the workload to require us to be present at the stand area in the national exhibitions and exhibitions abroad we've attended to this day, we could never leave our stand in the WIN Exhibition this year. We were on our stand every day, every hour, due to the high number of visitors. Leading exhibitions like WIN Fairs have a very important place in the growth of industry and commerce. This is because everybody is looking for new technologies and innovations."

Besides national exhibitors among which were leading companies, exhibitors from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, South Korea, India, the Netherlands, England, Iran, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Jordan and Greece displayed their products and technologies at the exhibition. Germany, Bulgaria, China, Italy and Taiwan also took place with their national pavilions.

Industrial Activities Summit and "Robots and Automation Symposium" provided an efficient platform for know-how transfer

The Industrial Activities Summit organized within the scope of the exhibition hosted many conferences and panel discussions. The "Robots and Automation Symposium" organized on the first day of the exhibition by German VDMA Association drew considerable interest within the scope of the summit that attracted great attention.

The exhibition visited by 75.669 people from around the country and abroad was substantiated in 30.754 square meters net with the attendance of 1.744 companies in total. 51 industry related visitors from small, medium and large companies in Anatolia visited the exhibition with buses from 27 cities. The exhibitors of the show also stated their satisfaction with their extension to Anatolia through WIN Fairs.

March 21st - 24th

TUYAP Fair Convention and Congress Centre, Buyukcekmece, Istanbul.

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