GLOBAL INDUSTRIE expands its scope

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GLOBAL INDUSTRIE expands its scope
GLOBAL INDUSTRIE expands its scope

GLOBAL INDUSTRIE 2020 edition is back in Paris (31st March – 3rd April) with 2.500 exhibitors in a 100.000 m2  exhibition area. It will also feature Golden Tech, a keynote competition aimed at the recognition and acknowledgement of the best professionals in 17 positions in different industrial sectors. The event is characterized by: GENIUS, a collective creative test conducted before the show, WORKS, a technical individual test taking place throughout the exhibition, and lastly QUIZ, a speed test.

Easier navigation for visitors

GLOBAL INDUSTRIE has extended its scope to encompass twenty major industrial fields spanning over the entire value chain and industrial ecosystem: Smart Tech, Robotics, Electronics, Metal-removal machine tools and peripherals, tooling, Factory equipment and industrial supplies, Measuring and Control, Industrial fasteners, Assembly and installation, Welding, Industrial IT, Sheet metal, tubes, wires and sections, Material treatment, Woods, technical textiles & other materials, Machining, screw cutting and special machines, Semi-finished products, Additive and 3D manufacturing, Forging and Casting, Plastics, Rubber and Composites, Services. 
Moreover, the new structure and its more readily understandable division into sectors will facilitate navigation for visitors and make their visit more time efficient.

Posted on October 30, 2019 - (61 views)
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