International Engineering Fair - MSV 2011 - Brno, Czech Republic
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MSV 2011 is the leading multi-industry trade fair in Central Europe held annually since 1958 and a unique platform for introducing new products and technological solutions. Increased attention is focused on energy and material savings and technologies for transportation and logistics.
The Czech Republic has a long tradition in organising exhibitions and trade fairs. The 53rd International Engineering Fair MSV 2011 and the 6th International Fair for Transport and Logistics Transport and Logistics 2011 will be held from October 3 – 7, 2011 at the Brno Exhibition Centre. The Trade Fair will be divided into a large number of different sectors and numerous prominent Czech and foreign companies will be presenting their products.
- the leading industrial trade fair in Central Europe
- 1,600 exhibitors and 72,000 visitors
- a unique platform for presenting and obtaining the very latest industrial know-how
- the synergetic effects of concurrent presentation of key areas of industry in 9 specialised fields and at the Transport and Logistics trade fair
- Presentation of comprehensive system solutions going beyond the bounds of individual branches
- attendance of a large number of trade professionals and an excellent visitor structure, an international public from all branches of industry
- the majority of visitors come to the event with the intention of investing, 70 % of visitors have an influence on decision-making relating to investments, 40 % are representatives of top management
- strong media coverage - 420 accredited journalists from the Czech Republic and abroad
- a high-quality expert programme of conferences, seminars, discussion forums and workshops, networking at a high level
Nomenclature MSV 2011:
- Mining, metallurgical, ceramic and glass engineering
- Materials and components for mechanical engineering
- Drives, hydraulics and pneumatics, cooling technology and air-conditioning
- Plastics, rubber technology and chemical industry
- Traditional and nuclear power engineering, district heating plants, alternative power sources
- Heavy-current electrical engineering
- Electronics, automation and measuring technology
- Ecological technology
- Transportation, handling, industrial packing, warehousing and logistics
- Research, services, institutions
Results of MSV 2010:
- 1,601 exhibitors from 28 countries
- 37 % from abroad
- 71,347 visitors from 59 countries
Nomenclature Transport and Logistics 2011
- Traffic engineering
- Handling equipment
- Storage equipment
- Assembly machinery and devices
- Packaging materials, packaging technology
- Services for traffic
- Communication, information and control systems for logistics
- Research, engineering and design, services for logistics
The industrial market in Central Europe is growing and companies from Western Europe, but also from other parts of the world want to take advantage of new business opportunities. Traditionally, most applications arrive from Germany, especially in the fields of machine tools and materials and components for mechanical engineering.
Visitors can look forward to the largest number of machinery exhibits headed by the novelties of leading domestic and international manufacturers. This year primarily focuses on the efficiency of industrial production. New solutions for efficient use of inputs, reduced energy consumption and materials and thus increased competitiveness come to the fore. An offer of these advanced technologies is far beyond just power generation industry, but rather permeates all sectors.
This year's focus on optimizing costs and streamlined manufacturing will be complemented by the 6th International Fair for Transport and Logistics organized in parallel. Transport and Logistics offers innovative solutions for procurement, warehousing, handling, packaging and distribution of goods.