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nowadays, because company take-overs and mergers would actually justify stagnation or even a reduction in the num- ber of exhibitors and square feet of space,” said Director Friedrich-Georg Kehrer. “Te fact that the ‘Bright World of Metals’ has such positive news to report shows that its unique position worldwide—combining different fields from foundry technology to metallurgy, thermo process technology and castings—guarantees trade fair success.” Held concurrently, GIFA, METEC, Termprocess and


Newcast 2015 will offer trade visitors and exhibitors from all over the world important synergies. Only one ticket is neces- sary to attend all four events.


GIFA First held almost 60 years ago, GIFA, 13th International


Foundry Trade Fair with Technical Forum, is the old- est among the trade fair quartet and this year will occupy 499,000 square feet of exhibit space, surpassing the record set in 1999 (497,800 sq. ft.). Regarding exhibitor numbers (801 companies), the 2015 staging is one of the most successful in the trade fair’s history. “Te phrase ‘oldie but goldie’ definitely applies to GIFA,


which has maintained an excellent level for many years and will be presenting the global players of the industry again this year,” said Friedrich-Georg Kehrer. “By now, 61% of the GIFA exhibitors come from outside


Germany,” said Project Manager Raphaela Müller. “Tis is a clear indication of GIFA’s global significance.” As in the past, Italians (113 companies) represent the


largest exhibitor contingent in 2015, followed by China with 79 participants and Great Britain with 42 companies. Egypt, Bulgaria and Singapore will be represented at GIFA 2015 for the first time. Te layout of GIFA 2015 will be divided into diecasting


and peripheral equipment in Hall 11, gating and feeding technology in Hall 12 and foundry chemistry also in Hall 12 while pattern, mold and core making as well as foundry machinery and plants will be in Halls 15 to 17. Te product range presented at GIFA 2015 will cover the


entire market for foundry plants and equipment, diecasting machinery and melting operations. In addition, measurement and testing technology, environmental protection and waste disposal will also be important topics. With its Technical Forum and the GIFA Conference, the


event will not just be an exhibition but also a high-quality lecture and conference forum. Te emphasis will be on the latest technical innovations from research.


METEC METEC, 9th International Metallurgical Trade Fair with


Congresses, is also on the road to success. With 486 exhibi- tors from 35 countries and 230,950 sq.ft. of exhibition space in Halls 3 to 7, the show is posting its best result to date. Suppliers of plant and equipment for iron making, steel mak- ing and non-ferrous metal production as well as for casting and forming molten steel and rolling and steel mills will have a particularly impressive presence at the show. A total of 64% of the exhibitors come from European countries other than


“目前,这样的成就并不能认为是理所当然的,公 司的收购和兼并都能说明发展过程中出现的停滞或者展 商数量和展览面积的减少,” 项目总监弗雷德里希-乔 格•凯尔说:“‘闪亮的金属世界’主题展会之所以能 获得如此健康的发展,表明了它在世界上独一无二的地 位——将铸造、冶金、热处理和铸件生产等不同行业结 合起来,确保了展会的成功。” GIFA、METEC、THERMPROCESS和NEWCAST 2015同期举办,将为全球的专业观众和展商带来重要 的协同效应。只需一张参观券,就可同时参观四个展 会。


国际铸造展览会


首届GIFA展于60年前举办,GIFA展是四个主题展会 中历史最久的一个。本届GIFA展即第13届德国国际铸 造展览会及技术论坛,展览面积达46,359平方米,超过 历史最高的1999年的46,247平方米。展商数量达801 家,本届GIFA展将成为历史上最成功的一届。 弗雷德里希-乔格•凯尔说:“‘古老且经典’这句 话显然适合于GIFA展,GIFA多年以来保持了很高的水 平,今年,它将再次展示全球铸造行业企业的风采。” “目前,GIFA展的国际展商占61%,”项目经理拉


斐尔•穆勒说:“这充分表明了GIFA展具有重要的国际 地位。”


与往届一样,意大利参展企业(113家)是本届展会 展商数量最多的,随后是中国参展企业(79家)和英 国(42家)。首次参展的国家有埃及、保加利亚和新 加坡。 GIFA 2015将分为几个展区,即11号馆的压铸及配套 设备展区,12号馆的浇注和进料设备以及铸造化工原辅 材料展区,模具、造型和制芯及其他铸造机设备展区位 于15-17号馆。 GIFA 2015的展示范围将涵盖铸造所需的全部设备、 压铸机械和熔炼设备。此外,测量和检测设备,环保设 备和废料处理设备也将是关注热点。


本届展会由展览会及技术论坛组成,将不仅是一届展 览会,还将举办高水平的技术研讨会。会议将重点探讨 最新的技术研究和创新成果。


国际冶金展览会


METEC,即第9届国际冶金展览会暨会议,也将迎来 成功。来自35个国家和地区的486家展商参展,展馆为 3-7号馆,展览面积达21,400平方米,本届展会达到了 历史最好。生产钢、铁和有色金属以及钢水铸造和成形


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