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Newcast North American Exhibitors


T e 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 mak- ing as well as foundry machinery and plants will be in Halls 15 to 17. T e product range presented at


GIFA 2015 will cover the entire market for metalcasting plants and equipment, diecasting machinery and melting operations. In addition, measurement and testing technology, environmental protection and waste disposal also will 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. T e emphasis will be on the latest technical innovations from research.


METEC METEC, the ninth Interna-


tional Metallurgical Trade Fair with Congresses, also is on the road to success. With 486 exhibitors 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 equip- ment for iron making, steel making and non-ferrous metal production as well as for casting and forming mol- ten steel and rolling and steel mills will have a particularly impressive presence at the show. A total of 64% of the exhibitors come from Euro-


Exhibitor ............................................................................ City/Town, Country .............. Hall / Stand Mexican Foundry Society Sociedad Mexicana de Fundidores .................. Mexico City ........................ 14 F11 American Foundry Society, Inc. ................................................. Schaumburg, Ill., U.S. ........................ 14 F48 Applied Process, Inc. ..................................................................... Livonia, Mich., U.S. ........................ 14 B04 Kangyue Technologies LLC 115 E. Ogden Avenue ....................... Naperville, Ill., U.S. ........................ 14 B01 Waupaca Foundry, Inc.


................................................................. Waupaca, Wis., U.S. ....................... 14 A03


pean countries other than Germany or from overseas.


Thermprocess At Thermprocess 2015, 11th


International Trade Fair and Symposium for Thermo Process Technology, industry leaders such as Inductotherm, LOI Thermprocess, ABP Induction, SMS/Siemag and Otto Junker have booked consider- ably more square footage this year. About 300 exhibitors in Halls 9 and 10 have reserved over 110,860 sq. ft.


of exhibition space. At the Thermprocess Sympo-


sium, experts will address technical innovations relating to heat treat- ment and modern energy engineer- ing plant concepts. The emphasis at the FOGI Special Show organized by Forschungsgemeinschaft Indus- trieofenbau e.V. (FOGI) will be on the heating, smelting and casting of metals, heating technology and the heat and surface treatment of metal, ceramics and glass.


ecoMetals Campaign Reduction of energy consump-


GIFA will be divided among Halls 11, 12, 15, 16 and 17.


tion and resource input is vital in the energy-intensive industries covered by GIFA, METEC, T ermprocess and Newcast 2015. With the eco- Metals campaign, Messe Düsseldorf highlights exhibitors who strongly focus on energy saving in production, make effi cient use of materials and resources, to a large extent use renew- able energy sources and optimize their technology to minimize energy consumption and resource input. Guided highlight tours (in Eng- lish and German) to the ecoMetals participants will be off ered during the four trade fairs. ■


AFS BOOTHS TO FEATURE UNIQUE PROGRAMMING AFS and its magazines will have a presence at


GIFA and Newcast this year through three separate booths. In Hall 15, the Society will be exhibiting with its biggest booth at this show to date. The large booth will serve multiple purposes—provide techni- cal resources for purchase, deliver short technical presentations for free, and serve as a hospitality spot for North American attendees. AFS will have various textbooks and reference


materials on hand for purchase, as well as a compre- hensive inventory of electronic articles and papers that can be purchased and downloaded at the booth. The short technical presentations will run throughout the


show in the booth’s mini-theater. A schedule will be posted at the booth. In Newcast, Hall 14, AFS will be displaying North American Castings in Excellence. Past Casting of the Year winners will be on display to illustrate the capabili- ties and advancements of the North American met- alcasting industry. AFS’s Modern Casting magazine also is present- ing a booth in Hall 13 with its Global Casting Magazine partners Foundry Planet.com and the China Foundry Association. Here, the international digital magazine will host daily events honoring various countries featured in the publication. ■


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