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18th BEIJING ESSEN WELDING &CUTTING sets new exhibitor and visitor records

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dvsChina's  importance  as a prospering  market for  international  joining,  cutting  and surfacing technology is growing  steadily: the BEIJING ESSEN WELDING  & CUTTING,  the leading trade fair of this industry in the Asian region, attracted more exhibitors and visitors in 2013 than ever before.  "Impressive  confirmation  of  our  strategy  to  also  anchor the  world's  leading  fair SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN held in Essen in future markets through offshoot events and to develop new sales opportunities for our exhibitors," explains the Managing Director of Messe Essen, Egon Galinnis.

At the 18th    BEIJING ESSEN  WELDING   &  CUTTING,   a total  of  945 companies  from  28 countries took the opportunity to show their latest technologies in the Chinese metropolis of Shanghai – once again 1% more than the record year of 2012. There was also growth  in the number of guests at the fair: 24,284 trade visitors from all over  the world use the fair as an information and ordering platform – over 8% more than a year ago.

The oldest foreign offshoot of the world's leading fair, SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN, which alternates every year between Beijing and Shanghai, once again offered exhibitors and visitors a comprehensive overview of the market  in 2013.  The varied offering, for which the fair yet again increased its area to over 96,000 m², ranged from ultramodern joining, cutting and surfacing technology, control systems and testing instruments to workplace equipment.

Exhibitors and visitors were extremely satisfied with the fair.  Intensive contacts,  important purchase deals  and strong  demand characterised  the  18th    BEIJING  ESSEN  WELDING   & CUTTING, as the organisers  Messe Essen, the German Welding Society  (DVS  – Deutscher Verband für Schweißen und verwandte Verfahren e.V.) and the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society report. The reception at the German Consulate, which was attended by representatives from the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce (AHK) Greater China, in addition to German exhibitors and representatives of the organisers, was rated as very successful by the roughly 90 guests.

The BEIJING ESSEN WELDING  & CUTTING  was rounded off by an informative supporting programme. International researchers, manufacturers and users from the fields of joining, cutting and surfacing technology met in six conferences, congresses and forums to share and exchange knowledge  and experience. Subjects were, for example, efficient welding technologies and automation processes.

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