They are here again, the industry get-togethers. It was not clear whether the trade fair model would be able to build on previous successes.

To say it in advance - the exhibition principle has not lost any of its appeal as a trade fair.

The internationality of METEC deserves special mention. Visitors from numerous countries found their way to Düsseldorf, with a focus on Asia.
Another focal point is the cross-section of the industry, having discussions, getting new ideas and meeting new companies.
Many partner companies were present there and there was an exchange that you don't find anywhere else in this diversity and intensity.

What did colleagues Oliver Streich and Isabelle Callerot "take away" from the fair?

Oliver Streich:
"It was good to be able to focus more on the topic of RFID. You notice in the conversations that the need for information is high. For many, this is new territory. It was positive that we were able to explain things in different languages with our colleagues from export."

Isabelle Callerot:
"Proactively approaching people is important. This is often the first way to get into a conversation. With the presentation on RFID (Robert Brunnbauer), there was the expectation that this would also be felt at the stand. Several took the time to go into it in depth. The exchange as a team is also valuable. You see your co-workers in action, and you learn a thing or two from them."

Thank you for your visit.