A trend to joint stands
The interlift 2017 is fast approaching. The proportion of new exhibitors is unusually high among the 350 registrations received up to mid January.
In addition there are companies, which had not exhibited at one or more fairs but are returning now – a total of more than 50 exhibitors so far. At present the Project Management of the interlift is expecting about 150 companies to be exhibiting at joint stands in Augsburg.
This alternative form of exhibiting offers in particular smaller companies the great advantage of being able to concentrate purely and simply on the presentation of their products, without bothering about all the organisation and administrative details.
Special offers from Lufthansa and German Rail
As in the past we expect the largest joint participations to come from China and Italy, but the Leipzig Chamber of Commerce and Industry will also be presenting a number of ambitious smaller enterprises at the interlift.
For the first time Spanish component manufacturers are also considering the possibilities of a cooperative stand. One new exhibitor will be Turkish Machinery, a Turkish trade association that represents the export interests of their many members.
For the first time exhibitors and visitors of the interlift, who use Lufthansa or German Rail, can enjoy special prices from these two carriers. More information can be found on the interlift homepage at www.interlift.de/travel-accommodation
VFA-Forum interlift 2017
The VFA-Interlift e.V. has already received a large amount of suggestions for lectures from German and foreign presenters. Until Monday, 17th April exhibitors and visitors can take the opportunity to send in their suggestions for a lecture of about 20 minutes to the international elevator expert audience.
The most popular topics and standards, new products and services, international markets, and the latest topics are "Megacities, living spaces for the future”, "The elevator as an architectural style element”, "Smart elevators 4.0”, and work safety and certification as keys to encouragement of new skilled workers.