Tuesday, 15 October 2019
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interlift 2019: All signs set for growth

With 574 exhibitors, 21,260 visitors and 44,000 m² of occupied space, the last interlift was the largest to date. It will probably lose this status very soon…

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More exhibitors than ever have registered for the interlift 2019 so far. (Photo: © AFAG)

Everything currently points to further growth of the world’s leading trade fair for lift technology. More than 400 registrations from 39 countries 9 months before the start of the interlift – the project management has never had so many exhibitors under contract at such an early stage.

Networked manufacturing has also long since found its way into the components branch. Digitally controlled and guided processes and continued further networking have greatly changed both production and maintenance in recent years, and no end to this development is in sight.

Italy, China and Korea are planning joint participations

All company processes will be affected by digitalisation: beginning with the customer interface and continuing with plant maintenance according to actual requirements instead of at time intervals. This trend will of course also be reflected at the interlift 2019 in corresponding exhibitor offers and also in the lectures in the interlift forum.

A total of approx. 2000 m² of exhibition space is being reserved for the large participations from Italy, China, and now also Korea. Half of this has been reserved alone by the Italian Anica lift association for its members. In 2017, approximately 100 Italian lift companies were represented at the interlift, and Italy still remains the largest exhibitor nation after Germany.

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