Fakuma 2015 Full house in Friedrichshafen

Editor: Barbara Schulz

Germany - Just less than five month before the trade fair opens its doors, the Friedrichshafen Exhibition Centre on Lake Constance where Germany, Austria and Switzerland meet is completely booked out all the way down to the last bit of floor space – including the foyers in the East and West entrance areas, organiser Schall reports.

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Fakuma international trade fair for plastics processing with regard to all types of plastics will be held in Friedrichshafen from 13 to 17 October 2015. The ‘plastics processing showcase’, which places second in global rankings for its sector, presents the entire process sequence beginning with R&D, right on up to mass production of plastic parts, assemblies and complete devices made of plastic with integrated functions to expert visitors from all over the world.
Fakuma international trade fair for plastics processing with regard to all types of plastics will be held in Friedrichshafen from 13 to 17 October 2015. The ‘plastics processing showcase’, which places second in global rankings for its sector, presents the entire process sequence beginning with R&D, right on up to mass production of plastic parts, assemblies and complete devices made of plastic with integrated functions to expert visitors from all over the world.
(Picture: Schall)

According to Schall, the East foyer will once again accommodate the popular and coveted exhibitor forum, for which numerous experts have already registered to deliver presentations and talks.

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Furthermore, a special show will be held in the West foyer which has been conceptualised as a “Thermoforming Island” and will provide information in a compact format concerning thermoforming technology in all of its aspects. The goal of this collective booth is to provide potential users with in-depth insights into the thermoforming process, especially in light of the fact that modern thermoforming is now approaching accuracy levels which were only recently deemed impossible.

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