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Even though GIFA 2015 – 13th International Foundry Trade Fair with Technical Forum is still a few weeks away, here at General Kinematics we’re already looking forward to this incredible foundry industry trade show. Held in Dusseldorf, Germany, this worldwide trade show attracts exhibitors from dozens of countries and showcases the latest industry technology.

An industrial trade show four years in the making, General Kinematics will have its own booth (Hall 17 / Stand D17) at GIFA 2015 with a team of representative and experts on-site to answer your questions and discuss your business. Additionally, get up-close and personal with a selection of General Kinematics equipment during this 2015 trade show. Visit our landing page for more information!

GIFA 2015

Why is GIFA 2015 the most important foundry industry trade show? At the last GIFA trade show in 2011, there were 780 exhibitors from 45 countries and over 48,000 people attended the event. As far as industrial trades show in 2015 go, GIFA is the event to attend for foundry industry professionals.

In a 2012 ThomasNet.com article, writer Ilya Leybovich asserts, “Trade shows present a range of valuable opportunities for companies that participate, including meeting potential customers, finding new and better ways of doing business and building a more impressive reputation within an industry.” GIFA is a nexus in the foundry industry, bringing together innovators, managers and decision-makers. This 2015 trade show empowers foundry industry personnel to learn about the latest technology, connect with colleagues, and build important business relationships.

ecoMetals Initiative

The world’s most important trade show for the foundry industry, GIFA 2015 focuses on an ecoMetals initiative. The Bright World of ecoMetals initiative promotes sustainability and hopes to inspire responsible, environmentally conscious action in trade show attendees.

A premier manufacturer of vibrating equipment, General Kinematics develops bulk processing solutions using innovative thinking and problem-solving analysis. We offer customer support and service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We’re proud to offer bulk materials processing solutions that can handle even the most difficult materials. At GIFA 2015, our team can address concerns, answer questions, and develop solutions.

While in Dusseldorf next month for GIFA 2015, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with our world-class team of experts and latest innovations. You can ensure you do not forget to visit our booth using GIFA’s MyOrganizer tool. If you would prefer to schedule an appointment with a General Kinematics representative during GIFA, contact us  to get a meeting on the calendar.

 

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