International Machine Tools Exhibition
The largest Central European trade show of industrial technology brought together 1,256 exhibiting companies from forty-one countries. Compared to last year's season, the number of participants increased by 20 percent and the extent of the expo grew by three exhibition halls, with exhibitors' displays occupying a total of eight exhibition halls. Over 52,000 visitors came in to see the MSV International Engineering Fair's offerings over the four days, a 50 percent increase over last year.
French-Czech Forum at MSV sought solutions for reducing energy demand and sustainable industrial development
Representatives of Czech and French companies discussed at the forum the impact of rising energy prices on their business and presented innovations in energy savings. This inspiring meeting was organised by the French-Czech Chamber of Commerce (FCCC) in cooperation with the Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic (SPČR).
The French region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes has become this year's MSV partner thanks to the cooperation with the French-Czech Chamber of Commerce. It is an important and promising region with more than eight million inhabitants and the second highest GDP in France.
The Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic at its Assembly Awarded Successful Companies and Industry Personalities
The International Engineering Fair in Brno is one of the most important European trade fair events in the sector, where the Assembly of the Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic annually hands awards to successful companies and industry personalities.
The Czech National Exposition is nowadays an integral part of the MSV International Engineering Fair, which is traditionally held in Brno. The opening ceremony was attended by distinguished guests who accepted the invitation.
The Digital Factory 2.0 is part of the MSV International Engineering Fair. Its third season occupies a record-breaking area in Hall F this year, giving visitors the opportunity to learn about products of more than forty companies operating in the world of digital industry.
The MSV International Engineering Fair is opening its 63rd season at the Brno Exhibition Centre today. Leading companies across all sectors of engineering will present their offer in eight exhibition halls. All people interested in the latest industrial technologies and innovations are welcome.
A number of exhibitors will focus on energy efficiency at their stands. Solutions will be presented that allow to significantly reduce the consumption of energy as well as material resources.
This year's novelty is the launch of the msvdigital.cz portal, which enables additional presentation of exhibitors through virtual showrooms.