In 2019 MACH-TECH and INDUSTRY DAYS will open their gates again. The goal of the trade shows is to summon and present nearly all branches of industry so that exhibitors and visitors could get first-hand information on the latest professional trends while participants can utilize industrial synergies.
The combination of MACH-TECH and INDUSTRY DAYS trade exhibitions offers the opportunity to present every segment of the industry at the same time, at the same place. It showcases almost all sectors of industry, from machine engineering, welding technology, automation and environmental protection to electronic security.
Still a highlighted theme - INDUSTRY 4.0
The event, which offers complex solutions for small, medium and large enterprises, will again feature the highlighted theme INDUSTRY 4.0, a key technological trend of our era. Our exhibitors will enjoy a special attention when presenting the opportunities offered by INDUSTRY 4.0, with particular regard to the development trends lying in automation and industrial electronics, direct (M2M) communication between smart devices, self-adjusting production processes and an extremely efficient mass production.
The 2017 event was the largest industrial event organized in Hungary in recent years, both in terms of exhibitor and visitor numbers:
425 exhibitors from 19 countries
16 800 visitors from 39 countries
Hungary’s largest industrial presentation was attended by all leading branches involved in the expansion of industrial digitalization, also known as Industry 4.0. The players of machine-tool and other industries, robot manufacturers, electronic companies, logistics suppliers and machine control providers were all present in high numbers in Budapest Fair Center.
Compared to the 2017’s event, several themes have been enhanced in terms of exhibitor number and area, thus offering a wider range of choice for the interested professionals:
At this year’s INDUSTRY DAYS, 315 exhibitors from 15 countries (including 51 foreign companies) presented their products and services covering all the themes of the exhibition, which shows a 10% increase compared to the event in 2016. The greatest industrial muster of the country was attended by 22% more visitors than in 2016 with a total of 12,227 professionals.