Founded in 1916, Schlatter has since then developed from single-plant engineers to system suppliers of resistance welding and weaving machinery. Based on its many years of independent development and automation expertise in production systems, the company produces technically mature and cost-effective solutions for its numerous customers.
The 14th Metallurgy Litmash, Tube Russia, Aluminium / Non-Ferrous 2014 follows on from the successful event held in June 2013. 3 to 6 June 2014 will see the trade fair being staged again at the Moscow fair grounds Expocentre.
The trade fair trio confirms once more its leading function as the most important trade and contact platform for the metallurgical and tube sectors in Russia and its neighbouring states. The quality metal and tube processing and finishing range offered at this year’s event attracted a total of 330 exhibitors and 10,850 visitors from 51 countries to Moscow; of the visitors 95% were trade visitors and 68% came from top and middle management. The amount of foundry technology visitors increased considerably over the previous year.
As the worlds leading trade fair for the tube and pipe industry, Tube Düsseldorf has been a constant in the trade fair calendar since 1988. Find out more about the segment which is facing the biggest challenges and opportunities with energy and environmental engineering: The plastic tube market.
Over the last 60 years plastic pipes have been introduced in a wide variety of applications and have even become market leaders in numerous segments. One major reason for this success has been their high potential for innovation. Plastic piping systems have been used successfully in industry and in plant engineering and are increasingly replacing conventional materials.