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Fastener Fair France: The Fastener And Fixing Sector Has Its Own Appointment In France

The first edition of Fastener Fair France has recently ended. For two days, on 28 and 29 November, close to 1,500 visitors came to the show.
Most of the visitors were mainly managers (33%), heads of department (21%), buyers (16%) or engineers (11%), largely from the automotive, distribution, aerospace, mechanical engineering, hardware / DIY, agricultural machinery, maintenance / repair sectors. 

A large proportion of them worked for Distributors / Suppliers to users (31%) or Wholesalers / Suppliers to resellers (17%). Many manufacturers also attended the show (33%), as well as users (19%). 
Among them were representatives from Airbus, Renault, Restagraf, Ligier Group, Dassault, Ariane Group, Würth, Fischer, Bufab, Agrati, Arconic, Fontana, Robert Bosch, Sika France, British Steel, RATP, Henkel France, VoestAlpine, or Voith Turbo. In all, 46 countries were represented, with 36% of visitors from outside France. 

161 exhibitors from 15 countries, 53% of them from outside France - highlighting the international nature of this event - inaugurated this first French exhibition for fastener and fixing technologies. Among them, large French groups and SMEs, with a strong representation from Italian, German, Spanish, Turkish, Belgian, Dutch, English and Portuguese players. 

The feedback are very positive. The majority praised the quality of the visitors, resulting in qualified appointments, and some have already indicated their commitment to a second edition in 2020.

The first edition of Fastener Fair France has kept all its promises. These two days were punctuated by business and networking meetings, and free-to-attend events. Conferences organised by exhibitors and show partners proved popular with visitors. Highlights on wednesday included a presentation by Glomax on galvanic processes and the weakening of hydrogen, a very enlightening conference by Atotech on industrial needs and a seminar on markets by the association Prismefix emphasising the international nature of this sector. Thursday was about cold forging and assembly techniques, in a conference hosted by the company Transvalor. 

All signs are there for FASTENER FAIR FRANCE to become the international point of reference in France for the fastener and fixing industry.