New alloys, digitization, additive production and electromobility are currently a major concern for the die casting industry. It is therefore not surprising that a lot of research is being done in these areas. The EUROGUSS Talent Award is intended to reward outstanding theses and tomorrow's junior employees.
With 15 % more visitors and 11 % more exhibitors, CHINA DIECASTING 2019 concluded three successful days on a completely positive note. The die casting trade fair attracted some 18,671 trade visitors who learned all about the latest trends and developments from the around 450 exhibitors. The next CHINA DIECASTING will take place from 15 to 17 July 2020 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC).
The preparations for EUROGUSS 2020, which takes place at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 14 to 16 January 2020, are in full swing. We spoke to Christopher Boss, Director and International Product Manager of EUROGUSS, about the current status of planning, the highlights and evolution of the fair.
Different digitization activities enable die casting foundries to make their working processes more efficient with respect to costs and productivity. Moreover, die casting foundries can exploit the obtained data and thus open up further business fields.
The EUROGUSS trade fair family is growing: After a successful start last year in the form of an exhibitor pavilion, EUROGUSS Mexico will celebrate another premiere at the Expo Guadalajara exhibition centre from 10 to 12 November 2020.
From 24 to 26 October 2018, EUROGUSS Mexico will make its debut at Mexico's largest foundry exhibition, the Fundiexpo in Guadalajara. The extensive interest and keen participation in the pavilion mean that the entire exhibition area has already been allocated.
The 13th China International Diecasting Congress & Exhibition (CID) were held from 18th to 20th of July, 2018 at Shanghai New International Exhibition Center (SNIEC). The exhibition expanded its show space to three halls, and has achieved an all time high.