PCIM Europe 2014 ended with an increase in visitor numbers

Date
05/24/2014

Categories:
Collaboration, Government & Industry, Manufacturing & Assembly

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PCIM Europe has come to an end with a positive outcome. Approximately 8,000 visitors have come to Nuremberg to inform themselves about new products and services during the past three days. In total 391 exhibitors and 97 representig companies presented an extensive range of products and services to the trade visitors on an area of 20,000 square metres. At the conference, which took place in parallel to the exhibition, over 700 participants caught up with the latest perspectives and developments of Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management sectors.

Figures at a glance
Exhibition space: 20,000qm
Exhibitors: 391 and 97 represented companies
Visitors: 8,006
Conference delegates: 710

Some exhibitors's comments:
"It is certainly an efficient marketplace where catching up with legacy customers and meeting new prospects is an exercise in convenience. Our staff relishes the annual challenge of preparing and presenting our showcase. Their great enthusiasm is contagious, making encounters at our booth such an enjoyable and rewarding experience for visitors. All players on the market are fortunate to have this platform in the heart of Europe."
Eckart Seitter, Vincotech

"Great show with a lot of valuable meetings. We will be definitely exhibiting again at the PCIM Europe 2015."
Erik Rehmann, GvA Leistungselektronik

"We are participating for the first time at the show. Highly-qualified trade visitors are the proof of high quality. We made a right decision."
Oliver Stieler, Kleiner Stanztechnik & Baugruppen

"PCIM Europe has developed into a very knowledgeable event that provides companies with the opportunity to take the products to the next level."
David Wright, Microsemi

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