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Industrial Cleaning Technology – a Growth Market

Lively Exhibitor Interest in 8th parts2clean in Stuttgart, Germany

Whether production, maintenance or reprocessing is involved – clean components and surfaces are a must in any case. And cleanliness requirements are becoming stricter and stricter all the time. This makes industrial cleaning technology a genuine growth market. With its exclusive focus on the attainment, control and documentation of specified levels of component and surface cleanliness, parts2clean presents the world’s largest and most in-depth offerings in the field, and is the international information and procurement platform for users from all industries, as well as for suppliers. And thus it’s no wonder that nearly all market and technology leaders have already booked booth floor space for the 8th leading international trade fair in Stuttgart (Germany) from the 12th through the 14th of October, 2010. The 3rd COROSAVE international trade fair for corrosion protection, preservation and packaging will take place concurrent to parts2clean.

Ever stricter requirements for component and surface cleanliness necessitate greater efforts in the area of parts cleaning in nearly all sectors of the manufacturing industries, as well as in the fields of maintenance and reprocessing. At the same time, cost pressure is dictating more efficiency. And thus demand is great for cleaning solutions by means of which optimisation potential can be exploited with regard to economy, quality and ecology. This is one of the factors revealed by an industry survey conducted by fairXperts GmbH from the 1st of July through the 30th of September, 2009. The surveyed companies are expecting further increases in international demand a well. 

Thanks to its strength within the market, parts2clean is the number one address where fulfilling requirements for cleaning solutions is concerned. “The trade fair was a complete success for us in 2009, and we’ll certainly exhibit again at the next parts2clean due to the expert visitors who are extremely interesting for us, and their concrete needs. We established lots of contacts to new customers, of whom roughly 60% have immediate requirements. We were able to offer suitable, requirements-oriented solutions for actual problem cases directly at our booth. We now look forward to being able to implement these solutions”, reports Detlef Weber, managing director of Wehrle & Weber GmbH.

Also in Great Demand: Exhibition Floor Space at parts2clean 

Numerous other companies have also already decided to participate at parts2clean 2010, including nearly all of the market and technology leaders from the various exhibition sectors, i.e. equipment, processes and process media along with conditioning for degreasing, cleaning, deburring and the pre-treatment of components, as well as parts baskets and workpiece carriers, handling and process automation, cleanroom technology, job-shop cleaning, quality assurance, test methods and analysis procedures. Due to the fact that 54% of the surveyed companies will not reduce their budgets for participation at existing, leading trade fairs like parts2clean, it’s no wonder that they’re securing their booth locations so early. An additional 15% intend to invest even more in trade fair participation. parts2clean is benefiting from this as well: “Many exhibitors have increased booth floor space and want to make sure they get their preferred locations”, explains Hartmut Herdin, managing director of event promoters fairXperts GmbH.

COROSAVE – Added Value for Visitors and Exhibitors 

The parts2clean portfolio will be ideally supplemented with the offerings presented at the 3rd COROSAVE international trade fair for corrosion protection, preservation and packaging: In accordance with the motto “retaining cleanliness right on up until components are delivered to the customer or further processing”, it covers the entire gamut of temporary corrosion protection, preservation and packaging of parts and components during storage and transport. This makes it possible for visitors to gather information concerning product and service offerings for two important production, maintenance and component processing tasks.

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