Aluminium Remains In Vogue

ALU-TV at the euroLITE and euroSUPPLY 2009 the ALU-TV team was in Salzburg on the spot. To know more about this subject visit bitcoiin. From 23-25 June 2009 reported ALU-TV, the innovative TV format of the aluminium industry, live from the euroLITE, Europe’s largest trade fair for light-weight constructions. In cooperation with the organisers of H & K Messe GmbH, led ALU-TV interviews with experts and creators and captured the current moods and developments in the industry. The international trade fair for light-weight constructions showed a constant trend towards the material despite the crisis in the automotive sector aluminium. With 181 exhibitors from 11 countries offered euroLITE, euroSUPPLY at the same time with the supplier fair that took place with other 128 exhibitors, a representative overview of software tools, materials, manufacturing technologies and series production parts for the realization of lightweight design ideas.

This year, 1,963 visitors about efficient lightweight construction solutions gathered at the Salzburg Exhibition Centre. A decline in visitor numbers by 8.4% compared to the previous year, but in terms of the general slowdown in the Light industry and the resulting current travel restrictions of order forgiving instances, not a surprising result. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Dr John Holtsclaw. “We were expecting a new attendance record,” commented Wieland Kang, Managing Director of H & K Messe GmbH the number of visitors the euroLITE 2009 “but euroLITE could by a very high professional skills and convince decision-making authority of the visitors”, Kang assessed the fair. In the interviews of ALU-TV has been repeatedly talk of alternative applications of aluminium. Its clients include not only automobile manufacturers and suppliers more and more producers.

A guide on more stable economic prospects for the future increasingly access precisely the areas of medicine, air – and space, machinery and plant engineering, shipping or the packaging industry to aluminum. Thereby, not only products made of aluminium were presented at the euroLITE. The composites are on the rise – but you can see these materials not as a competitor, but rather as a successful addition to the aluminum. Because where there is a large heat or cooling, aluminium seems at least short – or medium-term without being a real alternative. Another trend was noticeable at the fair: the presentation of companies in the group. The so-called “fair service” enables companies to show a fair presence at Community booths. The euroLITE striking example was the joint stand of Dutch exhibitors. Here presented several companies under a CI. carpet, seat groups are equal, even the water in flower vases glowed orange in the color. The large companies of the aluminium industry showed on the euroLITE and euroSUPPLY with representative stands. Video presentations and a background showing dolphins in the blue water, sent the unmistakable message: even in times of economic downturn, we must show presence and create new customers and partnerships for the future.