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Topic at EISENWARENMESSE – International Hardware Fair: The new DIN EN 131

Important current developments have as much a place at the International Hardware Fair as the latest trends and innovations. Providers of access technology are currently dealing with the issue of standardisation. In Cologne, the discussion of the exhibitors with retail partners will center around the new DIN EN 131 for portable ladders, which went into effect at the beginning of this year. read more…

More digital, more flexible and safer: Trends of the 2018 INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR

Digitalization changes production processes as well as workflows in trade, logistics and service. Megatrends such as Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things are also driving the development of our industry and affect all areas of competence. But flexible multifunctional transport aids and new safety requirements are also topics that are burning issues to many companies in our industry. Here you can find out all about the most important trends at the International Hardware Fair 2018. read more…

INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR 2018: all segments at a glance

Three months to go before the start of the hardware industry’s most important international trade show – the perfect time to provide you with an overview. Visitors can expect a comprehensive range of products and services. The exhibition halls are almost fully booked; and compared to 2016, the number of exhibitors from all over the world has increased further. All renowned manufacturers are on board – and the product segments cover all the major industry segments.  read more…

“No Copy! Pro Original”

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Wherever many new trends and products are showcased, for instance at trade fairs like EISENWARENMESSE INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR COLOGNE there is always a risk of product piracy. At the same time, trade fairs offer affected businesses excellent opportunities to identify the perpetrators. The place to go to find answers to all questions related to this topic is the “No Copy!” stand. It aims to raise exhibitors’ and visitors’ awareness of the problem, while providing them with direct assistance.

Recent studies on product piracy in the machine and plant engineering industry are alarming. Last year, almost three in four German machine and plant engineering manufacturers were victims of product piracy and plagiarism. Consequential damages are not only financial losses of some eight billion euro (2013), but also image losses, unjustified recourse claims and throwbacks for the companies’ brand advantage. read more…

Impressions of the International Hardware Fair 2014

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The International Hardware Fair 2014 was a great success and once more proved its importance to the hardware industry. 2.783 exhibitors from 53 countries presented their numerous product novelties and exciting innovations in the field of industrial supplies, fastening and joining technology, fittings, tools and construction and DIY goods. read more…

International Hardware Fair Cologne 2014 – the highlights on the third day

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The International Hardware Fair Cologne 2014 opens its doors for the third time and once more has to offer many highlights for exhibitors and visitors. Yesterday was all about the BME Buyers’ Day; today the EISENforum hosts seven more interesting talks, which you should not miss: read more…

Hardware Cologne – Fair Magazine Latest Issue

 

A team of specialists is already at work on the organisation, planning, preparations and decorations, so that exhibitors and visitors to Cologne’s forthcoming International Hardware Fair will find an innovative platform for all branches of trade and industry. But how well did they do at the most recent event; what did exhibitors and exhibitors really think? To find out, the Cologne Fair ran a survey – with interesting results. These and other interesting International Hardware Fair facts are published in the latest issue of Hardware Cologne. read more…