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INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR 2020: Register online and secure your early bird discount

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The INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR 2020 will open its doors from March 01 to March 04, 2020. With 2,770 exhibitors from 58 countries, the INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR is the largest and most international exhibition of the hardware industry worldwide. The last fair in spring 2018 attracted 47,000 trade visitors from 143 countries.

Become a part of the industry forum and secure your early bird discount for the INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR 2020 now. If you register as an exhibitor by May 31, 2019, you will benefit from discounted conditions. You can find all registration details including a price overview on our website.

Introducing the Zentralverband Hartwarenhandel e.V at the INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR

The Zentralverband Hartwarenhandel e.V. (ZHH), the Central Association of the Hardware Trade, (ZHH) is a long-standing cooperation partner of the INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR COLOGNE. Find out what you need to know about the association here. read more…

We proudly present: the Manufacturers Association House & Garden at the INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR COLOGNE

More than 35 years ago, leading producers of building, house and garden products joined forces to form the “Herstellerverband Haus & Garten“ “(Manufacturers’ Association House & Garden). The association focuses primarily on sales-oriented topics in the assorted sales channels specialist retailers, DIY stores and garden centres. read more…

Economic forecast for the hardware industry: What does the EISEN-Meter say?

In their autumn report, the leading economic research institutes anticipate a slight slowdown in the German economy. A glance at the EISEN-Meter reveals how the members of the hardware industry view the development.  read more…

Saving time and trouble: 9 tips for process optimization in crafts and  trades

Time is money: this is especially true in crafts and trades. And therefore, processes that do not run smoothly are particularly annoying. However, missing spare parts, incorrectly planned timings or staff bottlenecks can be avoided in many cases. Read here how to get a grip on disruptive factors. read more…