29-31 May 2018
MECC Maastricht, Maastricht, Netherlands
UTECH Europe is billed as the sole industrial polyurethanes sector trade show in the world. The show is attended by more than 3000 business visitors at each of its editions and the global flavor of the event is derived from the participants, who hail from over 85 countries all across the globe. Companies taking part at the show are also helped to form commercially viable business strategies to meet the escalating demands for polyurethane products in the global markets. UTECH Europe offers extensive brand building opportunities to the exhibitors taking part at the show. Different types of high utility general engineering, automotive, electrical, mining and aerospace products and tools are put on exhibit here, together with medical supplies, furniture items and other related accessories. Participants can also find suitable business partners at the show and a vast majority of the visitors to the event have direct purchasing authority as well.
UTECH Europe brings in a large contingent of professional exhibitors, looking to promote their polyurethanes products and accessories to the show attendees. Chief items of exhibit at the show include automotive products, aerospace tools, building and construction equipments, mining instruments, general engineering items and medical goods. Furniture items, electrical accessories, footwear products and textiles are also put on exhibit here. The list of exhibitors attending the show features several renowned names, like AGC Chemicals Europe Ltd and Chemtura Europe Ltd.
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