Fensterbau Fills Up FastMarch 16th, 2016 by Trey Barrineau
Huge crowds greeted today’s opening of the Fensterbau Frontale show in Germany—and that definitely had the exhibitors fired up.
“It’s a good show,” said Hanspeter Kuster of Fentech. His company is hoping to break into the U.S. market soon.
“It’s very busy right now,” said Mitchell Heckbert of Urban Machinery. “We’ve had a good turnout.”
More than 100,000 door and window industry professionals are expected to attend this year’s show at the Exhibition Centre in Nuremberg, where they’ll see a vast array of fenestration products presented by more than 1,300 companies from around the world. Most of the booths are much more elaborate than those seen at North American trade shows, with dazzling electronic displays, a big selection of food and beverages, bands and DJs—and even dancers.
Urban Machinery showed off its new AKS 6900 welding machine, which now features four heads. The company also showcased its SV 530-C CNC corner cleaning machine.
ASSA ABLOY’s huge booth featured a vast array of hardware and locks for doors, including several products that focus on home automation. For example, its CLIQ is a mechanical key combined with electronic authorization that’s stored on the key.
The massive ASSA ABLOY booth at #fensterbau.
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The company also showed off its SCALA automation product that can work in both residential and commercial applications.
A+W Software’s booth featured its new browser-based product configurator for its A+W Cantor ERP Tools. It also showed off its new iQuote tool, which can be adapted to a company’s requirements for design and layout. Additionally, they featured their Logistics Optimizer, which can help businesses ship their products more efficiently.
Trelleborg showed off its updated L3450 sealing gasket for wooden window profiles.
Fensterbau continues through Saturday.
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