National Joint Booths at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN 2017 Present Numerous Innovations


The market for joining and cutting technologies in the Middle Kingdom is growing continuously - above all, in mechanical engineering and shipbuilding as well as in the railway sector. That is also being shown at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN 2017. Modern solutions and developments from China are being exhibited on two joint booths in Halls 11 and 15. The around 200 manufacturers from the People's Republic are showing the latest developments. A few Chinese exhibitors have particularly specialised in various products for manual metal arc welding and for TIG welding.



In Hall 9, a total of 14 firms are showing innovative welding technology with the "Made in France" mark of distinction. The exhibitors are bringing interesting new products with them to the fair trade: amongst others, industrial extraction and ventilation systems. The French joint booth is being organised by SYMOP, the association of the French production technology sector, and Business France, an agency for the international development of the French economy.



The newest welding technology and product solutions from Japanese exhibitors (5) can be seen in Hall 14: amongst others, cooling technologies as well as special welding fillers for alloyed steels. Moreover, the main organiser of the Japanese joint booth, Sanpo Publications Incorporate, is providing information about trade fairs relevant to the sector in the Asian country.


South Korea

For the second time, manufacturers (14) from South Korea, the tiger state with strong economic growth, are presenting themselves together at the world's premier fair. Supported by the South Korean cooperation partner of SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN, the Korean Welding Industry Cooperative (KWIC), they are showing the following products (amongst others) on over 360 square metres in Hall 12: innovative protective clothing such as automatically darkening welders' goggles and shields as well as machines for various cutting and welding technologies such as arc welding, plasma arc cutting as well as thermal and carbon arc cutting.



On the joint booth supervised by the Taiwanese fair organiser THETW in Hall 14, eight companies from the island state are giving an overview of the newest developments for joining and cutting from Taiwan. They are covering a wide spectrum of the sector: Various exhibitors have specialised in gas welding and gas-shielded arc welding. Products in this subject area can be found on a total of four booths of Taiwanese suppliers.



The United States are present at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN with no fewer than two joint booths. On around 530 square metres, 18 exhibitors are showing ultramodern technologies, innovations and product highlights in the US pavilion in Hall 11, amongst other items, gas welding and cutting tools and products from the field of automated orbital welding. As in the previous years, the exhibition is being promoted by the American Welding Society (AWS). The second joint US booth, organised by Bug‑O‑System, the globally recognised specialist for mobile automation technology, can be found in Hall 10. Here, five more US firms are demonstrating their latest developments for joining, cutting and surfacing technologies to the specialist world on nearly 260 square metres.