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MITEX-2015 Post release

27.11.2015

POST RELEASE

On 10-13 November 2015 CEC “Expocentre” hosted Moscow International Tool Exhibition MITEX 2015, which brought together the leading manufacturers and suppliers of professional tools from Russia and abroad. The exhibition reflected the current state of the market, and the growing interest of the industry representatives to expand mutual cooperation and to develop industry as a whole.

Organizers: “Euroexpo” LLC. (Moscow), a member of the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry (UFI), Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs, Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), and Euroexpo Exhibitions & Congress Development GmbH (Vienna).

Strategic Partner: RATPE Association of Trading Companies and Manufactures of Power Tools.

Traditionally, MITEX will be supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.

Exhibition area: 17,194 sq. m

360 companies from 20 countries including Belgium, Germany, Denmark, India, Indonesia, Spain, Italy, China, Liechtenstein, UAE, Belarus, Korea, Russia, the USA, Finland, France, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden and Japan took part in MITEX 2015.

LIT Trading, Stabila, Rubi, Metabo, Sparky, Patriot, Texas, Zitar, Kerona, RUSKLIMAT, Fiolent, Anchor, VneshTechKontrakt, Pride, TMK Klingspor, Kraton TM, BIEMMED UE, Di-Star Centre, Master Climate Solutions, Forsage, HAMMER, BELMASH, Uraloptinstrument and others demonstrated their new tools and equipment at the show.

The official figures confirm a great interest to the show. According to the statistics data of Russcom IT Systems audit, 16,370 visits were registered during the exhibition. More than 94% of MITEX visitors represented dealer and retail chains, construction, repair and woodworking companies, educational institutions and housing and utility sector.

The companies from Germany, China, and Taiwan demonstrated their products and services at national collective expositions.

A complete list of exhibitors is available on e-catalogue.

MITEX business programme events became a centre for lively discussion on the most pressing issues the Russian tool industry was facing this year.

Representatives of “Interskol”, “Robert Bosch”, “Fiolent Plant” and “Minpromtorg” made reports on the current market state, and also discussed the ways to combat the illicit industrial products trafficking and problems in cross-border trade at the Forum on “Russian Market of Power Tools and Labour Saving Devices: Present State and Prospects”. Over 100 delegates attended the Conference.

Major retailers, manufacturers and marketers shared their anti-crisis cases, fresh analytics and forecasts on DIY market development at the Conference organized by Mastercity.ru. According to experts, in 2014 this segment showed a 44% increase compared to 2013, and will increase in the future.

Profitoolinfo.ru hosted a conference and a seminar on one of the most important topic of the year: “How to manage a retail store during the crisis”.

POTREBITEL Publishing House, the regular media partner of the show organized 2 interesting events. One of the Conferences was dedicated to the import substitution in the power tool market. Another Conference was dedicated to battery technology, where representatives of Bosch, DeWALT, Metabo, Milwaukee, Anchor and other companies represented their novelties and spoke about what high-profile releases can be expected in the nearest future.

Every day “WOOD master” magazine hosted a series of woodworking tools and equipment presentations and master classes on diverse crafts for private foremen.

Cordoba Group, an authorized distributor of Hyundai Power Products in Russia, LIT Trading, Hitachi Power Tool and Sistema presented their expositions at the outdoor area in front of the pavilion. The visitors were welcome to try the tools in operation and to watch the work of a master who cut out wooden figures.

See you at the Moscow International Tool Expo MITEX-2016 that will be running on

8-11 November 2016 in CEC “Expocentre”!


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