We also offer matchmaking SUBCONTRACTING MEETINGS in order to facilitate both the exhibitors and visitors to establish new contacts. The online platform offers a possibility to search for subcontracting orders and offers and to arrange a meeting. The 30-minute-long meetings are held during the fair. We will provide you with a link for registration.
1-3 September 2021, hours: 11.00 am - 4.00 pm
Describe your subcontracting offers (technical data, certificates). You can use up to 5 cooperative profiles of the OFFER type for their presentation - e.g. separately describe for example machining, welding, powder coating. If you additionally order something, put it into the DEMAND window.
A clear description is a greater chance to gain fruitful business contacts.
WHY IS IT WORTH?
The last edition of Industrial Subcontracting Exhibition SUBCONTRACTING took place from 8th to 11th of June 2021 alongside Poland’s largest fair for industrial technologies ITM INDUSTRY EUROPE, 3D Solutions, FOCAST as well as the Fair for Logistics, Warehousing and Transport MODERNLOG. These four events altogether created a professional platform for presenting all the stages of production and they were a chance to establish new promising business contacts. This year offered a possibility to get familiar with the exposition of nearly 1,000 exhibitors and companies representing 27 countries. Over the four days 12 exhibition halls together with the outdoor areas covering a total of 25,000m2 were visited by 17,893 people.
SUBCONTRACTINGS Meetings are a proven, effective method of establishing business buyer-subcontractor contacts. Among contracting were authorities, among others, from C. Tech France, Faurecia Automotive Polska, Fibar Group, MAN Diesel & Turbo Poland, Michelin Polska, Ruukki Polska, SECO / WARWICK Services, Solaris Bus & Coach, UTC Aerospace Systems and Volkswagen Poznań In the 2019 edition, 353 meetings were held among 138 participants from 14 countries.
On the industrial market, there are currently exchanges of suppliers from Asia for suppliers from Europe, including Poland. So the trend called onshoring, i.e. a return to the internal market, begins. The recession releases production capacity in companies with a modern machine park and qualified staff