PARTS FINISHING – New Trade Fair for Quality Finishing in Parts Production


The demands and challenges associated with industrial parts production have changed significantly in recent years. The PARTS FINISHING trade fair, which will be held for the first time at the Karlsruhe Exhibition Centre on 13 and 14 November 2024, addresses the changing needs of the manufacturing industries which have resulted from this situation. The new format features a comprehensive focus on the production steps of deburring, component cleaning and surface finishing – from standalone processes right on up to networked production lines.

In order to be competitive in growth markets, companies are required to be more flexible and agile, and to focus more sharply on process sequences and value chains. At the same time, industrial production has to fulfil ever-increasing demands in terms of component quality, cost-effectiveness and sustainability. “This leads to a steadily growing need for information and knowledge in manufacturing companies. Technical trade fairs play an important role in this regard. However, the focus of the respective exhibitions has thus far been limited to a great extent to individual production steps, which means that several trade fair visits are required to obtain comprehensive information, which is becoming increasingly difficult in times of personnel shortages and cost efficiency,” says Hartmut Herdin, managing director of private trade fair promoters fairXperts GmbH & Co. KG. “PARTS FINISHING has been specifically developed to provide suppliers and users of solutions for deburring, component cleaning and surface finishing with an ideal platform.” The new trade fair will be held at the Karlsruhe Exhibition Centre (Germany) for the first time on the 13th and 14th November, 2024.

Suppliers from the quality-relevant fields of deburring technologies, industrial cleaning technology and surface finishing will present their spectrum of solutions at the new event. Beyond this, attention will be focused on trends and innovations for automation, the digital transformation, process networking and improving resource efficiency in these production steps. And thus the trade fair with integrated expert forum is a unique platform for companies, experts and research institutions who want to showcase innovative solutions and technologies, exchange knowledge and experience, and discuss industrial trends.



Distinct Advantages for Exhibitors and Visitors

The innovative concept offers numerous advantages: exhibitors can significantly reduce costs and the allocation of resources thanks to the compact two-day event. Premium exhibition booth concepts and fixed costs minimise preparation expenses and increase the profitability of trade fair participation. The event concept also promotes the establishment of strategic partnerships and the development of joint projects amongst exhibitors.

Visitors to PARTS FINISHING will benefit from a comprehensive overview of the state
of the art, current developments and trends, as well as practice-orientated presentations held at the expert forum. This makes it possible for visitors to find targeted solutions for individual challenges in order to optimise processes or adapt their range of products and services to changing requirements. PARTS FINISHING is thus not only leaner, shorter and more cost-effective than conventional trade fairs, it’s also more appealing and efficient – a highly promising format for everyone involved.

As the initiator and organiser of PARTS FINISHING, fairXperts is specialised in the promotion of technical trade fairs and conventions. The company from the southern German town of Neuffen possesses extensive technical expertise and know-how in the fields of deburring, component cleaning and surface finishing, and is distinguished by its conceptual and organisational strength, enabling exhibitors to participate in the trade fair economically, effectively and with strong contacts.

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