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KÖCO at the EuroBLECH 2022

Four successful trade fair days in Hanover

When, after four years and a forced break, the industry returned to EuroBLECH in Hanover at the end of October, KÖCO was of course there. After all, we had big plans - keyword "BRUNO". It was foreseeable that many companies and visitors would use the trade fair to present themselves and look for the latest trends. And that's exactly what happened: Almost 36,000 visitors was the final tally at the fairgrounds in Hanover. We were one of 1300 exhibitors and could convince with our booth in a new design.

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The most eye-catching feature was certainly the curious robot face displayed on a back wall and prominently upgrading the trade show booth. This is the logo of our first stud welding robot BRUNO, which we presented at EuroBLECH for the first time ever. It was the centerpiece of our booth and was presented accordingly.

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BRUNO successfully presented internationally

With BRUNO, we were able to attract interest from both national and international guests. Keyword international: We were very pleased to welcome many guests from other countries at our booth. We wanted to present ourselves as broadly as possible and at the same time also take away many impressions from the worldwide industry. We succeeded in doing so.

We are already looking forward to the next EuroBLECH in two years. Until then, we look back with pleasure on the past one!

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Markus Neuse

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