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VIKING at electronica in Munich

02 december 2016

November 8-11th, 2016 VIKING technical and ESD furniture was exhibited in Munich, at the largest international exhibition of components, systems and electronics industry applications electronica 2016, where the Dipaul company traditionally organizes a booth for electronic laboratories and workshops equipment units presentation.

In keeping with the motto “Connected Worlds—Safe and Secure,” electronica, the largest electronics trade fair in the world, attracted a total of 2,913 companies from more than 50 countries presented their solutions for this sector. They used the industry gathering to network with approximately 73,000 visitors and dialog with professionals from around the world. According to Falk Senger, Managing Director at Messe München: “This year's electronica did an impressive job of demonstrating how the various aspects of our lives will network with one another in the future and redefine our everyday lives.”

A total of 2,913 exhibitors from than 50 countries presented their products and technologies at the fair. That corresponds to an increase of 7 percent over the 2014 exhibition, continuing a trend during the last few years. “More and more companies present components in the context of applications,” explains Senger. Besides Germany, the countries with the largest contingents of exhibitors were China, Taiwan, the USA and Great Britain (in that order).
VIKING workstations booth, which was organized by furniture manufacturer (Dipaul-Manufacturing company) and operated by headquarters office employees from St. Petersburg and representatives of the European office in Czech Republic, demonstrated a variety of workbenches and electronic laboratories equipment. This year booth visitors were offered to view well-rated on the market workbenches of Classic, Comfort and Alliance series, Alliance Automatic workstations and new heavy-duty workbenches of Titan series. VIKING furniture booth also showed variety of additional equipment for technical laboratories like carts, modular counters for components storage, cabinets, ESD chairs and accessories. We also exhibited a range of fume extraction units, including a simplified and affordable line of VIKING fume extraction units, which was specially designed for us by our partners.

New Titan series technical furniture is designed for mechanical works, which require reinforced load capacities, especially in machine-building and metalworking industries, in workshops and car services. The series features workbenches with 2000 kg load capacity, cabinet for milling, drilling and CNC lathes tools storage,  movable workstations and trolleys that allow working with heavier details and tools, reinforced runners for drawers and durable wheels.

According to exhibition organizers review, approximately 73,000 trade visitors from more than 80 countries attended the fair in Munich. As a survey conducted by Gelszus Messe-Marktforschung revealed, satisfaction among visitors remained high. 99 percent gave the fair a rating of good to excellent. Besides Germany, the countries with the largest number of visitors were Italy, Austria, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, France, Switzerland, USA, Israel, the Russian Federation, Poland and Slovenia, in that order. There was a significant increase in the number of visitors from France, China, Slovenia, Turkey and Israel.

At VIKING technical and ESD furniture stand in addition to traditionally large number of company partners from Russia and CIS countries, we also welcomed visitors from the majority of European union countries, Great Britain, Norway and Switzerland, as well as some industry professionals from North and South America, Middle East and Asia.

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