The AMB exhibition is the most important trade fair for the metalworking industry in southern Germany. For many years already there has been a long waiting list for exhibitors, who may well get the chance to participate this year thanks to the brand-new Paul Horn hall. This means that the organization is increasing the exhibition area to more than 120,000 m².
RoboJob too is going bigger this year: where it had to be satisfied with a stand of 36m² at the previous editions, it is now turning out with a stand of 90m². “And that opens up a lot of prospects” says Jelle De Roovere, who is responsible for the sales in South Germany, Austria and Switzerland. “The AMB is truly a unique exhibition. No other trade fair provides us with as many new contacts and customers as here in Stuttgart. So we’re extremely pleased that we’ve succeeded in almost tripling our exhibition stand in terms of surface area,” according to a satisfied De Roovere. “In doing so, we’re able to demonstrate more of our automation solutions and to receive more visitors.”
RoboJob has been doing very well in Germany over the last few years. "Germany has been our biggest sales market for several years now, and since the focus here has been on Industrie 4.0, it’s only going to pick up even further". Which is why the company is promising to spare no expense on innovation at the AMB fair. “As a market leader, it’s important to continue giving shape to CNC automation. The market looks at us when it comes to new solutions and innovative concepts. And we can already reassure our customers: these are coming imminently, even at the AMB,” promises De Roovere.
The AMB trade fair takes place this year from 18 to 22 September in Stuttgart. The RoboJob exhibition stand can be found in Hall 6 on Stand C 34.