Concentrated expertise at the joint stands of T4M
Trade associations strengthening T4M and Stuttgart as a location for medical technology
Renowned trade associations, cluster initiatives and networks in the industry will provide joint stands at T4M, Technology for Medical Devices, from 5 to 7 May 2019 and therefore strengthen Stuttgart as a medical technology hub. The clear decision by the supporters to take part in T4M at the proven venue is also a commitment to the neighbouring medical technology market in France whose annual turnover of €11.02 billion makes it the third largest producer in Europe after Germany and Ireland*. Around 60 companies will exhibit on the joint stands of Initiative Hochform, Swiss MedTech, TechnologyMountains, CCI, Micronarc and the Working Group Medical Technology in the German Engineering Federation (VDMA), and will attract a great deal of attention in the exhibitor environment through the combination with their partners.
Exhibitors and visitors at T4M will benefit equally from the competence of the dense technical and regional network of exhibitor communities. During the trade fair their stands will be central information points for research, innovation and advanced training in the medical technology sector. Trade association members and interested trade visitors can forge new contacts here and exchange information and experiences during personal discussions. Due to their wide reach and their global activities, the supporters of the joint stands will also offer promising prospects for international cooperation agreements.
The T4M partner CCI is also interested in international contacts. French exhibitors such as Décolletage de la Garenne, MICRO EROSION, PureLab Plastics, Stainless and STATICE will present their products and services in the pavilion of the
Initiative of the Burgund Franche-Comté Chamber of Industry and Commerce. "T4M is definitely a must-attend event for us," said Nathalie Aubry and Estelle Millet. They are responsible for the German market and the medical technology industry of CCI. "We are convinced about the importance of Stuttgart for the medical technology industry and want to make it easier for regional companies to present their know-how to a international specialist target group." Bourgogne Franche-Comté is regarded as the leading industrial region in France. A unique company network specialising in micro technology and high-precision parts has developed in that region from its clock history. The competence of these companies is acknowledged worldwide in high-tech industries such as aerospace and medical technology.
Further information about the T4M joint stands can be found online at www.t4m-expo.com/joint-standszurück zur Übersicht