Trumpf, Ditzingen, Germany, reports that it recently held its in-house trade show INTECH digitally for the first time, with approximately 1,600 participants from fifty-six countries taking part in the virtual trade show.
Through topical discussions on an online platform, Trumpf experts presented new machines and technologies and the opportunity was given for visitors to register for specific programme items in advance. Participants were also able to address questions to Trumpf experts live .
According to Trumpf, its videos for the TruPrint 2000 Additive Manufacturing machine and new TruLaser Tube 3000 fibre laser tube cutting machine received the most feedback. The topics of electro-mobility and the smart factory were also among the most viewed within the format.
“With a digital INTECH, we were able to optimally meet the requirements of our international customers in these coronavirus times,” stated Reinhold Gross, Managing Director Sales and Services at TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG.
Gross continued, “The high level of interest in our machines and technologies shows that we address the right topics and show our customers perspectives at this time.”