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Fastener Fair Mexico


  • Fastener Fair Mexico is a new event dedicated to the Fastener and Fixing industry that offers a perfect business platform for trade professionals to establish both commercial partnerships and new contacts within Latin America.

    Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America and one of the fatest developing markets in the world offering many business opportunities for the fastener sector.

    Mexico – An Attractive Market
    Population: 113 million.
    GDP growth forecast was 3.9% for 2012 according to the IMF (International Monetary Fund).
    Mexico´s strong domestic demand and exports are increasing at a fast rate.
    Major export products include automobiles, electrical equipment, electronics, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining and consumer durables.
    Mexico has the 13th largest nominal GDP.
    Mexico is part of NAFTA and has 12 free trade agreements with 44 countries.

    Exhibition Profile
    1. Industrial fasteners and fixings
    2. Construction fixings
    3. Assembly and installation systems
    4. Fastener manufacturing technology
    5. Storage, distribution, factory equipment
    6. Information, communication and services

    Key facts
    The Event:
    Fastener Fair Mexico 2014
    International Exhibition for Fastener and Fixing Technology

    Centro Banamex
    Hall A
    Av. Conscripto 311
    Colonia Lomas de Sotelo.
    Delegación Miguel Hidalgo.
    Mexico D.F.

    Dates and opening hours
    Wednesday, 12th March 2014 10:00 to 18:00
    Thursday, 13th March 2014 10:00 to 17:00

    Mexico City – the perfect location
    For fastener and fixing companies, Mexico City is the ideal place to access this market and is one of the best destinations for both businesses and leisure travellers.

    Mexico City is the capital of Mexico, the country´s largest city and the most important political, cultural, educational and financial center ranked eighth richest metropolitan area in the world.

    It has more than 200 museums and galleries, great shopping and recreation, world-class hotels and cuisine with an active nightlife, arts and culture scene, and a year-round mild climate.

    In addition, the city runs a business-friendly system, strong industrial and trade capacity along modern convention centers and meeting facilities that make Mexico City the country’s economic heart.