Wago to host Hannover Messe information event Sept. 17
CFE Media to present at preview of USA Partner Nation.
In the first of a series of events designed to highlight the United States' role as the Partner Country at Hannover Messe 2016, Wago will host manufacturing professionals at its plant in Germantown, Wis. On Thursday, Sept. 17, beginning at 4 p.m. The Wago Germantown plant is located at N120 W19129 Freistadt Rd., in Germantown, WI. CFE Media is the Official Media Partner for Partner Country USA at Hannover Messe 2016 and will present at the event, along with officials from Hannover Fairs USA, Wago and other Hannover Messe exhibitors.
Hannover Messe will be held April 25-29, 2016 in Hannover Germany. The world's largest industrial trade show, Hannover Messe is expected to attract more than 200,000 visitors is the world's largest industrial trade show. The U.S. showcase at Hannover Messe will feature a focus on the importance and value of U.S. manufacturing to the world; President Obama is expected to open the trade show on April 24, 2016 and tour the fairgrounds the next day.
This first event in the Hannover Messe 2016 USA Partner Country Presentation Series will include presentations, plant tours and a networking session with drinks and appetizers.
To register, go to http://hannovermesse.events/wago/. For more information about future stops in the Partner Country Presentation Series, contact Alex Balis at Hannover Fairs USA at (773) 796-4250, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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