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IFAT SUCCESS IN MUNICH

Heyl Neomeris photoATi’s European Sales Manager, Garry Tabor, has just returned from another successful exhibition in Germany, supporting our partners Heyl Neomeris.

 

Our German distributors were showcasing some of ATi’s leading water quality monitors at Munich’s IFAT exhibition, the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewerage, waste and raw materials management.

 

A total of 3,097 exhibitors (1,695 companies from Germany and 1,402 from around the world) came from 59 countries, presented their innovations and new developments for the environmental technology sector on 230,000 square meters of exhibition space.

 

Many of our customers from across Germany and Europe came to visit to get reacquaintedIFAT with the ATi brands you all know, whilst learning about our innovative, industry leading water treatment solutions.  ATi’s European Sales Manager, Garry, flew over to join the Heyl Neomeris specialist product experts at the event to discuss our customers’ needs and opportunities to work together.

 

Garry spent time meeting with various business colleagues from around the globe and also took the time to meet with a number of new potential business partners throughout Europe.

 

German sausagesIn the evenings, Garry took the opportunity to spend some time with friends and colleagues from B&C Electronics from Italy, indulging in a selection of speciality beers and German sausages!

 

The IFAT event provided a fantastic opportunity for industry experts to network with thousands of the world’s leading water and wastewater professionals, as well as the opportunity to take part in work-shops and technical sessions.

 

IFAT with B&CWith some fantastic exhibits on display and some great new business opportunities, this was an excellent opportunity for ATi to start planning ahead for our next exhibition at WWEM.

We’re looking forward to seeing you all there!


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