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Posted: April 28, 2009
Industry's demand for micro- and nanoproducts unwaning at Hannover Messe
(Nanowerk News) The exhibitors at the IVAM Product Market “Micro, Nano &
Materials” bring home good news from the
MicroTechnology/HANNOVER MESSE: “We are highly
satisfied with the course of the fair – the quantity and quality
of visitors has been ideal”, Christian Staniewicz from Polytec
“The IVAM Product Market has attracted
numerous interested visitors; and we hope for good business
transactions to follow up,” confirms Dr. Wolfgang Beck,
managing director of PANADUR GmbH.
PANADUR were two of over 50 companies and institutes
showing commercially relevant micro- and nanotechnology
solutions from April 20 to 24 at the joint pavilion of IVAM
Microtechnology Network in Hanover, Germany.
“Especially small and medium-sized high-tech companies are
filling the innovation pipelines now. During the current
economic changes new customer relations and new
possibilities to make business are coming up. Most companies have used this opportunity in Hanover”, stresses
IVAM managing director Dr. Uwe Kleinkes.
Highlights at the
IVAM Product Market and the forum “Innovations for
Industry”, which was also organized by IVAM, were the
subjects “Lasers for Micromachining and Microproduction”,
“Energy Harvesting” and “Printed Intelligence”. To accelerate
the economic exchange between Germany and Korea with
high-tech products, IVAM Microtechnology Network and the
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology KITECH signed a
cooperation agreement during the fair.