Strategic Partnership to Organize Industrial Automation Pavilion at HANNOVER MESSE 2011

The International Society of Automation (ISA) has declared that it has collaborated with Automation.com and Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA) to organize an Industrial Automation Pavilion at HANNOVER MESSE 2011 in Hanover, Germany from April 4 to 8, 2011.

Automation.com, Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA) and ISA recognize  the considerable  increase in requirement for competent production methods using automation technologies  and the significance of adopting these latest technologies globally. Through this collaboration, Automation.com and ISA will form a group display, enabling exhibitors and clients to display their automation systems to the event attendees, offering improved prominence and traffic in a reasonably priced and well-organized setting.

The Industrial Automation segment of HANNOVER MESSE 2010 featured 91,300 participants from various parts of the world. The Industrial Automation sector embraces seven display halls. It helps automation companies to come across existing as well prospective clients and to ship their services and products globally.

Art Paredes, President and CEO of HFUSA, has stated that it is an apt time for the industries to enhance their market shares and exports by entering into international markets. He added that HANNOVER MESSE is the right platform for the automation companies to exhibit their services and products.

According to Timothy Feldman, Director for Products and Services of ISA, their organization is involved in establishing the standard for automation sector as well as improving automation jobs worldwide. He added that by this partnership they can bring several exhibitors to HANNOVER MESSE.

Rick Zabel, VP and Publisher of Automation.com, has stated that due to the tight global competition, the automation companies need to widen their footprints and attend global events like HANNOVER MESSE.

Source: http://www.isa.org

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