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TRUMPF successfully completes its digital INTECH

Around 1600 visitors from 56 countries attended the high-tech company's first digital in-house trade show // Next to Germany, India had the most participants and then the USA

Ditzingen, June 2, 2020 – From 26 to 29 May 2020, the high-tech company TRUMPF held its in-house trade show INTECH digitally for the first time ever. Around 1,600 visitors from 56 countries took part in the virtual trade show. "With a digital INTECH, we were able to optimally meet the requirements of our international customers in these corona virus times," says Reinhold Gross, Managing Director Sales and Services of TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG.

TRUMPF set up an online platform for the digital INTECH. In so-called "topic dialogs" TRUMPF experts presented new machines and technologies. In advance, visitors had the opportunity to register for specific program items. During the event, the participants were able to address their questions live to TRUMPF experts.

The videos for the new TruLaser Tube 3000 fiber laser tube cutting machine and the TruPrint 2000 3D printer received the most feedback. Talks on the cutting-edge topics of electro-mobility and the smart factory were also among the most visited events within the format. "The high level of interest in our machines and technologies shows that we address the right topics and show our customers perspectives at this time," says Gross.

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Topic dialog

For the digital INTECH, TRUMPF made video topic dialogs on the machines and technologies in advance.

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