All is still quiet in the TRUMPF halls. TRUMPF employees are still doing some final programming on the machines, setting up sample parts and placing path markings. Everything should be perfect by tomorrow morning. The high-tech company welcomes visitors from all over the world for four days at its in-house exhibition. "For TRUMPF, INTECH is a great opportunity to demonstrate our leading position as a solution provider for the entire sheet metal process chain. Therefore, I am very pleased to show our solutions live to the guests again this year. Personal contact with our customers remains indispensable for TRUMPF," says Marcella Montelatici, responsible for Sales and Services at TRUMPF Machine Tools.
TRUMPF expects a total of about 1,600 visitors during the four days of the trade show. 33 nationalities from around the world will be represented, including Brazil, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia. Only from Asia no guests will come due to the partly still hard Corona quarantine rules there. Approximately 670 TRUMPF employees will be on duty for the entire duration of the event. Visitors can expect to find a total of 61 solutions for sheet metal production in the Costumer Center (CC), the Laser Application Center (LAC) and the AM showroom.
This year's trade show highlights include TRUMPF's new Oseon software for even more efficiency in production. In addition, the high-tech company is demonstrating with "Smart Material Flow" how the material flow in production can be automated without necessarily having to connect a large warehouse. In addition, almost the entire portfolio from the areas of machine tools, laser technology, additive manufacturing and power tools will be on display. "At INTECH, we show guests that we can make every customer a suitable offer - from entry-level machines to fully networked Smart Factory. In addition, customers will experience the high priority that the topics of services and partnerships have in the TRUMPF strategy," says Marcella Montelatici.