InnoTrans 2010

Tunnelling becomes even more international

The Tunnelling sector at this year’s InnoTrans in Berlin displays itself as larger and even more international. The exhibition area for Tunnel Construction in Hall 5.2 has risen by some 30 % compared to 2008. The number of exhibitors is actually 40 % larger than 2 years ago. What is remarkable is that more than 1/3rd of those exhibiting are from outside Germany including Snake Tray, the first US exhibitor.

The exhibitors so far registered include; Amberg Engi­neering (Switzerland), Bochum Eisenhütte Heintzmann, BST-Brandschutztechnik Doepfl (Austria), CFT Compactfilter­technic, Drägerwerk, D....

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