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Fastener Fair Global 2023 Set For a Strong Comeback Showcasing Technological Developments In A Fast-Moving Market

Fastener Fair Global 2023 Set For a Strong Comeback Showcasing Technological Developments In A Fast-Moving Market

After four years, Fastener Fair Global 2023, the 9th international event dedicated to the fastener and fixing industry, returns from 21-23 March to Stuttgart.

The exhibition represents once again an unmissable opportunity to establish new contacts and build successful business relationships between suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, engineers and other industry professionals from various production and manufacturing sectors looking for fastening technologies.

Taking place across halls 1, 3, 5 and 7 at the Messe Stuttgart exhibition centre, over 850 companies have already confirmed their participation at Fastener Fair Global 2023, covering a net exhibition space of over 22,000 sqm. International firms from 44 countries exhibit at the show, representing SMEs and large multinational enterprises from Germany, Italy, China, Taiwan, India, Turkey, Netherlands, the UK, Spain and France. Exhibitors include: Albert Pasvahl (GmbH & Co.), Alexander P A A L GmbH, Ambrovit S.p.A., Böllhoff GmbH, CHAVESBAO, Eurobolt BV, F. REYHER Nchfg. GmbH & Co. KG, Fastbolt Schraubengroßhandels GmbH, INDEX Fixing Systems, INOXMARE SRL, Lederer GmbH, Norm Fasteners, Obel Civata San. ve Tic. A.S, SACMA LIMBIATE SPA, Schäfer + Peters GmbH, Tecfi Spa, WASI GmbH, Würth Industrie Service GmbH & Co. KG and many more.

Ahead of the event, Liljana Goszdziewski, Portfolio Director for the European Fastener Fairs, comments: “After four years since the last edition, it is rewarding to be able to welcome the international fastener and fixing industry at Fastener Fair Global 2023. The high turnout of exhibiting companies confirmed at the event reflects an eagerness for the sector to get together face-to-face and participate in the show to allow plenty of business networking activities and enable new sales and learning opportunities in a fast-growing market.”

The global industrial fasteners market size was valued at US$ 88.43 billion in 2021. With predictions of growth at a steady rate (CAGR +4.5 percent from 2022 to 2030) due to population growth, high investment in the construction sector, and rising demand for industrial fasteners in the automotive and aerospace sectors*, Fastener Fair Global 2023 seeks to show the innovations and companies at the forefront of this growth in the industry.

A Sneak Peek At The Products And Services Displayed

Offering an overview of the wide variety of innovations, technologies and systems presented at the event, the Online Show Preview is now available on the exhibition website. In preparation for their visit, attendees will be able to discover the highlights of this year’s event and select in advance products and services they are interested in. The Online Show Preview can be accessed here 

Key Visitor Information

The ticket shop is now live on, with those securing a ticket before the show receiving a discounted price of €39 instead of €55 for ticket purchases on-site.

International travel to Germany might require a visa. The German Federal Foreign Office provides an up-to-date list of all countries that require a visa for Germany. Please visit the website for further information about visa procedures, requirements, visa fees and application forms. If required, invitation letters for visa applications will be available to download after completing the registration form to visit the event.

Fastener Fairs – Connecting Fastener Professionals Worldwide

Fastener Fair Global is organised by RX Global. It belongs to the highly successful worldwide series of Fastener Fair exhibitions for the fastener and fixings industry. Fastener Fair Global is the portfolio flagship event. The portfolio also contains regionally focused events such as Fastener Fair Italy, Fastener Fair India, Fastener Fair Mexico and Fastener Fair USA.

For more information on Fastener Fair Global 2023, visit 



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