BAU 2015: Preparations are running at full steam

Date: 3 December 2014
The Bau 2015, the world's leading construction trade fair in Munich, is rapidly approaching.

The big day will be here on 19th January: This is when the fair will be opening its doors once again.  Over 2,000 international exhibitors will be expecting an estimated 235,000 trade visitors from around the world – including over 62,000 architects and planners. You will find information on current trends and have the chance to discover new products up until 24th January.

And once again there are some exciting topics for you to explore at the Ensinger stand. As already showcased at the glasstec, the completed range of Thermix® TX.N® plus spacers as well as a new size of Thermix® muntin bar will be on show at the stand this year. In addition, we will be presenting an array of innovations surrounding our insulbar® insulating profile for thermal separation of metal windows, doors and facades.

A visit to our Stand no. 430 in Hall B1 will certainly be a rewarding experience. And if you didn't get the chance to fit in a visit to our stand at the glasstec, why not come along to the Bau? The experts from the Thermix® Team will be pleased to advise you – why not simply drop by and join us for a coffee or a snack? The trade fair team will look forward to your visit!

Make the most of this opportunity and get in touch today to arrange an appointment with your Thermix® contact at the fair. Sarah Wolf, Tel. +49 751-3545214 from the in-house sales service team will be pleased to help you coordinate your appointment.

600450 BAU 2015: Preparations are running at full steam
Date: 3 December 2014

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