LiSEC flies the flag at the specialist trade fair Fensterbau Frontale in Nuremberg

The leading trade fair for the international window, door and façade industry finished on 29 March – it was a record-breaking event.

Completely unimpressed by the warning strikes in German air travel, over 108,000 trade visitors came to Nuremberg.  This represents an increase of approximately 10 percent from the event in 2012. 1,320 exhibitors from 39 countries presented a large number of innovations from their industries. LiSEC, the machine construction company from Hausmening / Seitenstetten, was also there.

Klaus Preyler, Regional Sales Manager at LiSEC: "The Fensterbau Frontale trade fair in Nuremberg is very important for us as a large number of our customers also exhibit at this trade fair. In recent years many former pure window manufacturers have also begun to produce insulation glass elements themselves. This step does not just present the affected window producers with a large challenge, but also presents one to us too. The requirements from the window side therefore have a direct impact on the design and optimisation of LiSEC's systems. This involves new special insulating glass components, tailored production sequences, and also the handling and sorting issues between insulating glass lines and window production lines."

"With our presence at the trade fair, LiSEC has shown that it has not only taken market developments into account, but also are able to provide competent answers to the new issues and challenges," Preyler went on.

600450 LiSEC flies the flag at the specialist trade fair Fensterbau Frontale in Nuremberg

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