Domotex on pace for successful 2016 show

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Hannover, Germany—Domotex 2016, being held Jan. 16-19 at the Hannover Exhibition Center, is showing signs of a successful turnout. With four months to go, the show is expected to feature about 1,400 exhibitors from more than 60 countries.

“The response from the market has been extremely positive,” said Dr. Jochen Köckler, managing board member, Deutsche Messe. “About 85 percent of the show’s exhibitors will be from outside Germany. They are taking part in Domotex 2016 in order to tap into new export markets.” After Germany, the largest exhibiting nations in terms of leased space are Turkey, India, Belgium, China, the Netherlands and Iran.

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