NürnbergMesse goes to Tehran
A spirit of optimism in Iran: For the first time NürnbergMesse is participating at an event in the country - at the Do-WinTech from 24 to 27 January 2017 in Tehran.
Last year the news swept through the country like the wind. Following the agreement in the nuclear dispute and the end of most of the sanctions, the doors and windows, which had remained shut for years, are now opening to Iran. NürnbergMesse too is entering the attractive market and participating at Do-WinTech, the leading trade fair for windows and door technology in Iran. "The young population is longing for modernization and the companies are making investments which have been held back for years", said Wolfgang Kranz, Executive Director International at NürnbergMesse, in connection with the signing of a 2Letter of Intent" in Tehran.
Next step towards opening up the Iranian market
Since last year NürnbergMesse has been observing the market activity in Iran, Iraq as well as Azerbaijan through its own international representative, Gostaresh Tejarat FARASOO Ltd., in the Iranian capital. With the signing of a “Letter of Intent”, which is a precursor to the cooperation between Fensterbau Frontale, the world's leading fair for windows, doors and facades, and the Doors & Windows Technology International Exhibition (Do-WinTech), NürnbergMesse is taking the next step towards opening up the Iranian market. With over 90,000 visitors, around 500 exhibitors and 25,000 square metres of rented net space, Do-WinTech is the leading exhibition for window and door technology in Iran. The trade fair is held annually in Tehran and is staged by the Tehran International Trading & Exhibition Corporation (TITEX), one of Iran’s leading exhibition organizers.
European Pavilion powered by Fensterbau Frontale
NürnbergMesse is participating for the first time at the eighth Do-WinTech from 24 to 27 January 2017. What is particularly interesting for companies, who are establishing business relations with Iran for the first time, is participation in a joint presentation or pavilion, the European Pavilion powered by Fensterbau Frontale.