Review with Facts & Figures
The FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2018 was once again able to impress with its outstanding product and information offer and underscored its status as the world's leading trade fair for windows, doors and facades.
More than 110,000 trade visitors from 116 countries (2016: 109) and 1,329 exhibitors (2016: 1,288) from 42 countries (2016: 40) came to the trade fair association with HOLZ-HANDWERK. At the FENSTERBAU FRONTALE, trade visitors were informed about everything related to window-door and façade construction. Topics such as digitization, smart home and automation, energy efficiency, sustainability and design were found at the stands of the exhibiting companies, but also in the accompanying specialist program. Take a look at the lectures FENSTERBAU FRONTALE FORUM, which took place for the first time.
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"FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2018 was like a fireworks show of innovation! We saw an extremely high number of new ideas from the exhibitors and had many intensive conversations, not only with experts from Germany, but also with more experts from the rest of Europe and Asia too."
"We had four successful exhibition days. FENSTERBAU FRONTALE is humming and becoming increasingly international. We were impressed, and so was the audience!"
"Our stand welcomed a lot of visitors throughout the exhibition. And the visitors were well prepared and so the conversations were very constructive. We are already looking forward to the next edition in 2020!"
"Roto Frank AG had its strongest FENSTERBAU FRONTALE to date: The exhibition was a huge success in every respect. With experts from all over the world, it has an excellent international positioning."
"FENSTERBAU FRONTALE proved again that this world-leading trade show for windows, doors and facades is the innovation engine for the industry. Visitors had studied the offerings of the exhibitors intensively in advance and were also familiar with the supporting programme. And so the new FENSTERBAU FRONTALE FORUM received a steady flow of visitors."