Record breaking year for Stuttgart 24 January 2017

Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2017, the world’s leading exhibition for the fastener and fixing industry, has seen a growth of 7% compared to the previous event – with 97% of total available stand spaces sold.

Taking place from 28th – 30th March in Halls 1, 3 and 5 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Grounds, Germany, the new hall positioning has increased the available net exhibition space to 20,500m2. To date approximately 790 companies from 41 countries have secured their stands at the 7th international exhibition for the fastener and fixing industry, including those from Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom. Asian exhibitors mainly come from Turkey, China, India and Taiwan.
The further growth of Fastener Fair Stuttgart demonstrates that the industry outlook is currently rather positive. “At the moment, the fastener and fixing industry is influenced by the developments in the areas of automation and digitalisation in construction as well as lightweight engineering in the automotive industry. These topics offer new challenges for manufacturers of fastener and fixing technology, which are characterised by increased productivity and quality as well as the joining of a variety of materials. The leading trade exhibition offers the perfect opportunity for visitors to discover the latest solutions and discuss the trends in the industry with other experts,” says Liljana Goszdziewski, exhibition director of Fastener Fair Stuttgart, on behalf of organisers Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
Fastener Fair Stuttgart covers all areas of the fastener and fixing industry such as industrial fasteners and fixings, construction fixings, assembly and installation systems, as well as fastener manufacturing technology. The show targets distributors, suppliers, engineers and other industry professionals making it the meeting place for the whole industry. Companies still interested in exhibiting at Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2017 are advised to contact the organisers Mack Brooks Exhibitions as soon as possible, as there is a limited number of stands still available. Further information can be found online.
New visitor brochure available
The new Fastener Fair Stuttgart visitor brochure is now available. It contains important information regarding travel and accommodation, ticket prices and services for visitors. In addition, it includes the latest exhibitor list as well as information regarding the venue. The brochure can be requested via the show website and is available in English and German.
Key facts
Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2017 takes place in Halls 1, 3 and 5 of the Stuttgart Exhibition Grounds in Germany and can be accessed via the East entrance. The venue is well connected to Stuttgart’s city centre which offers a wide range of cultural and leisure activities as well as shopping opportunities and attractive restaurants and bars.
The opening times on Tuesday 28th March and Wednesday 29th March are from 9:00 to 18:00 and on Thursday 30th March from 9:00 to 16:00.
To benefit from favourable prices and quick admission to the halls on-site, visitors can purchase entry tickets online ahead of the show. Entrance tickets cost €28 via the Online Ticket Shop and €40 on-site during the show. Entrance tickets are valid for all three exhibition days.
Travel information
Messe Stuttgart is conveniently located between Stuttgart airport – just a 5 minute walk – and the A8 motorway. Stuttgart offers excellent national and international transport links via plane, car and public transport, providing an easy journey to the exhibition grounds.
To see what products and innovations are at the show, view our company previews here.

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