At DIAM, the KLINGER Group presented three of its subsidiaries: KLINGER Kempchen, KLINGER Fluid Control and KLINGER Schöneberg. The "Deutsche Industriearmaturen Messe", abbreviated as DIAM, took place from November 4 to 5 in Bochum, Germany.
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The German Industrial Valves Exhibition (DIAM) took place in Bochum, Germany, on November 4-5, 2015, and presented innovative high-tech products and networking opportunities.
Thematically, DIAM focuses on industrial valves, actuators, accessories and installation engineering. In addition, the fair offers its participants a dual character: on the one hand, innovative high-tech products are exhibited, on the other hand, the event impresses with opportunities for networking, lectures, the exchange of ideas and potential contacts.
KLINGER Kempchen, KLINGER Fluid Control and KLINGER Schöneberg exhibited their latest products at DIAM. Kempchen Dichtungstechnik with its focus on sealing solutions, KLINGER Fluid Control with its valves for fluid control and KLINGER Schöneberg with a wide range of industrial valves, offered a comprehensive selection of technical solutions for the industrial valves sector.
DIAM provided an opportunity for companies to showcase their innovative products in a leading exhibition for the industrial valves industry and to exchange ideas with other companies. With its great diversity of exhibitors and participants, DIAM demonstrated the importance of exchange and networking in the industry.
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