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From April 17th to 21st, 2023, DMH Sealing and Machine Trading GmbH exhibited at the world's leading trade fair of the industry. More than 4,000 exhibitors presented their solutions for a digital, connected, and sustainable industry, and met 130,000 visitors from around the world in Hanover.
After a highly successful trial run in March at ConExpo in Las Vegas, the largest construction and hydraulic trade fair in North America, the new DMH trade fair concept also received a multitude of positive feedback at the fair in Hanover. The new color and lighting concept, combined with state-of-the-art video technology, brought the DMH brand into the spotlight, revolving around the highlight of partially functional 3D models of DMH sealing turning machines.
The innovative Styrian company, which is one of the world leaders in sealing technology, was represented in Hanover by CEO Andreas Hochfellner Jr. and the sales team consisting of Franz Jonke, Otmar Bichler, and Tido Hölling.
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Themed "The middle class is the upper class," the European presentation of the DMH 850 H took place in Hanover. This model is suitable for seals with a turning diameter of up to 850 mm. In general, this all-rounder in the mid-size range impresses not only with precision and speed but also with unbeatable specialization: it is particularly suitable for elastomers, as its programming and turning technology are optimized for elastomer processing. The company, which manufactures semi-finished products in over 50 materials as a complete supplier, also presented two new products from the group of polyurethanes, which are particularly suitable for use in high-temperature environments and pneumatics.
Visitors from Europe dominated the world's leading trade fair this year, although the proportion from Scandinavia was noticeably lower than in previous years. As a general conclusion, it can be noted that automation is the order of the day. This is also emphasized by the high visitor frequency in this exhibition hall. It must be critically noted that the blending of Asian, specifically Chinese, appearances in halls with stands of Western technology companies needs to be questioned urgently, as it adversely affects the overall quality of the fair.
By the way, during a visit to the trade fair, DMH shareholders Andrea and Andreas Hochfellner Sr. were also able to convince themselves of the successful new DMH trade fair appearance.