About German Hannover Messe Fair
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What is Hannover Messe?
The Hannover Messe (HM/Hanover Fair) is one of the largest trade fairs. It’s held on the Hanover Fairground in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany. And there are about 6,500 exhibitors and 250,000 visitors every year.
The Hannover Messe started in a factory building in Laatzen, 1947, south of Hanover, by an arrangement of the British military government in order to boost the economic advancement of post-war Germany.
The first fair was colloquially known as Fischbrötchenmesse (Fischbrötchen fair) due to the exemptions in food rationing for the fair at this time. It proved hugely successful. And it was hence repeated on a yearly basis, contributing largely to the success of the Hanover fairground in replacing the then-East German city of Leipzig as the new major fair city for West Germany.
In the 1980s, the growing information and telecommunication industry demanded the organizer Deutsche Messe AG to split the fair. The CeBIT is a successful spin-off of the Hannover Messe.
Nowadays, the Hanover Fair covers all areas of industrial technology.
Our Story with HM
In the year of 2014, IWISS made its debut international trade show in Hannover Messe.
We’re excited to be showcasing, with our partners how we can improve huge wiring and plumbing programs with tiny manual tools.
In the year of 2018, our new brand “iCrimp” was presented in Hannover Messe.
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