Fastener Fair Stuttgart postponed until 2023

Fastener Fair Stuttgart 2021, scheduled to take place at the Messe Stuttgart Exhibition Centre in Germany from 9th – 11th November 2021, has been postponed and will instead return to its normal event cycle and run from 21st – 23rd March 2023.

Mack-Brooks Exhibitions has explained that the decision was made due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and following conversations with exhibitors and partners over the past weeks and months.

Liljana Goszdziewski, portfolio director of Fastener Fair Stuttgart, and on behalf of Mack-Brooks Exhibitions, commented: “Following our decision to postpone Fastener Fair Stuttgart, we are pleased to be able to offer our usual event slot in Spring 2023. This early announcement will allow planning security for all participants and it will ensure that the event can continue its critical role in bringing the global fastener and fixing industry together again in 2023.”

The Fastener Fair Stuttgart Team will communicate closely with customers and partners over the coming weeks and months and thank their exhibitors, partners, suppliers and visitors for their continuous support.

In the meantime, Mack-Brooks Exhibitions will run the new digital event, Fastener Fair CONNECT, allowing the international fastener and fixing community to gather in a dedicated online marketplace, which will offer an online showcase and additional networking opportunities for all the industry. From 17th– 18th November 2021, this international fastener get-together will unite all the global Fastener Fair brands, including Germany, Italy, Mexico, USA and India.

Fastener Fair CONNECT will lead the way to a series of roadshow events, planned to run in 2022, which will offer fastener and fixing professionals opportunities to meet and stay connected with the industry. Fastener Fair Italy, already planned from 30th November – 1st December 2022, will be one of the events in the series. Detailed information on dates and locations will be released in due course.


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