Trade fairs organized by Messe Brasil drive good business and the exchange of knowledge and technology. The events are continually evolving with the support of business entities and the intense participation of leading corporations from the industrial sector, making them benchmarks in their respective areas.
Know a little more about our fairs.
National Trade Fair and Congress of Plastic Technology Integration.
Interplast brings together a wide range of companies from various sectors of the plastics industry, from several states of Brazil and other countries. It is held in the second largest plastics market in South America, a region which houses a significant number of global brands as well as producers of a wide range of applications for the automotive, white goods, construction, furniture, cosmetics and personal care, pharmaceutical, packaging and household utility industries
The EuroMold reaches South America
Messe Brasil, one of the leading organizers of technical events aimed at Brazilian industry, and DEMAT, one of the most renowned private enterprises for organizing trade fairs in Germany, announced the creation of a joint venture to hold EuroMold Brazil –Fair for Moldmaking, Tooling and Design, scheduled to debut in Brazil in 2012. The event follows the standards of EuroMold, the largest international fair for the segment, held annually in Frankfurt in December. DEMAT also organizes and promotes AmeriMold in Chicago – USA, AfriMold in Johannesburg – South Africa, Die&Mould Int. Exhibition in Chennai – India, RosMould in Moscow – Russia and AsiaMold in Guangzhou – China.
International Fair and Congress on Technology for Foundry, Steel Mills, Forging, Aluminum and Services
This fair has already established itself as one of the major events on the industry's calendar. It is held in the second largest center for casting in Brazil, where the largest foundry in Latin America is located and also one of the most advanced in the world.
Fair and Congress of Energy - Technology, Infrastructure and Energy Efficiency
Due to the erection of large sized corporations, and to the improvement of all the infra-structure in Brazil, that is being carried out by the government and by private corporations, the necessity for enlarging the energetical network, in all aspects, is an assurance that already comes demanding heavy public and private investments in this sector. To mention only in the government level (PAC-2), there is a forecast for R$ 136,6 billions in investments. The growth and the force of the brazilian energy market, is already an international distinction, being possible to foresee that Brazil will become one of the most important players in this sector in a short time.
International Fair and Congress of Technology, Machines, Equipment, Automation and Services for Metal-Mechanical Industries.
Intermach gathers at the fair, suppliers, potential buyers, industry professionals, partners and a highly qualified technical public. It is the leading trade fair of machinery and equipment for the metalworking industry in southern Brazil and is held in one of the strongest markets of the segment in the country.
FeirCivil Construction Fair and Congress.
Intercon, linked to the sector's entities in Latin America, has been expanding the market, promoting meetings and business for the construction industry, in addition to bringing together domestic and foreign entrepreneurs. The parallel events embrace the entire sector, from academia to business, converging into opportunities and development. It is held in southern Brazil, the second largest industrial center in the country.
Metal Mineração: National Metalworking and Mining Industry Exhibition & Congress.
The Metal Mineração tarde show consolidated as a driving force for the economy and technology of metalworking sector and mining as well. Presenting innovative solutions for the visiting companies and thus generating a large volume of business.
The host city of the event is Criciúma. The region has more than 1.200 companies in the metalworking sector that have a total turnover of more than R$ 3 bilion per year. It is also an important mining pole, with emphasis on coal, on which the state of Santa Catarina is responsible for 39% of the Brazilian production reaching more than 3 million tons per year.