16th International Trade Exhibition of fasteners
22 - 24 October 2019
Russia, Moscow, Crocus Expo, pavilion 1, hall 4
International Trade Exhibition of fasteners


The 16th International Trade Exhibition of fasteners was held in Moscow on 23-25 October 2018.
On October 23–25, the 16th International Trade Exhibition of fasteners FastTec will be held in Hall 4, Pavilion 1 of Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre in Moscow. The event is held by ITE Group, a leading organiser of exhibitions in the Russian market.

The new generation of the capsule anchor system Hilti HVU2 has a very wide range of applications - it can be used to install barrier barriers and noise-proof road screens, mount equipment on the foundation and metal columns, beams and crossbars, railings and balcony fences, road signs,
At the enterprise of ZAO INSTRUM-RAND (Pavlovo, Nizhny Novgorod region) special torque torque electronic torque wrenches (CD) with remote transmission function on the Wi-Fi channel were developed and manufactured. The transfer of information about the assembly or control is delivered to the computer in real time.
In July 2018, fischer, in conjunction with experts from FAA FTS and Eternit, tested FZP II anchors for flush mounting in EQUITONE Linea fiber-cement facade panels with a thickness of 8 mm.
In June 2018, nVent Electric plc, working in the field of solutions for electrical connections and protection, announced the start of sales in Russia. This company was formed in late April 2018 by separation from the Pentair concern.
According to relevant statistics, in January and February 2018 Taiwanese machines were mainly exported to Indian customers (the total value of exports to India is $ 26 million), which makes India the largest buyer country of Taiwan machines.
Specialists of JSC "Askold" (Primorsky region) expand their activities in addition to producing traditional ship armature.
In early 2018, Fischer company was declared the winner by a survey of consumers and employees, and also based on the leader index developed by the University of St. Gallen.
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