【RU】Weldex 2021 post show report

WELDEX 2021, the largest international exhibition for welding materials, equipment and technologies in Russia, was held October 12 through 15, 2021 at Crocus Expo.

The exhibition team decided to celebrate the participants’ contribution to the preparation of the exhibition and invited an expert jury consisting of Nikolai Karasev, General Director AVK ExpoEffect, and Evgeniya Manukovskaya, founder and head of Expomap.ru, the leading aggregator of exhibitions and conferences in Russia and the CIS. The jury had the task of studying the stands of the companies that exhibited at the exhibition and evaluating them in several nominations.

For many years, the Weldex exhibition has been the main event in the calendar of companies and specialists in the welding industry. This year, the exhibition team decided to celebrate and express their gratitude to colleagues who had been participating in the exhibition for 11 years.

Yuri Podkopaev, President of Moscow Interindustrial Alliance of Chief Welders (MMGAS), was awarded for many years of cooperation and professionalism.

In 2022 Weldex will run October 11 through 14.

See you at Crocus Expo!

 

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