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Reifen trade show set for May 27-30

Posted on February 19, 2014

The Tire Industry Association (TIA) is sponsoring a U.S. pavilion at the Reifen Tyre Fair in Essen, Germany, May 27-30, 2014.

All U.S. companies are invited to participate in the pavilion, says Karen Vogelsang, executive director of Essen Trade Shows.

She says the international trade show will feature products and demonstrations related to tires, chassis technology, workshop repair equipment, vulcanization, rims and more.

For the first time, the show will take place concurrently with RubberTech Europe, a trade show devoted mainly to rubber processing and rubber production.

For more information on exhibiting or visiting the show, contact Karen Vogelsang at Karen@essentradeshows.com or 914-962-1310.

Related Topics: Karen Vogelsang, Reifen Tyre Fair, RubberTech Europe

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