Asansör Istanbul

ASANSOR Istanbul 2015 sets new records!

Exhibitor space bookings are a massive 70% up compared to the equivalent period for the previous event.

Turkey, a leading manufacturer and supplier of lift and elevator technologies and companents, will once again play host to ASANSOR Istanbul, one of the  World’s biggest exhibitions in this sector.

Organised once every 2 years, ASANSOR Istanbul 2015 will be the 14th edition in this highly successful series and will again be actively supported by AYSAD, the Turkish Association of Lift and Escalator Industries. AYSAD are a member of the European Lift Association (ELA) which ensures that the exhibition reflects both local and international industry trends and innovations.

ASANSOR Istanbul 2015 will take place from 26-29 March 2015 at the Tüyap Exhibition and Congress Center in Istanbul. Organised by IFO Fuarcılık, a member of the international Tarsus Group,  Zekeriya Aytemur, Managing Director of IFO stated “The 2015 edition will clearly reflect that ASANSOR Istanbul is the priority trade event for both the leading domestic and global suppliers attracting pavilions from Germany, China and Italy. With over 500 exhibiting companies from 30 countries anticipated, the show will provide a comprehensive display of the latest and most innovative products from Europe, Middle East, the Americas and Asia”.

When last held in 2013, ASANSOR Istanbul attracted nearly 27,000 trade visitors coming from 72 countries. The organizer is forecasting some 28,000 professional buyers and specifiers will attend the 2015 edition coming mainly from Turkey, the wider Eurasian region, CIS, Balkans, Middle East and North Africa.

 Now counted as one of the top 3 global events in this sector, ASANSOR Istanbul 2015 will through the exhibition and accompanying technical programs, address many of the industry’s key issues and set the agenda for  the international lift sector.

For further information about ASANSOR Istanbul 2015, please visit the official website at www.asansoristanbul.com.