As of 2019, Poland is continuously recognized as the 4th largest producer of, among others, screws, nails, bolts or rivets in the European Union (including Great Britain)
According to the report "Fasteners market in Poland in 2019 - 2020 in the face of pandemic", prepared by Dr Marek Łangalis on behalf of Targi w Krakowie, the crisis has not hit the Polish fasteners market hard. When analyzing the current situation, it is worth going back to the record-breaking year of 2019, when the production of fasteners in Poland increased by 9%, imports by 7.3%, and exports by as much as 11% reaching the value of PLN 2.03 billion.
Compared to 2020, it is clear that the differences are not large. The maximum decrease was only 1.5% for the whole year. This is a very good result, because in some countries such as France, Germany, Great Britain or Spain the decrease in export and import of fasteners was from a dozen to even 20%.
The demand for fasteners has been on the rise among Polish entrepreneurs as a result of increased automation, which translates into better performance. FASTENER POLAND® is a trade show that shows the strenght of the industry and responds to its growing needs year after year.
Targi w Krakowie Ltd. invite you to participate in the 5 edition of the International Trade Fair for Fasteners and Fixing Technology,
which will be held on 19 - 20 October 2022 in Krakow
FASTENER POLAND® is the first trade fair of this kind to be held in central and Eastern Europe.
Its main asset is the venue: magical Krakow, a city in the very heart of the country's most industrialized region, couched between Lower and Upper Silesia and the 'Aviation Valley' of the south-eastern Podkarpacie region, and with its many other attractions, continues to rank as the top European outsourcing location.
The great position of Krakow is the outcome of many years of active pro-investment policy and high standards of economic promotion.
The caital of the Małopolska (Lesser Poland) region also hard worldwide rankings of top business and tourist destinations, boasting its unparalleled Market Square and scores of lovely restaurants that will provide some much called-forleisureafter a hard day at the trade fair.