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The Hannover Industrial Fair will receive 60 Mexican companies in 2019

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The Hannover Messe Industrial Fair in Germany will receive in April 2019 around 60 Mexican companies that hope to venture with their technology, products and services in the European market, announced Deustche Messe, the organizer of the firm.

After Mexico was invited as a partner of the country in Hannover Messe this year, national companies that participated have managed to sell positions for 30.8 million dollars, so that now about 60 companies seek to be present at the fair.

This edition was a success for Mexican companies, said Eduardo López, director of events and international relations of Deustche Messe in Mexico, which operates under the name of Hannover Fairs Mexico.

He stressed that more and more Mexican companies are looking to internationalize their products and services to the European market, so that the Hannover fair is an ideal opportunity to achieve this goal, bringing together entrepreneurs and producers around the world in the same area.

"Many businessmen are looking for new products, materials and technology, and Mexico has been distinguished by the quality of its offer at the last exhibition, which makes it attractive for the European market," López said in a statement.

So far, about 60 Mexican companies have started their registration procedures and others are interested in going to Germany, where they will seek to establish new businesses.

The turnover that Mexicans achieved in the latest edition amounted to $ 30.8 million (some 600 million pesos) and more than 1,950 business meetings.

Similarly, seven investment projects with an amount exceeding $ 700 million (14 billion pesos) were attracted.

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