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12.04.2024  |  786x
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ScrapeTec & Wanggo Gummitechnik at the MAWEV Show in St. Pölten

High visitor numbers and great interest at the Wanggo Gummitechnik stand

Networking hub and knowledge exchange: The MAWEV Show in St. Pölten, Austria is a leading trade fair for construction
for construction machinery, construction equipment and construction vehicles. It gives industry experts the chance to explore the latest technologies. An important platform for knowledge transfer.

ScrapeTec trading was able to gather a large number of customer contacts, exchange experiences and gain new insights. Representatives from large gypsum and cement plants met with exhibitors Scrapetec Trading GmbH and Wanggo Technik. Interest in the latest developments and solutions was noticeably high, as the companies presented their innovations and demonstrated ways to increase efficiency in the industry.

Wanggo Technik is a company in Austria that specializes in the development and production of technical solutions for various industries. Satisfied customers are their industry recognition. Products and solutions are tailored to the individual requirements of their customers.

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