| 22. August 2017 |
Autumn trade fair highlights: QUNDIS presents its products at HeiKo and at international fairs
Erfurt metering equipment manufacturer QUNDIS is rounding off its trade fair year with participation in HeiKo in Kassel, European Utility Week in Amsterdam, HVAC&R in Teheran and Interclima+Elec in Paris.
At the end of the trade fair year QUNDIS GmbH is travelling as far and wide as at the beginning, with four major trade fairs on the programme in the autumn of 2017. In addition to participation in HeiKo, Germany’s foremost domestic trade fair for independent heat cost billing companies, the producer of metering equipment is continuing to drive forward the internationalisation of its operations by taking part for the first time in the Interclima+Elec fair in Paris.
HeiKo 2017 in Kassel − domestic trade fair highlight
HeiKo is the most important trade congress for independent metering services in Germany. From 28 to 29 September 2017 more than 30 exhibitors and 500 trade visitors will gather in Kassel for the trade fair and conference, which takes place every two years. At its stand in Hall 3 QUNDIS will be showcasing its latest product and system developments for the intelligent recording of heat and water consumption. In addition Klaus Hummel will be making a presentation on the subject of “Fully automated remote meter readout” within the context of the revision of the European Energy Efficiency Directive. The talk by the long-standing QUNDIS expert will take place at 13.15 on 28 September. All the information on HeiKo and on the presentation by Klaus Hummel is available here.
Interclima+Elec in Paris − driving forward internationalisation
Interclima+Elec is France’s leading trade fair for energy-efficient construction, and attracts more than 300,000 visitors and around 250 exhibitors. Visitors receive a comprehensive overview of the products and technologies available for energy savings in buildings. From 7 to 10 November 2017 QUNDIS will be participating in the Paris tradeshow for the first time. In the process the metering equipment manufacturer is continuing the development of its internationalisation strategy and activities on the French market, which began with the opening of its Paris office in 2013. At Stand E169 in Hall 1 visitors will be provided with details of the QUNDIS products and system solutions for the intelligent recording of heat and water consumption. Interclima+Elec is the final date in the QUNDIS 2017 trade fair calendar. More information on the fair is available here.
European Utility Week and HVAC&R in October
QUNDIS will also be prominent at international trade fairs in October 2017. This year European Utility Week – the international trade show for smart energy applications – is taking place in Amsterdam. From 3 to 5 October visitors will have the opportunity to get to know the innovative and pioneering QUNDIS product world at Stand 2C48. All relevant dates and programme information relating to European Utility Week is available here.
Just under three weeks later the QUNDIS team will be appearing in Teheran. At the HVAC&R fair in Iran the focus is on the sanitary, heating and air-conditioning industry. From 25 to 28 October QUNDIS will be presenting its products at Stand B01 in Hall 31A. You will find full details of HVAC&R here.
In Germany QUNDIS GmbH is among the country’s most successful suppliers of devices and systems for the metering and billing of heat and water consumption. In Erfurt the company manufactures products such as heat cost allocators, heat meters and water meters under the label “Made in Germany”. Its customer base includes metering services, OEM partners and the housing industry. Innovation is a central component of the QUNDIS corporate philosophy, which was confirmed at Germany’s 2016 SME Summit when the Erfurt company was awarded the TOP 100 Prize as “Innovator of the Year”. The QUNDIS systems for remote meter reading, which also include smoke alarms, are in use in over 6 million homes in over 30 countries.
For more information please see: www.QUNDIS.com
Press release – August 21, 2017
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