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Celebrating the ZOW 10th edition in Moscow
Today, the ground level of the Expocentre`s pavilion 7 welcoming on the very first opening day of exhibition of furniture fittings and accessories ZOW Moscow 2013, saw an impressive flow of trade visitors.
This is just another testimony of the significant level this industry event achieved over a decade by its 10th anniversary in Russia. The exhibition will represent the new furniture fittings and accessories production of BOYARD, BRASS, GTV, Imawell, Lignadecor, Samet, REHAU, Valmax, SLOROS, Eurohim1, and lot of other companies.
The opening ceremony was assisted by ZOW Moscow Director Pavel Tolypin, Clarion Events Deutschland GmbH CEO Horst Rudolph, Director General of Russian Association of Furniture and Woodworking Industry Oleg Numerov, Deputy Head of the Expocentre guest exhibitions department Sergey Gorbachev, and Imawell CEO Yakov Furman.
The beer festival followed in the Forum-Bar of the exhibition venue to stress the spirit of festivity by treating the German expo brand guests with Bavarian traditional food and beverage. The 18th of November is also featured by an exclusive entertaining program – Brazilian carnival.
The accompanying business program includes a series of seminars dedicated to furniture quality control, as well as production issues and the use of laminates. Debates about violation of consumer rights case study was held with members of Center of furniture examination and quality control, Rosstandard technical committee for standardisation, National Chamber of the judicial examination, and an expert in plastics production, Ph.D., Professor Leonid Barash.
ZOW Moscow 2013 at Expocentre is getting the industry specialists together 10:00 to 18:00 on 18-21 November 2013, and 10:00 to 16:00 on the 22nd.