A new event dedicated to microtechnology was announced today by MCH. It will take place in Lausanne between Siams and EPHJ/EPMT 2012 and illustrates well the dynamism of Switzerland in term of microtechnology.
Pierre-Yves Schmid former director of SIAMS is now in charge of LAUSANNETEC.
This new trade fair for microtechnology, high-precision technology for watchmaking and jewellery, medical technologies and electrotechnic industries in French-speaking Switzerland is called LAUSANNETEC and will take place from 22 to 25 May 2012.
Beaulieu Lausanne will host its microtechnology and high-precision technology trade fair. The main players as well as national and international decision-makers in industries employing watchmaking and jewellery expertise, medical technologies and electrotechnic are expected to attend and take advantage of an innovative communication platform designed especially for them.
Large experience to the service of exhibitors
The trade fair management team led by Pierre-Yves Schmid (former director of SIAMS in Moutier) has already begun to work on the design of LAUSANNETEC. Companies attending this innovative trade fair in Lausanne will find a highly effective communication platform set up in accordance with the high service quality standards and requirements of the MCH Group in Basel.
Cooperation with the MCH Group, an international group which organises major trade fairs, including Swisstech, Prodex and BASELWORLD, the branch’s international flagship event, will allow LAUSANNETEC to benefit both from the reach of these fairs and from the only network of its kind in Switzerland and worldwide. LAUSANNETEC will build on these assets, and will hold a ground-breaking event that gives key players from microtechnology and high-precision technology sectors the opportunity to meet under one roof.