Working with an area of just under 200 m², JUNKER used a new, interactive booth concept to represent itself as a modern, fast-growing company. Throughout the six days of the tradeshow (April 11-16, 2011) we saw high demand for our grinding machines. “This encourages us to expand our activities in China and continue improving,” says Roger Kleffmann, Chief Representative Officer in China.
The principles behind JUNKER grinding technology were made accessible to the public both through in-person discussions with our experts and using multi-media grinding stations.
This year, we were able to more than triple our number of visitors as compared with the CIMT 2009. “It’s especially great to hear a lot of visitors say that JUNKER is not only a technological leader but also offers excellent service and support,” summarized Roger Kleffmann. “The number of new prospective customers wanting detailed information about the latest grinding technologies also far surpassed our expectations.”
The JUNKER grinding machine portfolio includes not only cylindrical and non-cylindrical grinding machines but also centerless machines and tool grinders. This makes JUNKER a one-stop shop capable of providing entire production lines tailored to customer specifications and to always employ the solutions that best suit our customers’ needs.
With over 1,000 employees and 12 different locations,
the JUNKER Group is represented all over the globe and works to ensure that its
customers always have the most efficient grinding applications at their
disposal. Our grinding machines for
engine components such as crankshafts, camshafts and drive shafts are
particularly sought after. Management’s
evaluation of the show was thoroughly optimistic: “The CIMT has provided
excellent leads for further projects in the coming months.”