Geographical hotspot for OEMs

Charlotte to host Fastener Fair USA

kf - Tuesday, February 11, 2020    

Charlotte to host Fastener Fair USA
Photo: Mack Brooks Exhibitions

Charlotte can be seen as a geographical hotspot for major OEMs, and their sprawling network of hundreds of tier 1 and tier 2 distributors and suppliers. As such, it has been chosen as the host city for the upcoming edition of Fastener Fair USA, running from May 18 to 20, 2020 at the Charlotte Convention Center by organiser Reed Exhibitions. Fastener Fair USA for 2020 will tap into Charlotte's dominance in production with a plant tour taking place mid-afternoon as part of the day-long conference pre-expo on May 18. The tour is included as part of the conference registration, with a shuttle service provided to and from the convention centre. "By including a plant tour in the 2020 Fastener Fair USA, participants will experience real-world impact of the fasteners they produce, add value to, and distribute," said Carroll Henning, Fastener Fair USA show manager. On May 19, the opening day of the Exhibit Hall, Fastener Fair USA participants can also plan for a social evening, with a chance to network, entertain VIPs and look under-the-hood of some of stock racing's greatest engineering achievements, drivers and crew teams during the Welcome Party at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Fastener Fair USA, North America's fastest-growing exposition for the fastener industry, is designed to offer something for the entire fastener industry supply chain and has chosen "Holding Industry Together" as this year's show theme.


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