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denkmal and MUTEC Fairs climb to new heights – With an extremely successful 14,200 visitor record, the 13th Leading European trade fair denkmal and the parallel international trade fair MUTEC ended on 10 November 2018. "With an enormous response from exhibitors, visitors and experts from Germany and abroad, denkmal was able to further expand its position as the leading European trade fair this year. It is undoubtedly the technical linchpin for the preservation of Europe's cultural heritage and this year provided strong economic and political impetus," explains Markus Geisenberger, Managing Director of Leipziger Messe. "Together with MUTEC, which has established itself as an important date for museum and cultural facility operators, denkmal forms a trade fair network for cultural heritage and cultural assets that is unique in Europe". This year, the trade fair association recorded an all-time high with over 550 exhibitors from 20 countries.
denkmal 2018: Bundled international expertise in monument conservation and restoration – This year's denkmal will once again be a magnet for international specialist expertise and a source of inspiration for heritage conservation in Germany and abroad, attracting exhibitors, visitors, conference programmes and the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018. For the 13th time in 2018, the leading European trade fair is an indispensable business and information platform focusing on the transfer of European culture and knowledge on the preservation of cultural heritage across borders. From November 8 to 10, exhibitors from 19 countries will be presenting their range of products and services as well as country-specific specialist knowledge in Leipzig. The international conference programme, which is rightly regarded as the most comprehensive advanced training event in the entire sector, comprises more than 150 events.
denkmal 2018: Craft unifies traditional skills and modern methods – For the conservation of cultural assets worth preserving, it is not only suitable building materials and materials that are needed, but also trained specialists who have experience in dealing with historical objects. As Europe's leading trade fair for conservation, restoration and old building renovation, denkmal unites numerous craftsmen and restoration specialists In Leipzig from 8 to 10 November 2018. From large restoration companies to specialists from various trades to masters of traditional craft techniques - all of them showcase their services.
denkmal 2018: Innovation meets tradition – It takes a team of monument curators, restorers, specialist craftsmen, structural engineers and architects to build within an existing building. Everyone who works on historic and protected buildings are dependent on building materials, furnishings and fixtures that reflect the historical characteristics of the buildings. The leading European trade fair denkmal covers almost the entire product range used in the preservation and restoration of historical monuments. Manufacturers, market leaders, specialised companies and traditional manufacturers use the opportunity to present their tried and true solutions to the professional world. The denkmal is Europe's most important information and business platform for all those involved in the preservation of cultural heritage.