It might be too early to call it a "Golden October", but it certainly is a "strong autumn" this far
thanks to several positive and pleasant developments for TAKTOMAT. Our presence at two recent
exhibitions was once more exciting for all of TAKTOMAT and has already led to many promising
projects and hopefully strong long-term partnerships.
Motek 2022 in Stuttgart, Germany (October 4th to 7th, 2022)
It was Motek's 40th anniversary, and TAKTOMAT was delighted to welcome many existing
customers as well as new interested companies. We were particularly thankful for the support
by our international sales team, specifically from Spain, France, Italy and Brazil, as well as by
the presence of sales partners from Hungary and Turkey. In the four days of the trade fair, we
created new bonds and friendships across our international team, which will make us thrive
in the future.
TAKTOMAT's 84 square meters booth, prepped up with elements of Bavarian culture and lighting
technology, was constant magnet for visitors. Our latest and innovative products attracted huge
interest and impressed the many experts in the field. In particular, the new LFA HSP (LFA with
High Speed Performance) is currently the fastest chain based linear transfer system on market,
and yet another sample of TAKTOMAT's world class engineering capabilities.
FMB 2022 in Bad Salzuflen, Germany (October 12th to 14th, 2022)
A little smaller, but by no means less successful, was our appearance at the approved supplier
fair for mechanical engineering in Bad Salzuflen, Germany. Our team at the booth did a great job
of embracing the curiosity and the interest of the numerous visitors. At FMB, we also presented
the LFA HSP linear transfer system as well as the new rotary indexing tables of the RTX series.
New building of the production hall continues to grow
The building of our new company headquarters in Pöttmes is also proceeding according to plan.
After all earthwork and sewerage work on the ground was completed quickly, the fire protection
wall of the new production hall is already at the place, which gives a first pleasant impression
of this remarkable building. It is also nice to see how the associated partition walls are growing
stone by stone every day.