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62nd MSV International

Engineering Fair showed where

industry has moved over

the past two years

After last year's break due to the pandemic, the Brno Exhibition Centre once again

hosted the largest Central European fair of industrial technologies. MSV 2021 took

place at an unusual November period and to a limited extent but maintained

its quality and once again demonstrated the most advanced technologies

and phenomena that are changing industrial practices – intelligent robotics,

Internet of Things, 3D printing, corporate data systems and management

by means of artificial intelligence. In the five days of the fair, stands

of 1,016 exhibiting companies from 35 countries were viewed

by more than 35 thousand visitors.

"This time, MSV gears did not fit together

as usual. Despite a number of obstacles

and adverse circumstances, we managed

to prepare the largest engineering trade

fair event in the region of Central Europe

this year. I believe that the next engineering fair will already take place in standard

conditions and to a standard extent," assessed the 62nd MSV Mr. Jiří Kuliš, CEO

of Trade Fairs Brno.

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Despite complicated conditions

at MSV, VIP guests from distant

countries arrived too


Japan and Indonesia presented themselves for the first time at MSV. An Indonesian government and trade delegation. Joint official displays under the auspices of

government or pro-export institutions were also opened at MSV 2021 by Taiwan,

Austria, Poland, France, and Slovakia. The

fair was also attended by ambassadors

and members of the diplomatic corps.

Representatives of the Czech government were also among the VIP guests of

the fair. Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Industry, Trade and Transport Karel Havlíček

and Minister of Foreign Affairs Jakub

Kulhánek discussed with entrepreneurs

at the stands and at the Assembly of the