Fensterbau opened its doors to more than 28,000 visitors from over 100 countries this week as the event returned with a ‘summer edition’ following the cautious decision to put back the show through Covid uncertainty.

Over 700 exhibitors from 33 countries laid out their wares in the combined 

Fensterbau Frontale and Holz-Handwerk exhibition, complemented by a supporting programme with topic-specific shows, presentation forums and other programme features.

Elke Harreiß, Director Fensterbau Frontale, said: “Every sector needs a gathering. At exhibitions, industry stakeholders get plenty of opportunities to meet numerous international decision-makers, acquire new customers, see what the competition is doing and close ranks with fellow professionals.

“Digitalisation, sustainability, the lack of skilled personnel, material shortages and rising energy prices are some of the topical issues that dominated the discussions in the halls and various forums. With Fensterbau Frontale in 2024 we will once again be offering our customers the ideal platform to discuss the pressing issues affecting their sector.”

Alongside attendees on site, interested parties who were unable to travel to Nuremberg had the chance to take part in the Fensterbau Frontale Forum online as a live stream. The programme, as well as the guided tours and “Practical guide to digitisation for craftspeople” forum were recorded, and the sessions and presentations are still available at: www.live.frontale.de/en

Fensterbau Frontale and Holz-Handwerk will return to its usual March slot at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg in 2024.

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