Syncro at IAA in Hannover 2016

From now until the 29th September, Syncro System will be at Stand F30 in Hall 13 of the Hannover Exhibition Centre to display its products at the 66th edition of IAA Commercial Vehicles, Europe’s top event for the commercial vehicle sector.

“Driven by ideas”: Syncro System moves into the future at Hannover

Syncro System has always been ahead of the competition and up to date with the latest ideas and technologies. Proof comes in Syncro’s active participation in an exhibition that, in its last edition in 2014, attracted a total of 2066 exhibitors from 45 different countries, and was closely reported by the press of 58 nations.

IAA: 100 years of history

Taking part in IAA Hannover means entering into the history books of Europe’s car and van industry. The first edition took place as far back as 1897, when only 8 models were on show. Constant growth in the number of visitors over the decades forced the organisers to split the exhibition into two separate sections in 1991: the car show is now held in Frankfurt in odd years, while the commercial vehicles show is held in Hannover in even years.

IAA Commercial Vehicles: everything for a growing industry, from new vans to new racking systems

Suppliers and constructors jostle for places to exhibit at the world’s most important show for mobility, transport and logistics, and ensure virtually complete coverage of the entire supply chain.

Technical details for visitors to Hannover

Experts from the Syncro Group will be waiting at the Syncro stand (F30, Hall 13) to provide visitors with whatever information they need about the custom racking, storage and accessories that Francom manufactures in Italy and distributed throughout Europe, Russia, South America and Oceania. Visitors will also be able to see for themselves a number of vans fitted out as mobile workshops especially for the event. The Commercial Vehicles Show is held in Hannover’s Exhibition Centre di Hannover and is open to the public from 09:00 to 18:00 from the 22nd to the 29th of September.