Worldwide presence for Fischer Connectors in April

Stockholm, Las Vegas, London, Hannover and Grenoble. These are just five of the cities where Fischer Connectors joined an exhibition with a booth in April 2014.

This shows that our company, a worldwide leader in circular push-pull connectors, is operating all around the planet.

Kista, ten kilometers north of Stockholm, is the largest corporate area in Sweden. Companies such as Ericsson and IBM Svenska have their headquarters based in Kista and it was therefore no surprise that S. E. E. the most important electronic exhibition in Scandinavia took place here. Fischer Connectors welcomed its (potential) clients at its corporate booth, showcasing the new Fischer UltiMate™ Series 07 and all other premium connectors.

The new Fischer FiberOptic Hybrid connector solution was the star in the Fischer Connectors’ booth at the National Association of Broadcasters convention (NAB) in Las Vegas. In addition to demonstrating the unique field-cleaning capabilities of the entire Fischer FiberOptic line, the team of Fischer Connectors USA was also able to show the Triax Pro+, the Fischer Core Series and the Fischer UltiMate™ series of innovative broadcast connector solutions. Fischer Connectors’ products could be seen on cameras and equipment in several booths at NAB, including ARRI, AbleCine, Vision Research, and FIS Blue.

London’s Olympia was the host of the Counter Terror Expo, one of the most important security exhibitions in the world. Fischer Connectors was not only present with a booth showcasing many security applications, but its connectors were also shown products of leading security companies at this exhibition. With almost 10,000 professional visiting Counter Terror Expo, the presence of the Fischer Connectors’ UK team has been very successful.

During the month of April, Fischer Connectors also has its booths at the famous Hannover Messe in the north part of Germany and the Simtec Expo in Grenoble, France. In 2014, Fischer Connectors is present at over 50 exhibitions worldwide.