Departure to Europe | Honle Group Shines at Hannover Messe in Germany

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    On April 22, the highly anticipated 2024 Hannover Messe in Germany opened grandly. With a history spanning 77 years, Hannover Messe is not only the largest industrial exhibition in the world in terms of exhibition area but also features exhibits with very high technical content. It is recognized as one of the most important platforms for connecting global industrial design, manufacturing, technology application, and international trade. As the world's leading industrial trade fair, this year's exhibition attracted business representatives and experts from around the globe.

    Honle Group, as one of the exhibitors, showcased a series of self-developed products, including energy storage equipment, energy-efficient transformers, high and low voltage switchgear, deeply integrated pole-mounted circuit breakers, and other power transmission and distribution products. These exhibits drew the attention of many power industry experts. Some of the products were highly favored by the visitors, who inquired about prices, delivery times, and showed a strong intention to purchase on the spot.

    During the exhibition, the Honle exhibition team not only presented their products and technologies but also actively engaged in in-depth discussions with other exhibitors, industry experts, and customers to explore future development trends and challenges in the electrical power sector.

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