Coneco Expo and concurrent exhibitions drew 150,000 visitors

More than 150,000 people were reported to have visited the 31st Coneco building industry expo along with the 20th Racioenergia expo and four other specialised exhibitions, all of which were held in Bratislava last week. The fairs and exhibitions opened their doors at the Incheba Expo Arena on March 23 and closed on March 28. The Coneco expo focused on the construction, repair and modernization of apartments, houses and other buildings with an emphasis on saving energy, as indicated by the slogan 'Energy is More Precious Than Gold'. Visitors had the chance to view materials, products, technologies and innovations aimed at helping to save energy, especially building materials, heating-insulation systems and facade modification. A total of 636 companies and professional organizations from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Lithuania, Germany, Austria and Romania came to hold exhibitions, the TASR newswire wrote.

More than 150,000 people were reported to have visited the 31st Coneco building industry expo along with the 20th Racioenergia expo and four other specialised exhibitions, all of which were held in Bratislava last week.

The fairs and exhibitions opened their doors at the Incheba Expo Arena on March 23 and closed on March 28. The Coneco expo focused on the construction, repair and modernization of apartments, houses and other buildings with an emphasis on saving energy, as indicated by the slogan 'Energy is More Precious Than Gold'. Visitors had the chance to view materials, products, technologies and innovations aimed at helping to save energy, especially building materials, heating-insulation systems and facade modification.

A total of 636 companies and professional organizations from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Lithuania, Germany, Austria and Romania came to hold exhibitions, the TASR newswire wrote.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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