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Coneco Expo and other exhibitions begin in Bratislava

The annual Coneco Expo building industry exhibition, along with four other specialised expositions – Climatherm, Conecoinvest, Racioenergia and Stavebna Mechanizacia – opened in Bratislava on Tuesday, March 27.

The annual Coneco Expo building industry exhibition, along with four other specialised expositions – Climatherm, Conecoinvest, Racioenergia and Stavebna Mechanizacia – opened in Bratislava on Tuesday, March 27.

Coneco Expo is primarily focused on the building, repair and modernisation of houses and apartments. The exhibition will feature the latest innovations in the building sector and concentrate especially on ecology and sustainable resources, as reflected in this year's slogan: 'From energy saving to permanent sustainability,' the TASR newswire wrote.

Some 500 companies and professional organisations from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, China, France, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Spain and Italy are presenting their products at the show.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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