A total of 42 companies from the German dental industry will participate at the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) from November 27-30, the most ever. At the 900-sqm German Pavilion in Hall 3E, dental specialists will present state-of-the-art products and customized technologies for the growing global health care market.
This presence at the most renowned trade fair for dentistry and dental technology in the US will be supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA), the Association of the German Dental Industry (VDDI), and Koelnmesse GmbH.
“This will be the biggest presentation of German dental companies to ever take place in North America. It will testify to our many years of close economic relations with the United States,” says Uwe Beckmeyer, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy and Head of the German delegation. Beckmeyer regards GNYDM as an outstanding platform for making and cultivating contacts and working together to create fresh business momentum.
A highlight of the German presentation at GNYDM will be a special show designed as a futuristic research station that will give visitors insights into the latest developments in laboratory technology and practice. At the Science Lab, visitors will be able to interactively discover the high degree of technological skill and the outstanding innovative capabilities of German dental companies and find out about a wide variety of process chains for tooth preservation, tooth replacement, and CAD/CAM.
Representatives of German dental companies will be at the stands to answer questions about the products and technologies. Experts from the German American Chamber of Commerce (AHK) New York and Germany Trade and Invest (GTAI) will also be on hand for discussions.
German dental companies are well organized and globally active under the umbrella of the Association of the German Dental Industry (VDDI). In 2016 VDDI is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and the special show in New York will be a real highlight of its anniversary year.
“We want to celebrate this great event with our friends and partners from North America as well,” says VDDI Executive Director Dr. Markus Heibach. The large number of participants also demonstrates German dental companies’ strong interest in a very attractive market and long-term customer relations that will enable both sides to jointly promote the advancement of dentistry and dental technology.