Delivery World in the center of the latest information technologies: CeBIT 2014
Delivery World's representatives attended one of the largest international exhibitions CeBIT 2014. The show is dedicated to the latest solutions in telecommunication, consumer electronics, Internet and mobile communication and was held from 10 to 14 March in Hannover (Germany). The event first held on 12 March 1986 till now gathers amateurs and professionals in Deutsche Mess AG Hannover. The sector specially provided by event's organizers for trade cooperation between buyers and sellers represents one of the most important segments of the event, being the place where the main business communication of exhibition participants takes place.
CeBIT 2014 especially outlined information products and devices for processing big data volumes. In general the exhibition displayed the latest products of more than 3,400 manufacturers from different parts of the world. The participants could see the latest developments in digital mobile devices, information display, servers and various computer parts. Large number of participants from South East Asia became the main feature of CeBIT 2014.
Delivery World as trusted forwarder for many Russian distributors and wholesale companies regularly performs airfreight of consumer electronics, computers, computer components, telecommunication equipment, and various electronic units to Russia and CIS.
Representatives of Delivery World not only got acknowledged with the industry's novelties on CeBit 2014 but had face to face meetings with their old customers and held negotiations with new potential partners. Due to the new agreements Delivery World is soon to deliver the latest consumer electronics and telecommunication technologies to the Russian market.
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