At the international trade show FSB our international Engo staff met customers, partners, and booth visitors showing them innovations and solutions for the ice arena of the future.
Exhibits and new product names
On our exhibition space of 162 m² we showed our new Engo pack of ice predators: The electric ice edger "IceDingo" (formerly "Minengo") as well as the electric ice resurfacing machines "IcePuma" (formerly "170 SX"), the new model IceWolf CLASSIC and the IceTiger (formerly "230 RT") with the innovative Solid Ice water spraying system. Furthermore, we showed 2 elements of our flexible dasher board "FlexBoard PPS".
Our Engo wolfpack got a new member, the IceWolf CLASSIC. With its level of operator comfort, the scale of equipment and level of electricity, it perfectly extends the other two models IceWolf SMART and IceWolf PRO. With this in-between model, Engo is responding to its customer's demand.
"One highlight of this year was the visit of representatives of the Olympic Committee at our booth to see the ice resurfacing machines that will be used for the Olympic Winter Games in 2022 in Beijing," says Markus Profanter, CEO of the Engo Ltd. Another special guest visiting our booth was the head of the Department of Sports of the city of Moscow. He took the opportunity to gain an overview of our three product categories.
FSB 2019 in figures:
The FSB is the global industry gathering for public spaces, sports and leisure facilities. Decision-makers working in architecture, local authorities, as well as clubs and associations, were visiting the exhibition space covering 60,600 m² and hosting 565 companies from 43 countries. Around 28,000 trade visitors from 128 countries attended the co-located events aquanale and FSB. International visitors accounted for 67 percent.
At Engo the staff is already looking forward to the next FSB in 2021: "These 4 trade fair days were very intensive and successful for us. We enjoyed meeting long-standing customers and partners as well as making new contacts. In two years, we will come back again.", adds Profanter.