EMO Hannover 2019 – Smart Technologies Driving Tomorrow’s Production

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By early December 2018, 1,780 exhibitors from 41 countries had registered for the upcoming EMO Hannover 2019. Anyone can view the online list of exhibitors at www.emo-hannover.de

Carl Martin Welcker, CEO and President of Alfred H. Schütte GmbH in Cologne, representing EMO Hannover as its General Commissioner.

“We are delighted with the fantastic response that EMO Hannover, the world’s leading trade fair for metalworking, has again received from all sides,” says EMO General Commissioner Carl-Martin Welcker. “The exhibitor directory shows a clear plus in comparison to the last EMO and already reads like a who’s who of the international machine tool industry,” he continues.

Market leaders in all technology sectors, such as DMG Mori, FFG, Mazak, Siemens, Grob, Doosan, Fanuc, Okuma, Makino, Index, GF Machining Solutions, Chiron, Trumpf, SLM, Stratasys, Paul Horn, Iscar, Sandvik, Kuka and many, many more, will be present. New companies are added daily. “It’s also good to see that many exhibitors have increased their stand space and are now even more representative than last time”, says Welcker.

EMO Hannover 2019 will take place from 16 to 21 September under the motto Smart technologies driving tomorrow’s production! A new exhibition area IoT in production underscores its claim to position itself as a platform for networking in production. Dr. Wilfried Schäfer, Managing Director of EMO organiser VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association), explains, “IoT in production provides a complete overview of the central aspects of networking, including data security, data analysis, process monitoring, predictive maintenance, smart data management and much more”.

Dr. Wilfried Schäfer, Executive Director of the VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association).

Many advantages for members of the Club of Metalworking

EMO Hannover 2019 therefore promises to be particularly exciting. This is also attractive for the members of the Club of Metalworking who want to come to EMO. The VDW founded this network for international experts in production technology in May of 2018. “The advantages of a membership are being exploited for the first time at EMO Hannover,” says Schäfer. It is free of charge and offers attractive services. Every member, from skilled worker to managing director, is welcome – in addition to admission tickets, there is an online forum, free public transport tickets for visiting the trade fair, a newsletter and a lounge for club members. Interested parties can register online at www.clubofmetalworking.de.

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