Nine Halls of Blechexpo 2023 Are Already Fully Booked

Date: 23/05/2023
Categories: Fairs and events
Visitors at the entrance of Blechexpo

Blechexpo 2023 will be held jointly with Schweisstec from 7th to 10th November in Stuttgart.

The trade fair promoter P. E. Schall has announced that nine halls of Blechexpo 2023 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre (Germany) are already fully booked. The 16th edition of the trade fair dedicated to sheet metal working will be held jointly with the 9th Schweisstec – the international event for joining technology – from 7th to 10th November. The duo will allow exhibitors to present modern and forward-looking sheet metal technologies and showcase entire process sequences.

“Interest in Blechexpo/Schweisstec is once again enormous. Most exhibitors booked again immediately after the last event in 2021 and even requested additional booth floor space for 2023 as well. Tremendous interest in the exhibition, strong dynamics within the industry sector and important future issues is how we sum up the current mood. On the whole it can be observed that process automation is being driven further and further in the field of sheet metal working,” has declared Georg Knauer, the project manager of Blechexpo/Schweisstec. “Expert visitors at Blechexpo/Schweisstec experience the entire process chain for sheet metal. Suppliers and investment decision-makers meet on an equal footing with direct practical relevance in a working atmosphere.”

The range of topics covered includes efficient processes for modern laser technology, fully automated robotic sheet metal processing machines, precision tools and systems for punching, bending, braking and forming, as well as innovative micro-waterjet cutting technologies.

The supplementary programme will include the ‘best-Award 2023’ and the ‘Blechexpo Steel Convention 2023’. Moreover, the “futureSteel” congress has also been scheduled for the second day, focusing on the future of the steel industry and the issue of sustainability. Visitors will also be provided with the opportunity of gathering more in-depth information about the product and service portfolios of individual companies, as well as their technological expertise and process know-how. Beyond this, research institutes will present their projects in theory and in experimental practice.

In order to provide trade visitors with the best possible thematic overview, as well as an efficient visit, the organisers have structured the layout of the event in a targeted manner. Sheet metal, pipe and profile processing will be located in halls 1, 3, 5 and 9. Halls 4 and 6 will be reserved for stamping technologies, while cutting, joining and fastening technologies will be presented in hall 7. On the other hand, hall 8 will focus on pressing and forming technologies. Finally, the issues of steel and metal services, as well as surface finishing technology, will be addressed in hall 10.

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