Wednesday, February 12, 2020

EuroBLECH 2020announces additional exhibition hall


February 2020

New Hall 26 of Hanover exhibition grounds to host exhibitors ofjoining technology as well as surface and tool technology
The 26thedition of the International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition, EuroBLECH 2020, will take place from 27 – 30 October 2020 at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds in Germany. The show organisers, Mack Brooks Exhibitions, have now announced the expansion of exhibition space for EuroBLECH 2020 with the addition of a ninth hall for the first time in its history. This reflects a further increase in exhibition space compared to the previous event in 2018, which covered a total of 89,800 square metres.
“Around nine months ahead of the show the demand for stand space continues to be very strong”,explains Evelyn Warwick, Exhibition Director of EuroBLECH, on behalf of the organiser Mack Brooks Exhibitions. “With the directly neighbouring hall 26, we are now able to offer additionalstand space for the exhibition to meet the demand of exhibitors to display their latest machines in the various technology sectors. The additional hall will host exhibitors of joining technology, as well as surface and tool technology, which have previously been located in hall 13.The ninth hall is giving us the possibility to assign stand space to additional exhibiting companies within the entire sheet metal working technology chain represented at EuroBLECH. The growth to a ninth exhibition hall reflects the increasing demand for stand space at the leading industry event and offers even more capacity for businesses to present their innovations to an international audience”, continues Evelyn Warwick.
Currently,more than 95,000 square metres of net exhibition space have been booked or reserved at the world’s leading sheet metal working technology exhibition. This represents an increase of almost 6% in stand space compared to the previous show in 2018.The biggest exhibitor countries include Germany, Italy, Turkey, China, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Great Britain and the USA.
Smart sheet metal working key focus for this year’s show
For EuroBLECH 2020, the main topics represent the latest industry trends, including smart sheet metal working as well as automation and digitalisation of the manufacturing chain, with the objective to increase output and efficiency. For exhibiting companies in this industry sector, it is a vital time to present their machines, systems and solutions for networked manufacturingto an international audience.
Every two years, the world’s largest sheet metal working technology exhibition attracts top industry professionals from all over the world. The show targets specialists at all management levels in small and medium-sized companies as well as large enterprises from all key industry sectors. Featuring an enormous amount of live machine demonstrations, EuroBLECH is renowned with international sheet metal working professionals as the most important event to find smart solutions and the right machines, equipment and materials for their companies. A total of 56,307 international trade visitors attended the previous show.
EuroBLECH 2020 will be occupying halls 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 26 and 27 at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds in Germany. The exhibition is the ideal platform for exhibitors to present their conventional machines and systems as well as latest technologies. The EuroBLECH exhibition profile is clearly structured and covers the entire sheet metal working technology chain:sheet metal, semi-finished and finished products, handling,separation, forming, flexible sheet metal working, joining, welding, tube/sectionprocessing, surface treatment, processing of hybrid structures, tools, machine elements, quality control,CAD/CAM/CIM systems, factory equipment and research & development. The organisers recommend companies interested in exhibiting to reserve their stand space as soon as possible in order to be placed within their respective technology sector.
The latest exhibitor list as well as further information on the exhibition is available at

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