9/2/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

Euroblech 2016 Releases Online Show Preview

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The organizers say that this edition of the sheet metal technology trade show features a larger venue and many new exhibitors.

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Euroblech, the international sheet metalworking technology trade show, has released its online show preview providing an overview of the range of products and services to be displayed there October 25-29, 2016, in Hanover, Germany. According to the organizers, some 1,550 exhibitors from 40 countries have booked their stands.

Accessible at euroblech.com, the show preview includes detailed information on many exhibitors and their products. In preparation for their visit, users will be able to sort exhibitor entries by product categories or halls in order to create a personalized version. For the first time, a new function enables the user to share entries via several social media channels.

According to Nicola Hamann, managing director of show organizer Mack Brooks Exhibitions, many exhibitors have booked bigger booths for this edition of the show, and 20 percent of the total number of exhibitors are new to the show. “This shows that the overall situation of the sheet metal working industry is very positive,” she says. “Initiated by new technical developments, such as Industry 4.0, companies are now planning ahead in order to upgrade their production processes and to achieve a competitive advantage.”

One of the show’s main focuses is how the sheet metal industry is implementing smart manufacturing concepts. 

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