EuroBlech's 25th Show Set for October 2018

The 25th EuroBlech sheet metalworking show, set for October 2018, has at least 1,400 exhibitors lined up from 38 countries.

EuroBlech 2018, the 25th International Sheet Metalworking Technology Exhibition, takes place October 23-26, 2018, at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds in Germany. Around 1,400 exhibitors from 38 countries have already secured their booth space at the show. Currently, major exhibitor countries are Germany, Italy, Turkey, China, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Austria and the United States. This year’s exhibiting companies have already secured almost the same amount of total exhibition space as EuroBlech 2016’s record-breaking net exhibition space of 87,800 square meters.

EuroBlech occurs every two years as an event for design engineers, production managers, quality managers, buyers, manufacturers, technical directors and experts from associations and R&D outfit. It showcases the latest trends and machinery in sheet metalworking. Visitors to this year’s show can expect a spectrum of products and machinery for modern production in sheet metalworking, presented as live demonstrations at the exhibition stands.

The show is intended to reflect digital trends in Industry 4.0 and the Smart Factory with the motto, “Step into the digital reality.”

“The digital transformation is momentarily an important topic in the industry. This requires a close collaboration along the entire value chain, from production control to maintenance,” says Evelyn Warwick, exhibition director of EuroBlech with organizer Mack Brooks Exhibitions. “The biggest challenge for companies in the sheet metalworking industry is to create an intelligent manufacturing environment which is based on the secure exchange of data and the networking of machines and processes. EuroBlech 2018 offers its visitors the possibility of finding solutions for these challenges and connecting with business partners to help them with the integration of these processes, machines and systems into their production.”

The EuroBlech exhibition profile covers 15 technology sectors representing the entire sheet metalworking industry: sheet metal, semi-finished and finished products, handling, separation, forming, flexible sheet metalworking, tube/section processing, joining, welding, additive manufacturing, surface treatment, processing of hybrid structures, tools, quality control, CAD/CAM/CIM systems, factory and warehouse equipment, and R&D.

Further information about the exhibition, travel and accommodation are available on the show website,