The world’s largest industrial technologies trade show returns to Hannover Messe May 30 to June 2.
The Hannover Fair, considered by many to be the world’s foremost trade fair for industrial technology, will run May 30 to June 2 in Hannover, Germany. Its lead theme “Industrial Transformation” includes hydraulic and pneumatic technologies on display in the Automation, Motion & Drives exhibit halls, as well as areas devoted to Digital Ecosystems, Energy Solutions, and Engineered Parts. Leading topics include digital platforms, Industry 4.0, IT security and carbon-neutral production.
The Fair, originally scheduled for April, was moved to allow pandemic restrictions to ease. “When we postponed Hannover many people were longing for normalcy,” said Dr. Jochen Köckler, CEO of show organizer Deutsche Messe. “Now, due to the condemnable aggression against Ukraine, we have had to return to another crisis mode.” This will not prevent the Fair from going forward. But the actual topics of Hannover will be brought into sharper focus, he said.
“Recent actions have put us at a turning point. There are rising energy prices, disrupted supply chains, and a major impact on worldwide industrial production. At the same time, combatting climate change has become more important than ever,” he said.
“In view of the current global political situation, the topics at Hannover Fair are more relevant than ever,” continued Köckler. “At the heart of the matter is how we can ensure security of supply and growth in a dynamically changing world — politically, environmentally and economically — while counteracting climate change. Innovative technologies will play a key role in this,” he said.
Under the banner of “Industrial Transformation,” more than 2,500 Hannover Fair exhibitors will supply the necessary products, software and systems to advance sustainability. Not only can the production of virtually all goods be made more resource-conserving and energy-efficient with the help of state-of-the-art machinery and equipment, but solutions from mechanical and plant engineering, electrical engineering, and the software and IT industry can also vastly improve the control processes of complex systems, thus boosting innovation and reducing greenhouse gas emissions around the world.
Most of Hannover’s core exhibitors have returned. They range from large multinational companies such as Siemens and Bosch Rexroth to mid-sized, often family-owned companies like Festo and igus, as well as roughly 100 small start-ups. A list of key fluid power companies is included. They are complemented by major research institutes like Fraunhofer and Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT). The Fair, thus, serves as an ideal platform for networking among such a diverse group of exhibitors, said Köckler.
|Exhibitor Name||Hall||Stand Number|
|Bosch Rexroth||Open Air site||P154|
|Busch Vacuum Solutions||013||D47/1|
|Esmaksan Eser Makina||006||A60|
|ETO GRUPPE TECHNOLOGIES||006||D58|
|GDC Hydrolik Pnömatik||006||A60|
|HP Systems Hidrolik Güc Sistemleri||006||C80/4|
|Istanbul Ticaret Odasi||006||A60|
|J. M. Voith||006||C47|
|KUZU FLEX Metal||006||B78|
|Pnomek Hydrolik Pnomatik Kontrol||011||B63|
|Seal Concept Dichtungen & Hydraulik||006||B57|
|SFB Schwäbische Formdrehteile||004||C03|
|SMS Tork Endüstriyel Otomasyon||006||A60|
|Toros Filtrasyon Teknolojileri||006||A60|
|Ugur Hidrolik Pnömatik||006||A60|
|VDMA Antriebstechnik und Fluidtechnik||006||B57|
|VDMA Fachverband Antriebstechnik||006||B47|
|VDMA Fachverband Fluidtechnik||006||B51|
|Vimpi Viskoz Mayi Pompalari||006||A60|
More than 120 companies from Partner Country Portugal have registered for Hannover Fair 2022. Under the motto “Portugal Makes Sense,” they will present products and solutions for digital transformation, the energy transition and reliable supply chains. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Portugal’s Prime Minister António Costa will jointly open the exhibition.
In addition to the exhibits at the show, attendees can look forward to a first-rate supporting program. The four conference stages cover topics like automation, cloud and infrastructure, analytics and data management, digital platforms, robotics, IT security, artificial intelligence, renewable energies, green hydrogen, energy-efficient and CO2-neutral production, digital energy management, the circular economy and much more. The complete program will not only be available to visitors on-site, but will also stream simultaneously via the Hannover Fair website.
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