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EuroBLECH 2020 adds ninth hall for first time

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The 26th iteration of the biennial international sheet metal working show EuroBLECH will feature an extra exhibition hall when it takes place on 27-30 October in Hannover, Germany.

The additional space brings the total number of halls up to nine for the first time in the show’s history, according to organiser Mack Brooks Exhibitions.

Compared to 2018’s event, which covered a total of 89,800m2, more than 95,000m2 of space has already been booked at this year’s event – an almost 6 per cent increase in stand space.

‘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’, said Evelyn Warwick, exhibition director of EuroBLECH.   

The additional hall – Hall 26 – will host exhibitors of joining technology and fastening technology, as well as exhibitors of surface and tool technology, which were previously located in Hall 13. Hall 13 will now feature exhibitors of separation technologies, flexible sheet metal working technologies, and machine elements and components.

The biggest exhibiting countries this year include Germany, Italy, Turkey, China, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Great Britain and USA.

Smart sheet metal working key focus for EuroBLECH 2020

The latest industry trends, including smart sheet metal working and the automation and digitalisation of the manufacturing chain, will be main topics at this year’s show.

'For exhibiting companies in this industry sector, it is a vital time to present their machines, systems and solutions for networked manufacturing to an international audience,' Mack Brooks says.

EuroBLECH covers the entire sheet metal working technology chain and welcomes visitors from a wide range of industry sectors (see below). The show features a large number of live machine demonstrations, and is frequently used by international sheet metal working professionals to find smart solutions and the right machines, equipment and materials for their companies. A total of 56,307 international trade visitors attended the show in 2018.

Laser firms that exhibited at the last EuroBLECH included, amonst others: Amada, BLM Group, Bystronic, Fraunhofer ILT, Laserline, Laservision, Messer Cutting Systems, and Trumpf.

To see the EuroBLECH 2020 technology sectors by hall, click here.

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