Skip to main content

EuroBLECH 2022 to show smart future of sheet metal working

After four years, the sheet metal working community is eagerly awaiting EuroBLECH 2022, the 26th International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition, taking place from 25 – 28 October at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds in Germany.

Four months ahead of the show, around 1,300 exhibitors from 39 countries have already secured their stand space. Currently, major exhibitor countries are Germany, Italy, Turkey, China, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Poland, Austria, Portugal and the USA. Exhibiting companies have already secured a net exhibition space of 88,600 square metres.

'A lot of innovations have been developed in the past few years, with a focus on cost and resource efficiency,' says Evelyn Warwick, Event Director of EuroBLECH. 'While digitalisation and Industry 4.0 were topics only large companies were realising at the previous EuroBLECH, these key drivers have now reached the factories of small and medium-sized companies too. Exhibitors at this year’s event will present everything they have on offer to innovate and digitalise the manufacturing process, along the entire sheet metal working technology chain. All these developments are reflected in this year’s motto for EuroBLECH, ‘Your gateway to a smarter future.'

The event will offer everyone in the community the opportunity to come together and see what the future of sheet metal working looks like.

EuroBLECH offers its visitors the possibility to find solutions for the recent challenges in the industry and connects them with businesses from all over the world to help them integrate the latest machinery and software into their manufacturing process. The show is the must-attend event for design engineers, production managers, quality managers, buyers, manufacturers, technical directors and experts from associations and R&D in order to discover the latest trends and machinery in sheet metal working. Visitors to this year’s show can expect the complete spectrum of intelligent solutions and innovative machinery for modern production in sheet metal working, which are presented in form of numerous live demonstrations at the exhibition stands.

'With international travel restrictions to enter Germany from abroad fully lifted, we can’t wait to welcome back our international audience to the world’s leading sheet metal working technology exhibition. Our exhibitors are already busy preparing their participation for the long-awaited return of the show in October. Equally, we are getting a lot of requests from visitors planning their trip and visa', concludes Warwick.

Visitor Information

EuroBLECH is the largest exhibition for the sheet metal working industry worldwide and is the marketplace to discover and source the latest innovative manufacturing solutions. Numerous live demonstrations at the exhibition stands offer trade visitors the opportunity to experience machines and systems from all areas of sheet metal working in action.

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

The exhibitor list, available on the EuroBLECH website, is regularly updated and provides plenty of information on exhibiting companies, such as exhibitor profiles, company videos and contact details. The EuroBLECH e-news, which is sent out frequently ahead of the show, offers the latest news about the event, the exhibitors and the industry sector.

EuroBLECH 2022 will be held in halls 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 26 and 27 at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds in Germany. The opening times are from Tuesday, 25 October 2022 to Friday, 28 October 2022, from 9:00 to 18:00. The ticket shop is now open for visitors to purchase their tickets to the event ahead of the show. International flight connections, as well as the excellent local infrastructure, make the venue in Hanover easily accessible by plane, car and public transport.

Visitors requiring a visa to travel are recommended to start their preparation as early as possible. Further information is available in the Travel hub on the show website, in addition to additional information about the exhibition, travel and accommodation.

Media Partners