parts2clean 5 to 7 October in Stuttgart
Companies from the parts and surface cleaning sector are looking forward to the first physical highlight of the year: from 5 to 7 October, Deutsche Messe stages parts2clean in Stuttgart. With their wide range of products, solutions and services, numerous market leaders from Germany and abroad present their range of application-oriented and cost-efficient cleanliness.
After a Corona-forced pause last year, parts2clean, the leading trade fair for industrial parts and surface cleaning, will return this year to the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre. “Together with our exhibitors, we have decided to stage parts2clean as a physical event again. All companies have a great need to explain their products and solutions to customers in person,” says Olaf Daebler, global director parts2clean at Deutsche Messe. “We also offer companies and visitors who cannot be in Stuttgart an expanded digital offer, but parts2clean clearly emphasises on-site interaction and networking.”
parts2clean focuses on: cleaning systems and alternative cleaning processes; systems and components for cleaning facilities; quality control and assurance; cleaning media; services such as contract cleaning, cleanliness analysis and training; corrosion protection; preservation; packaging and logistics; handling systems and automation solutions; cleaning baskets and workpiece carriers; clean room and clean room systems; research and development; digitalisation.
Each day of parts2clean, Deutsche Messe and the Fraunhofer Cleaning Technology Alliance organise a forum where experts discuss all topics related to industrial parts and surface cleaning, including: the basics and innovations of industrial cleaning processes; challenges from filmic contamination; cleaning for medical and pharmaceutical technology; analytic and technical cleanliness; automation and digitalisation. Electromobility is a new theme in 2021. Admission to the forum is free for parts2clean visitors.
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GrindTec 2020 update
The world’s leading trade fair in grinding technology is increasingly in the focus of international companies
The 300 registrations for the GrindTec 2020 in just under five months speak for themselves, while the leading platform for grinding technology is becoming more and more international. Whereas at the GrindTec 2000 just 15 percent of the 164 exhibitors came from outside Germany, most recent figures showed 45 percent of the 644 companies. The number of countries represented also rose accordingly from 8 to 30. The increasingly intensive development of the markets in Asia has contributed significantly to the internationalisation of the GrindTec at a whole series of trade fairs.
GrindTec: a greater presence at international trade fairs
GrindTec has developed into a known factor in the world of grinding technology. Whether at the Cimes in Beijing, the IMTS in Chicago or the IMTEX in Bangalore, in fact wherever the AFAG and the FDPW are at work, the GrindTec is known and appreciated as the leading trade fair in its sector. The organiser and sponsor will be presenting GrindTec from 18–20 March 2019 in the lecture forum at the Grinding Technology in Tokyo and it will have a booth of its own for the first time.
Even more service for exhibitors and visitors
Although a whole range of new hotels in Augsburg will be available in the coming years, there will always be exhibitors and visitors who prefer staying in nearby Munich. They will now be pleased about a further shuttle bus line. From 17–21 March an additional bus will run between the centre of Munich (bus station) and the exhibition centre in Augsburg. The Munich airport has already been long connected with Augsburg via a shuttle bus line. Timetables are available at www.grindtec.de).
Participation documents for GrindTec 2020 are are available as a download on the GrindTec home page.