World’s biggest metalworking trade fair


EMO Hannover, the world’s leading metalworking trade fair, will be held from September 19-24 next year.

Exhibitors from more than 60 nations, including Australia, will have products and services on display.

“No other event offers its visitors added value comparable to what this, the world’s leading metalworking trade fair, provides,” said Dr Detlev Elsinghorst, General Commissioner of EMO Hannover 2011.

The exhibition covers the entire spectrum of modern metalworking technology.

It features the latest machines and efficient technical solutions, product-related services and sustainability in manufacturing.

The main focus of this year’s exhibition is on cutting and forming machine tools, manufacturing systems, precision tools, automated material flow, computer technology, industrial electronics, and parts and accessories.

The last show in 2007 attracted 2,120 exhibitors and 166,500 trade visitors from more than 60 countries.

Registration documents for EMO Hannover 2011 have been sent to more than 60 countries worldwide. The registration deadline for exhibitors is December this year.

For the first time, exhibitors can also register online at:

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