World’s largest metalworking exhibition opens


The most important event for the world’s metalworking sector EMO Hannover is now open.

About 2000 exhibitors from almost 40 different countries are showcasing the latest products and technology at the Hannover Fairgrounds, Convention Centre, Germany.

The theme for the six-day exhibition is: More than Machine Tools – with a special focus on sustainability.

An EMO conference on Sustainable Manufacturing will be held in conjunction with the exhibition.

Main topics include:

  • Exploring technical solutions for improving the energy and resource efficiency of cutting and forming machine tools and manufacturing processes
  • Efficient plant design and process chains
  • Production planning and manufacturing systems aimed at sustainability

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