Club of Metalworking card allows you free public transport within Hannover.
Even though the floor planning for EMO Hannover 2019 is still in full swing, the trade fair’s organiser VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association) has already published the first details.
In September, the biggest change in the area plan will be found in halls 8 and 9. Both halls, perfectly located between the South and East 3 entrances, will be newly used and act as a link between halls 11 and 7. This way, the south-east corner of EMO Hannover will be significantly upgraded.
In terms of exhibition content, hall 8 will house the areas of mechanical components and waste disposal, as well as industrial electronics, robotics and industry 4.0. The industrial electronics, robotics and industry 4.0 section will continue in hall 9, where also additive manufacturing, IoT in production and the startup area will adjoin. For the first time, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy’s founder’s prize for digital innovations will also be awarded here with a special prize for “digital innovations in production technology” worth 10 000 euros. Exhibitors of forming technology will also be changing halls – in 2019, they will be found in hall 16.
CLICK HERE to download a PDF of the area plan.
Even though changes in hall occupancy are still possible and the floor plan will continue for a few weeks, the world’s leading trade fair for metalworking is increasingly taking shape.
Club of Metalworking: Sign up to enjoy benefits such as free travel in Hannover
In summer 2018, EMO Hannover’s organiser VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association) founded the Club of Metalworking. Membership is free of charge and is open to all experts in production technology, from the apprentice to the CEO. Club members enjoy numerous advantages at EMO Hannover, including free wardrobe, free use of local buses and trains and a free season ticket for EMO Hannover. Moreover, they enjoy free entry to the Club of Metalworking lounge and receive a newsletter with information about the world of metalworking and international metalworking trade fairs.
Particularly attractive in the run-up to EMO Hannover the discussion board on the club’s website www.clubofmetalworking.com which invites you to find like-minded people to plan joint trade fair activities. Also, available hotel rooms can be offered to other trade fair visitors who were less successful in finding a room – even after the cancellation period has expired.
A full list of the club’s benefits can be found on the website www.clubofmetalworking.de. Just register as a member using the registration form and you can use the club‘s offer shortly thereafter.
Trade Fair Tours / Metalworking News tour
As with previous EMO exhibitions and many other international exhibitions Trade Fair Tours offers you individual packages, tailored to your requirements. You can either take up the full package or an accommodation only option.
For more information contact Peter Stephenson on the details below. Booking forms can also be downloaded from the website.