Processing tech for tomorrow’s megatrends

1st November 2018

The next PowTech will take place from 9 to 11 April 2019 at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany.

Innovations and new approaches for the processing industries will take centre-stage in six exhibition halls. Powder and bulk solids experts from around the world are invited to see the technology and solutions offered by exhibitors live in action. Two forums and an interactive knowledge zone provide expert knowledge for the food, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, glass and ceramics, non-metallic minerals and recycling segments. Here, and in the course of professional-level dialogue at the trade fair stands, visitors will get reliable answers to the challenges they face. ParTec, the international congress for particle technology, will run parallel to PowTech 2019 under the theme “Particles for a better life”.

At PowTech 2019, exhibitors will showcase their latest developments for mechanical processes such as size reduction, agglomeration, separation, screening, mixing, storage and conveying. The equipment and machinery on display are fundamental to the production processes of numerous industries. “Current industry megatrends such as energy storage or additive manufacturing (3D printing) are inconceivable without mechanical processing technology. At PowTech 2019, we will be exploring these new application scenarios among others,” says Beate Fischer, exhibition director.

Once again, visitors will encounter market leaders and innovative companies from all over the world. Registrations have been received from 27 different countries to date, and pavilions from Japan, China and Spain have already been announced.

At PowTech 2019, Hall 5 will provide an extra display area alongside the usual halls 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4A. In Hall 2, the Expert Forum provides the venue for presentations and a supporting programme focusing on food and chemicals. Hall 3 will accommodate the Pharma Manufacturing Excellence Forum, where, as the name suggests, pharmaceutical production processes will be put under the spotlight. The presentations in this forum are put together by the APV (International Association for Pharmaceutical Technology). In addition, all trade visitors can look forward to new, interactive presentation formats as part of the Networking Campus. Daily live explosion demonstrations in the exhibition centre’s park will yet again draw attention to the important issue of explosion protection.

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