This year’s ITM INDUSTRY EUROPE from 31 May-3 June 2022 will take place as a physical exhibition (with a series of supporting events, conferences and zones) in Poznań (Poland). Three additional events will be held alongside ITM INDUSTRY EUROPE, namely the MODERNLOG Logistics, Warehousing and Transport Fair; the SUBCONTRACTING Industrial Cooperation Fair and the FOCAST Foundry Forum.
The trade fair traditionally combines industry, business and science. It is attended by nearly 1000 exhibitors who present innovative machines and solutions for industries such as metalworking; metallurgy; welding; surface treatment; varnishing; automotive; transport and railways.
Overseas companies traditionally account for nearly 50% of its exhibitors from countries which include Austria; Belgium; China; Czech Republic; Denmark; France; Netherlands; India; Germany; Switzerland; Sweden; Taiwan; Turkey; Ukraine; Hungary; the UK and Italy.
This year’s ITM INDUSTRY EUROPE will also highlight current financial support openings and opportunities for companies who are operating in the industrial sector and planning to invest in the latest new technologies, confirmed the show organiser.
The Industry Next Congress this year will take place on the first and second day of ITM INDUSTRY EUROPE. One of the key topics at the event will be the industrial strategy announced by the Polish Ministry of Development and Technology. Its scope is to reflect the current economic situation in Poland and respond to the challenges faced by industrial processing industries and, particularly, the situation in the energy market.
“During the Congress, we will discuss the situation in Poland and look for solutions to provide the Polish economy with stable conditions for further development,” said the show organiser.
The congress will also be a discussion platform on the challenges faced by companies in the framework of EU energy and climate policy, and disruptions in the supply chain and intermediates. It will serve as a forum to exchange experiences on the application of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things by Polish and global manufacturers.
Industry decarbonisation will also be another discussion panel at the Industry Next Congress.
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