- parts2clean already with more than 100 bookings
- Popular add-on – trade forum with networking
Better cleaning performance, reduced consumption of energy and resources, these are just some of the requirements for which users of industrial cleaning technology are seeking solutions. And one of the reasons why the parts2clean exhibition becomes increasingly popular.
More than 100 companies have already confirmed their stand bookings for the upcoming fair for industrial parts and surface cleaning from 9 to 11 June 2015, including many market leaders and technology pioneers from all various segments. These include plant and installations, processes and process media and preparation for the degreasing, cleaning and pre-treatment of parts and components, baskets and pallets, handling and process automation, clean room technology, corrosion protection, preservation and packaging, contract cleaning, quality assurance, test methods and analytical procedures.
Popular add-on – trade forum with networking
And the exhibition is also a trade forum where users can learn more about industrial cleaning technology, compare notes with fellow professionals and extend their network of contacts. The forum hosts a program of talks in English and German on a wide range of topics, with simultaneous translation provided. Another feature is the extended program of guided tours.
Surface technology at Deutsche Messe– upcoming events and dates
The next trade fair in Germany on this topic is SurfaceTechnology, which is staged as part of Hannover Messe from 13 to17 April 2015. The next parts2clean is due to take place from 9 to11 June 2015. O&S and parts2clean 2016 will run for three days from 31 May to2 June 2016. The next overseas trade fairs aimed at the surface treatment industry are SurfaceTechnology India in New Delhi, India, with a parts2clean pavilion, from 10 to 13 December 2014, and SurfaceTreatment Eurasia, also with a parts2clean pavilion, which will take place from 12 to 15 February 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey, followed by SurfaceTechnology North America from 12 to 17 September 2016 (parallel to the IMTS).