Sectors of EMO visitors
EMO is the world’s No. 1 trade show for the metalworking industry, featuring 2,200 exhibitors from 44 countries and over 180,000 square meters (approx.1.94 million sq. ft.) of net display space. Industry professionals with decision-making authority and technical expertise – including CEOs, board members and subject specialists from all production backgrounds – attend the show to learn about all the latest innovations.
EMO Hannover’s standing is such that the exhibiting technology providers align their innovation cycles with the show’s biennial schedule. Some 72 percent of the exhibitors at the last EMO Hannover had timed their new product launches to coincide with the show.
The show also features a captivating supporting program that heightens its innovation focus. In 2019, visitors can look forward to the new IoT in Production display section, which further underscores the show’s official motto, Smart technologies driving tomorrow’s production! The display section comprises a diverse offering, including the Industry 4.0 Special Show Area, the IoT Speakers’ Forum, and national pavilions showcasing initiatives from Spain, France, Japan, China and the USA.
As the organizer, we will do everything we can to make your visit as enjoyable, convenient and productive as possible. For instance, we provide free Wi-Fi Internet access and attractive travel packages via our partners, Lufthansa and Deutsche Bahn. Visitors and delegations from outside Germany will receive all the support they need from Deutsche Messe and the European Committee for the Co-operation of the Machine Tool Industries ( Cecimo ), both of which have large international networks of in-country representatives.
EMO visitors come from a wide variety of sectors, including the following (in alphabetical order):
- Aerospace industry
- Automotive industry and suppliers
- Drawing, cold rolling mills, steel forming
- Electrical and electronics industry
- Iron, sheet metal and metalware manufacturing
- Machinery and equipment manufacturing
- Precision mechanics and optics
- Processing of new materials
- Rail vehicle construction and suppliers
- Shipbuilding industry
- Skilled metalworking trades
- Steel and light-metal construction
- Surface finishing, hardening
- Tool and mold-making, jig and fixture design