Stuttgart success story continues


The heart of the metalworking industry beats again in South Germany

AMB 2022 will take place from 13th to 17th September at the Messe Stuttgart. This next edition of the top metalworking trade fair will welcome more than 1,500 exhibitors to showcase their latest products on a total exhibition area of 120,000 sq metres as well as over 91,000 trade visitors, who will discover the true potential of the future market trends. Every two years since 1982, AMB has presented the highlights of the international metalworking industry. It focuses on products, technologies, innovations, services and concepts for people who are passionate about metalworking. This makes it a marketplace, training and networking platform all in one. Whether you are visitor or exhibitor, over the years, AMB has become one of the most important events of the industry. Based on the current number of exhibitors, the ratio of national to international exhibitors reflects the highly international nature of the exhibition. Currently standing at 31 percent of the exhibitors and 29 percent of the exhibition space, the international figure is in keeping with that of AMB 2018. These figures demonstrate that it is worth making the trip to Stuttgart to see the latest developments in the metalworking industry, nurture existing business relationships and seek out new partners. The net area available for allocation to exhibitors is currently 73,000 sq metres. Given that the total gross area available is around 120,000 sq metres, visitors to AMB 2022 will therefore be met with packed halls and a fully occupied site. “Momentum is high and everything is set for the success story of AMB to continue,” says director of mechanical engineering and production Gunnar Mey who, along with his team, is responsible for AMB. AMB 2022 enhanced with digital expansions Major changes await exhibitors and visitors with respect to digital offerings. These have been seamlessly integrated into the exhibition programme. Leading the way here is the innovative online exhibitor overview, in which exhibiting companies can now provide videos, animation sequences, product brochures and the like for download in addition to static information and they can also incorporate interactive content or their social media presence. What’s more, companies can add multiple contacts for different target groups to ensure that the right people are brought together at the stand. It will also be much easier for visitors to plan the route to the stands they are interested in visiting. They can plan their own specific topic-based tours using a new function in the online exhibitor overview, enabling them to perfectly arrange their visit to the exhibition in advance. These self-guided tours are managed by means of numerous filter options, which will take visitors to exhibits and applications at stands showcasing the various highlight topics. The exhibition is also pursuing a digital course when it comes to presentations too. For example, presentations covering different topics each day will be held in the Trend Lounge in the ICS foyer and the content will be recorded and made available on demand once the exhibition has finished. Spotlight topics include additive manufacturing, metal as a material, industrial security, digital networking, climate change and sustainability as well as start-up pitches. Live production will also be seen at the special show for young people, which is organised by the Mechanical Engineering Youth Foundation and aims to inspire young people to consider a career in mechanical engineering and plant construction and to showcase new technologies used during training. From the stand in the Atrium, an entire process chain from the drawing to the manufacture of a Formula 1 model car will be reproduced. Apprentices from the partner companies involved will be on hand to answer any questions. As usual, travelling to and from the exhibition site couldn’t be more straightforward. The exhibition ticket includes a public transport pass covering transport to and from the trade fair. Thanks to the recently extended U6 tram connection, there is now an additional transport option from the centre of Stuttgart as well as from the Filder Plain area, with services every 10 minutes. The journey time from Stuttgart central station is 32 minutes.

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