14 Jun 2024

Industrial Services exhibition area

New at HANNOVER MESSE: Industrial Services

HANNOVER MESSE has announced it is responding to changing market requirements with the new Industrial Services exhibition area.

German industry is facing ever new challenges in the face of rising energy prices, a shortage of young talent, and increasing bureaucratic hurdles. Companies are outsourcing services so that they can devote their full attention to their own core activities and issues. This is where the new Industrial Services exhibition area comes into play, offering companies from the spheres of maintenance, assembly, recycling, cleaning and industrial logistics the opportunity to showcase their service offerings and products in the attractive setting of Hall 11, at the interface between automation and energy topics.

This joint stand will be supported by, among others, VAIS (Association for Plant Engineering and Industrial Services).

“HANNOVER MESSE is the leading international trade fair and showcase for the industry. We are pleased that, with the new exhibition area, the importance and role of industrial services as enabler for the industrial transformation in Germany will become more visible. The show offers our members the opportunity to present their solutions to an audience of customers and experts and, in return, to familiarise themselves with the latest technological developments,” says Dr. Dietmar Kestner, Managing Director of VAIS.

The joint stand is likewise interesting for logistics service providers. They are the supply chain’s enablers, alleviating the burden on industry with solutions tailored to specific and varied requirements.

HANNOVER MESSE is reported to be the world’s only event at which companies from the mechanical engineering, electrical, digital and energy sectors come together to present solutions in the interests of establishing an industrial environment that is both high-performance and sustainable in equal measure. As a networked industrial ecosystem, they demonstrate how climate neutrality can be achieved by adopting electrification, digitisation, and automation and applying sustainable technologies and solutions along with the incorporation of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI).