Every three years, professionals from the ceramics and powder metallurgy sectors and associated industries converge on Munich in Germany for the Ceramitec Exhibition. And with only just over three weeks to go until the start of this year’s event, the final preparations are now well in hand for the 613 companies, organisations and educational institutions from 42 countries exhibiting.
Precision Ceramics has had a presence at Ceramitec since the mid 1990’s and 2015 is no exception.
Our Stand Number is 438 in Hall B1.
From a Precision Ceramics point of view we are delighted that in planning the exhibition, the management of Messe Munich has recognised the unprecedented scale and pace of technical ceramic development during the past three years and, as a result, has devoted a lot more exhibition space to it.
Ceramitec 2015 offers the ideal platform for the entire development of technical ceramics from powder, through pressing and firing right through to intricate manufacture and bespoke component end-users. And this bodes well with visitors to the exhibition because ceramic technology is of great interest to such a wide variety of industry sectors. These include automotive, electronics, medical technology, apparatus and mechanical engineering as well as solar technology.
Certainly, there will be a whole host of new and interesting bespoke technical ceramic components for visitors to see on the Precision Ceramic stand.
Traditionally Ceramitec opens with a welcoming speech followed by a panel discussion. This year the discussion is being held under the heading of ‘Ceramitec Goes Digital’. And what better way to enhance this thinking by the introduction of an exhibition app.
‘The Ceramitec App’ for iOS and Android provides all the information and support for exhibitors and visitors in planning their visit and is a very useful guide at the show itself. The app contains a search function for exhibitors, organized according to name or product category, plus integrated hall plans for locating all the key facilities at the venue. And of course, it contains a listing of the conference program at the show. You can also use the app offline. It can be downloaded from this link …
As with most German based exhibitions, when one event finishes, work starts on the organisation of the next. But with regard to Ceramitec, both exhibitors and visitors won’t have to wait three full years before the next event which will be staged six months earlier than normal from 10th to 13th April 2018
If your diary extends that far, maybe you’ll make a note of it now. Or maybe you’ll just wait for the dust to settle on the exhibition floors of this year’s event!