SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN 2023 with a lot of input for your own business

Special show on digitalisation, DVS CONGRESS and theme areas

The programme for the world's leading trade fair for joining, cutting and coating is becoming more concrete. Numerous events at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN 2023 will offer visitors real added value for their own business at Messe Essen. Christina Kleinpaß, Head of Project, reveals: "Above all, we will be focusing on the topic of digitalisation from 11 to 15 September. We are very pleased that, together with DVS – Deutscher Verband für Schweißen und verwandte Verfahren e. V. (German Welding Society), we are cooperating with the Industry Fusion Foundation IFF for the first time."

The focus of the foundation is the development of a cross-manufacturer open-source networking solution for the manufacturing industry. The IFF, the DVS and Messe Essen will organise a digital rally at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN in which trade visitors will learn more about concrete applications and their advantages in an entertaining way.

Know-how and the transfer of knowledge are also the focus of the DVS CONGRESS, which will take place during the world's leading trade fair in the nearby Congress Center West of Messe Essen. Here, the participants can inform themselves in lectures from operational practice and about the latest findings from current research projects.

Another highlight of the trade fair participation of DVS – Deutscher Verband für Schweißen und verwandte Verfahren e. V. (German Welding Society) is the final of the national competition "Jugend schweißt" (Young Welders). Germany's best welders aged between 16 and 23 will show their skills here. 

Informative theme areas: underwater technology and national stands

In addition, several special areas await the trade visitors. The field of underwater technology is becoming increasingly important - there is a separate information area in Hall 7. The focus will be on a diving container in which experts will demonstrate this sophisticated welding technique and the appropriate equipment.

Trade visitors who want to find out about the products and services of a particular country have an ideal place to start with the international joint stands. There, companies present their products and services together with other exhibitors from their country. This year there will be such national stands from China, France, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the USA.

Another joint stand at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology: with the Young Innovative Companies programme, it gives German start-ups the opportunity to present themselves at the fair at low cost. Trade visitors interested in new ideas should make a note of Hall 3. This is where the young companies will be located and show their forward-looking solutions.

Further information at: www.schweissen-schneiden.com