ceramitec conference 2021 will now take place in September

May 11, 2021

Attendees at the 2018 edition of ceramitec (Courtesy Messe München)

The ceramitec conference, originally scheduled to take place in Munich, Germany, on June 22–23, 2021, will now take place on September 15–16, 2021, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The event organiser, Messe München, explains that the conditions for holding events, which have not yet been finalised, made the planning situation for speakers, exhibitors and visitors difficult, despite a confirmed and extensive conference programme. The decision to postpone the ceramitec conference is hoped to raise hopes for a more relaxed and secure meeting of the international ceramics industry in Munich in September.

Typically held once every three years, ceramitec is one of the leading international trade shows for ceramics and covers the full spectrum of the industry from classic ceramics to raw materials, heavy clay and industrial ceramics, through to technical ceramics and Powder Metallurgy. The ceramitec conference will explore the following topics: technical ceramics, Additive Manufacturing, Powder Metallurgy, process control and equipment supply and materials.

The ceramitec trade fair is scheduled to take place in Munich on June 21–24, 2022.

Further information is available via the event website.

www.ceramitec.com

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