Resource efficiency announced as topic focus for ceramitec 2022

March 14, 2022

Attendees at the 2018 edition of the ceramitec trade fair (Courtesy ceramitec)

The organiser of the ceramitec trade fair, Messe München, has announced that the exhibition, which will take place at the Messe München Exhibition Center, Munich, Germany, on June 21–24, will focus on the topic of resource efficiency. During the four-day event, innovations for manufacturing processes, new materials and above all applications that allow ceramic products to save energy and benefit the environment will be presented.

After a two-year break, the trade fair will once again bring together established exhibitors as well as some new ones, who will showcase innovations in ceramic materials, devices and technologies as well as the integration of the material into complex material systems. Resource efficiency also unites the topics of fine ceramics and refractory ceramics as well as technical ceramics, Additive Manufacturing and Powder Metallurgy in Hall C1.

In addition to innovations for reducing energy consumption and emissions in the production process, the trade fair will also demonstrate how ceramic material can be a lever for resource efficiency for many conventional and new areas of application. Messe München remarks that the threat of climate change is driving innovation more than ever before. That’s why, above all, international exhibitors and visitors of ceramitec 2022 can expect competitive solutions that can protect the environment without sacrificing quality or increasing costs.

“Experts in raw materials, systems, machines, processes, products and above all users from all kinds of industries will meet for intensive discussions,” stated Dr Robert Schönberger, Exhibition Director at ceramitec. “For four days, the trade fair will be a melting pot for planned and spontaneous meetings that create new momentum. These discussions are more important for our resource-efficient future than ever. After a two-year break, we are offering the perfect programme for this with exhibitors and forums.”

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