WIN EURASIA 2020 presents a whole ecosystem of solutions for factories of the future
The organizers of the international trade fair platform WIN Eurasia announced new dates for the event. It is set to take place from 18 to 21 June in the Tuyap Fair Convention and Congress Center in Istanbul. The large-scale show consisting of six separate exhibitions (CeMAT, Industrial Energy Systems, IAMD, Metalworking, Surface Technology and Welding Eurasia) will offer visitors a 360-degree view of the global manufacturing industry.
The forum will cover novelties in all fields of industrial production and bring the entire ecosystem needed for the factories of the future: from sheet metal processing to metal forming technologies; automation services to electric and electronic equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic services to intralogistics.
This year’s show will include a number of special areas, dedicated to different aspects of modern manufacturing - ComVac Eurasia, Generator, Process Automation and Pump & Valve, Robotic Automation, Industry 4.0 Festival, Digital Factory and IIoT. It will also showcase a WIN 4.0 Application Park, a Smart 4.0 Manufacturing Line, a 5G Special Area and an Industry 4.0 Forum Area. During the exhibition a Digital Transformation in Factories Conference will be held to complement the show’s programme.
CeMAT and Industrial Energy Systems Eurasia
Exhibitors from around the world will present innovative logistics systems, cranes and forklift trucks, packaging technologies, shelving systems, logistics IT and electronics in intralogistics, at CeMAT Eurasia. Electrical energy generation systems, power supply, transmission, distribution and storage will be under the spotlight of Industrial Energy Systems Eurasia. Various products will be showcased throughout the fair, including: cables and equipment for electric power transmission, electric and electronic test and measuring equipment, electric motors and frequency inverters, motor drives, electric switchgear and equipment for electric power distribution, electronic and optoelectronic components, lighting equipment, transformers, accumulators, uninterruptible power supplies and generators, grid management and power quality monitoring solutions.
IAMD and Metalworking Eurasia
IAMD Eurasia will feature the full range of industrial automation, transmission and fluid power solutions. The exhibited product groups will include: production, process and energy automation systems, robotics, industrial IT, hardware and services, transmission and fluid power systems, pneumatics, hydraulic systems, geared motors, wheels and gear systems, linear technology, sealing technology, lubrication systems for drive tech and many others.
Metalworking Eurasia will once again display the whole metalworking industry, including the metal forming and metal cutting sectors. The forum’s scope will cover: forming and separation technology, processing technology, joining and fastening, machine elements and components, tube/section working, additive manufacturing, hardware, hand tools and accessories, handling technology, repair and machine shop equipment, process control and quality assurance, CNC and conventional metalworking solutions, CAD/CAM, PLM technologies, measurement and quality control equipment, etc.
SurfaceTechnology and Welding Eurasia
SurfaceTechnology Eurasia will focus on all core solutions within surface treatment and finishing. Exhibitors will demonstrate current mechanical, chemical and electrochemical/ electrolytic surface treatment technologies, paint and plastics coating systems, surface cleaning and pre-treatment, metrology and quality control, etc.
In addition to exhibiting the latest technologies for enterprises, Welding Eurasia will showcase machinery, systems and software solutions for welding and shearing. The product scope of the event includes: soldering, resistance welding equipment, robotic welding, plasma cutting systems, accessories and components, welding machines, consumables and supplies, gases, adhesives, software solutions, etc.
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