Publisher: Administrator Date：2019-09-22
The European Machine Tool Show EMO was recommended and funded by the European Machine Tool Industry Collaboration Council (CECIMO). It was founded in 1951 and has been held for nineteen sessions so far, every two years. In 2017, Hannover Europe Machine Tool Expo exhibited an area of 600,000 square meters. More than 2,000 companies from 44 countries promoted and displayed various types of machine tools. The six-day exhibition hosted 130,000 professional visitors from 159 countries and regions. Gathering economic and trade delegations, purchasing groups, machine tool professional experts and technicians, and business people from all over the world. EMO is famous for its exhibition planning, the world's largest exhibition, rich variety of exhibits, the world of exhibits leading the world, and the highest level of customers. The main focus is on cutting and forming machines, production systems, high precision things, automated logistics, computer technology, industrial electronics and accessories. It is the window of the world machine tool profession, the epitome and barometer of the world machine tool market, and the best market platform for China's machine tool enterprises to the world.
As the world's leading metal cutting and machine tool industry exhibition, Hannover Europe Machine Tool Show 2019 will focus on machine tools, manufacturing systems, high-precision tools, automated logistics, computer technology, industrial electronics, accessories and industrial 4.0 and networked production related categories. The solution, when the world's leading exhibitors will bring a full range of metal processing products,
Hannover European Machine Tool Show has always been the best choice for professional buyers, users and professionals in the industry to understand the development of the industry. In 2017
At the Hannover European Machine Tool Show, both the scale of the show, the number of exhibitors and the number of visitors reached an unprecedented scale. According to statistics, 2,230 exhibitors from 44 countries and regions competed in Hanover, and the number of professional visitors reached 13,000.