Ramping Up for Hannover Messe 2023

March 27, 2023
The annual industrial event will highlight innovations in Industry 5.0, carbon neutrality and new ways to utilize technology in manufacturing operations.

Hannover Messe, one of the world's largest trade shows for the industrial space, is set to take place April 17-21 and expected to back in (hopefully) full swing after the disruptions to events caused by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past few years. 

Power & Motion's Senior Content Director Bob Vavra was among a handful of American manufacturing journalists invited to attend the 2023 Hannover Messe press preview. It introduced Indonesia as this year’s partner nation and whetted the appetite of more than 100 global manufacturing writers. 

As Vavra states, Hannover Messe is very much a second home for our staff, encompassing both Power & Motion and affiliate publication Machine Design, as it is an event he and other members of the team have been attending for quite some time.

At Hannover Messe, there will be the opportunity to see a wide range of new and innovative technologies for the manufacturing sector. From the press preview, it was indicated the 2023 show is going to be twice the size it was in 2022 and will focus on industry trends including: 

  • Industry 5.0
  • carbon neutral manufacturing
  • use of new fuels
  • utilizing technology in new ways to aid productivity. 

Vavra and other members of the Power & Motion/Machine Design  team, along with editors from Endeavor Business Media's Design & Engineering Group of which these publications are a part, will be back on site for Hannover Messe 2023, and will be providing daily reports from the event.

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