Early this August, the strategy commission met to study the latest developments in the field of cleanroom technology and highlight the industry’s importance in the current situation. As the signs of economic recovery increase, the experts believe that Cleanzone on 18 and 19 November offers a valuable opportunity to discuss upcoming projects and pursue technological solutions. Manufacturers from Germany and worldwide have already signed on for the event
The cleanroom community gets together at Cleanzone
The concept for the international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology enjoys the unanimous support of the Cleanzone strategy commission, which looks forward to lively dialogue on today’s pressing issues when the event takes place on 18 and 19 November. That was the upshot of the strategy commission's meeting at the beginning of August. Kerstin Horaczek, Group Show Director for Technology at Messe Frankfurt, welcomes this result: “Trade fairs are possible even during the time of the coronavirus. We are already experiencing this in China, where trade fair business is resuming, and trade fairs will be returning to Frankfurt this autumn in accordance with various hygiene and protection measures. To make this possible, we developed a hygiene concept that has been approved by the authorities and which can be adapted to the current status of the pandemic.”
The industry has been benefiting from growing demand, not only due to the fight against COVID-19, but also as a result of a wave of digitalisation spurred by the pandemic, high-tech strategies in the field of battery technology, and the medical and biotechnology sectors. Markus Thamm, who is also a member of the Cleanzone strategy commission and is responsible for sales and marketing at Mycleanroom, had this to say: “Many projects in the automotive industry and the field of microtechnology were shut down during the first six months of the year, and we expect business to revive towards the end of the year. That means that Cleanzone is taking place at the right time, as it allows us to discuss upcoming projects and drive the automation and digitalisation of production that is necessary.”
Other members of the Cleanzone strategy commission include:
Numerous national and international players in the field of cleanroom technology have already signed on for Cleanzone 2020. They will be presenting their innovations for the entire material flow in cleanroom production. This new arrangement of exhibitors into a ‘Cleanzone City’, where each ‘district’ features a particular product area, helps guide visitors through the trade fair. The focal point and central marketplace is Cleanzone Plaza, which will also host the Cleanzone Conference and the presentation of the Cleanzone Award.
Visitors who begin their tour of the city with the Architecture, Planning, Engineering product group will be able to find inspiration for their projects from German Cleanroom Institute (DRRI) companies such as Dittel Engineering or at the Siemens stand. Products that are specifically intended for the Construction, Building Technology, Material Delivery area are available from exhibitors such as AAF, ASYS, Cleangrad, DNH, Gastro Production, KEK, Mann + Hummel, Nora Systems, Ortner Reinraumtechnik, Isoone and Teamtechnik Industrieausrüstung. Visitors in the Inward Transfer, Equipment & Fixtures/Furnishings ‘district’ can obtain valuable information from Spetec. Beckman Coulter, Briem Steuerungstechnik and Gasera Oy are amongst the companies offering new solutions in the field of Measurement Technology, Validation/Qualification. For visitors who need more information on the topics of Hygiene, Components, Microbiology, Contec, CWS-boco, Elis, Hydroflex, IAB Reinraumprodukte, Pfennig Reinigungstechnik, Profi-con and Protect2clean will be on hand to help. For finished products that are ready for Outward Transfer, Packaging, Shipment, KWP will be offering information on the latest processes available. And when it comes to staying on top of the latest technology, Training, Regulations, Networking are absolutely essential. Cleanroom Future and the Cleanroom.de industry association have all the answers.
Cleanzone is aimed at decision-makers from all industries that use or build cleanroom production facilities or that are considering their future use to ensure high product quality – from the pharmaceutical and medical technology industries to the food industry, the field of microtechnology and the automotive industry.
More information on Cleanzone can be found at:
Messe Frankfurt’s hygiene concept:
Messe Frankfurt is the world’s largest trade fair, congress and event organiser with its own exhibition grounds. With just under 2,600 employees at 29 locations, the company generates annual sales of some €736 million. We have close ties with our industry sectors and serve our customers’ business interests efficiently within the framework of our Fairs & Events, Locations and Services business fields. One of the Group’s key USPs is its closely knit global sales network, which extends throughout the world. Our comprehensive range of services – both onsite and online – ensures that customers worldwide enjoy consistently high quality and flexibility when planning, organising and running their events. The wide range of services includes renting exhibition grounds, trade fair construction and marketing, personnel and food services. Headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, the company is owned by the City of Frankfurt (60 percent) and the State of Hesse (40 percent).
For more information, please visit our website at: www.messefrankfurt.com