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Adria Security Summit 2023 Goes Back to Ljubljana – Time to Push the Envelope with Innovations
After a string of live events in Belgrade and Zagreb which broke attendance records, Adria Security Summit Powered by Intersec 2023 goes back to the EU with a show in Ljubljana scheduled for October 25-26 2023. It’s the Summit's second outing in Ljubljana, which is only fitting considering that it has now established itself on the roadmap of the key European industry events.
Christopher Enders responsible for the development of international sector clusters
The Safety, Security & Fire and Environmental Technologies events organised by Messe Frankfurt have a potential equal to those in the Elevator & Escalator sector. Christopher Enders has now assumed responsibility for the expansion and development of this portfolio of events for the international trade fair and exhibition company.
Intersec Building: integrated concept for connected security in buildings has been given a warm reception
The market has reacted with a great response to a new offer. Embedding an international platform for connected security in the leading international trade fair Light + Building catches the spirit of the times and reflects the demand shown by a rising number of users. Here is the good news: preparation for Intersec Building 2022 will be getting underway right now.
New partnership in Morocco: "ASEC EXPO supported by Intersec"
ASEC EXPO, the African trade fair for security technology, is entering into a partnership with Intersec, the world's leading trade-fair brand for security and fire-safety technology.
Connectivity brings artificial intelligence into buildings
The process of connecting the various building services with modern safety and security technology is entering the next phase: initial research projects and application platforms permit future-oriented forecasts for the benefits offered by smart-building and smart-city applications. For all experts from the field of technical building planning and construction, the 5th Intersec Forum – Conference for Connected Security Technology – will examine the future of safety and security technology in buildings.
Intersec Forum 2019 shares know-how on connected security technology in buildings
Intersec Forum enhances the know-how on interconnecting safety and security systems in buildings and infrastructures of the future. The fourth conference for connected security technology was a great success and ended this afternoon after two intense days of expert lectures and discussions. 320 participants from the fields of planning, installation and the operation of connected building-services systems gathered information and exchanged ideas and opinions with manufacturers, developers and researchers.
Intersec Forum 2019: top speakers discuss the future of connected security technology in buildings
Intersec Forum brings together experts for connecting security technology in digital buildings at ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water. Around 30 speakers will illuminate the challenges currently facing planners, installation contractors and operators of security systems – and give ISH visitors the opportunity to increase their specialist knowledge and make new business contacts. The conference is being held in Hall 10.3 on the second and third days of ISH 2019, 12 and 13 March.
Building security: clever use of BIM for more efficiency and new productivity
Digital planning methods in security and building technology are neither a magic formula nor a mere catchphrase: used cleverly, they help planners and installers, in complex construction projects from the planning stage onwards – and can keep a building on an efficient course through its entire lifecycle. At the Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March 2019 experts will be discussing its worthwhile incorporation and considering pioneering best-practice examples, thus helping the industry to find new business models, from planning, to operation and servicing of modern buildings.
Background information: Clever use of BIM for more efficiency in buildings and integrated security
Digital planning methods in building technology: cleverly used, they help designers, builders and operators of buildings and integrated security technology from the planning stage onwards and can keep them on an efficient path across their entire lifecycle. At the Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March 2019 experts will be discussing how these methods can be usefully incorporated.
Update for building security: Intersec Forum with expert speakers
Digital planning methods for building-services and security technology help planners and installation specialists from the initial planning stages of complex construction projects – and ensure buildings maintain maximum efficiency throughout their entire lifecycle. At Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March 2019, experts will discuss purposeful integration and pioneering best-practice examples.
Intersec Forum 2019: Update for connected building and security technology at ISH
A discussion about the efficient connection of technologies and system security is essential when it comes to the future of building, energy and air-conditioning technologies. As a conference for connected security technology, Intersec Forum will accompany next year’s ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water.
Safe and sound: ‘Intersec Building’ puts the spotlight on safety and security technology at Light + Building
Intelligent systems are an integral part of modern buildings – as is protecting them. Surveillance, access control and data protection are equally vital. Thus, safety and security are gaining rapidly in importance for all suppliers and users.
Sharp as a tack – security software detects friend, foe and accident
That the retail trade protects goods with RFID chips and video surveillance is nothing new. What is new is the highly innovative progress being made behind the camera lens – with object recognition, gender identification and customer-traffic counting.
Final report: A highly successful Intersec Forum 2018 brings together 650 experts from the security and building-services technology sectors
Messe Frankfurt pushing ahead with geo-strategic expansion of events for the safety and security sector
The increasing need for safety and security is a global trend and the reasons for this are volatile. Accordingly, technical solutions must be flexible in application. Probably the most future-oriented feature: the intelligent interconnection of all elements relevant to safety and security.
Christopher Enders responsible for the development of international sector clusters
The Safety, Security & Fire and Environmental Technologies events organised by Messe Frankfurt have a potential equal to those in the Elevator & Escalator sector. Christopher Enders has now assumed responsibility for the expansion and development of this portfolio of events for the international trade fair and exhibition company.
“All the relevant buyers are here”: first ever Meat Pro Asia attracts 8,894 trade visitors
A strong turnout of trade visitors from across the ASEAN region has confirmed Meat Pro Asia as an essential new addition to the meat and food processing and packaging event calendar. Despite being a new player in the industry, the fair was lauded for attracting top-quality participants, with exhibitors in particular noting the high calibre of buyers and the clear potential for the fair to grow at future editions. Closing its doors on 10 March, the three days fair drew 8,894 visitors from 89 countries worldwide to source from over 100 exhibitors. Taking place in co-location with VIV Asia, the most influential event for feed to food in the region, the two fairs drew a combined total of 47,527 visitors.
Successful and emotional: IFFA 2022 exceeds expectations
The global meat and protein industry seized every minute of IFFA from 14 to 19 May: for intensive networking, to see innovations and to do business. Sustainable production, automated processes and digitalisation in all areas of processing, packaging and sales characterized the range of products at the booths. The high interest in alternative proteins also showed the great future and growth potential of this market. Around 50,000 visitors from 129 countries travelled to Frankfurt am Main for the leading international trade fair IFFA – Technology for Meat and Alternative Proteins.
Messe Frankfurt and VNU Group join forces around a new meat and food processing trade show for the Asian market in March 2023
In a strategic expansion into the growing food technology sector, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd and VNU Group, have announced a partnership to jointly organise ‘Meat Pro Asia’, a new trade show dedicated to meat and food processing and catering to the Asian market. The show will take place on a biennial basis in co-location with VIV Asia – the no.1 international trade show from Feed to Food in Asia. The inaugural edition will open its doors from 8 – 10 March 2023 at IMPACT, Bangkok, Thailand.
Spirit of optimism ahead of IFFA 2022: New perspectives for the meat and protein industry
The outlook for the meat and protein industry and its suppliers is positive despite difficult underlying conditions. German production of process technology for this sector rose to a peak in 2021, and exports were also at a record level despite the pandemic. The German butchery trade also reports a high willingness to invest. At IFFA in Frankfurt am Main, 860 exhibitors from 44 countries will showcase innovations for processing, packaging and selling meat - and increasingly also alternative proteins.
IFFA: Innovative Packing is eco-friendly, safe and durable
Food packaging, especially for sensitive products made from meat or alternative proteins, must meet a wide range of requirements. Product protection and shelf life are paramount. Changing consumer behavior has contributed to a focus on sustainable and environmentally friendly products in packaging as well. Additional pressure is exerted by increasingly stringent legal requirements. Innovations are therefore aimed at reducing material use, recyclability and packaging made from renewable raw materials. These can be seen at IFFA from May 14 to 19, 2022 in Frankfurt am Main.
IFFA 2022: A look into the smart future of meat and protein processing
Shortage of skilled workers, product diversity and consumer behavior that is difficult to assess – the meat and protein industry is facing major challenges. It is therefore all the more important to design the process chain efficiently and economically, in line with the special requirements that the product places on hygiene and quality. Digitization and automation of processes offer possible solutions. Innovative technologies such as AI, robotics and cloud computing open up new opportunities in industrial production.
IFFA – the sector highlight for innovations, trends and encounters
The sector is set to meet at IFFA in Frankfurt am Main from 14 to 19 May. Around 900 exhibitors from more than 40 countries will be showing their latest products and solutions for processing, packaging and selling meat and alternative sources of protein. The companies are looking forward to personal encounters with their customers and to presenting the complete spectrum of their innovations from the last three years.
Interview with Godo Röben of Balpro on the role of alternative proteins in feeding tomorrow’s world
This year, for the first time, alternative sources of protein will be part of IFFA – Technology for Meat and Alternative Proteins in Frankfurt am Main from 14 to 19 May. To develop IFFA beyond its focus on the meat industry into a genuine source of new impulses for the efficient industrial production of meat substitutes, Messe Frankfurt has formed new partnerships. One of them is with the German Association for Alternative Sources of Protein (BALPro). Board Member Godo Röben offers a brief overview.
IFFA 2022: Great ideas for the butchers’ trade
Anyone who is successful in the butchers’ trade often combines their expertise for meat and sausages with a purposeful specialisation and invests continuously in their business. From innovative technology, via shop fitting to the latest spice and ingredient trends, IFFA exhibitors offer inspiration and present progressive solutions for all businesses.
Process technology and ingredients: IFFA shows how the production of food from alternative proteins succeeds
Whether from plants, insects or cultivated meat – meat alternatives are increasing in importance. Alternative proteins are therefore one of the top themes at IFFA from 14 to 19 May 2022 in Frankfurt am Main. At least 200 of the around 900 exhibitors will present products for this sector.
Sustainability in the meat industry: a top theme at IFFA 2022
Sustainability is a catalyst for change and innovation in the meat industry. Political requirements and nutrition-conscious consumers are driving producers and manufacturers to act. Additional pressure is being generated by the global debate on climate protection and resource conservation. The meat processing industry is responding to this with technological innovations, but also with fundamental corporate commitments to sustainable solutions.
The IFFA Contactor goes live: exhibitors, products, contacts for IFFA 2022 and beyond
The exhibitor search of the leading trade show IFFA is transforming into a permanent industry search engine for technologies related to the processing and packaging of meat and alternative proteins. Starting with IFFA 2022, the newly named "IFFA Contactor" will provide comprehensive information on all exhibitors and their innovations – all year round and always up to date.
High registration rates for IFFA - the industry is looking forward to its most important live event in 2022
IFFA 2022 remains to be as popular as ever to the industry. The number of exhibiting companies and the amount of space occupied continue the figures of the previous event in 2019. With a proven safety and hygiene concept, Messe Frankfurt offers all participants a safe framework for personal encounters.
The Good Food Institute Europe: New strategic partner of IFFA 2022 in the field of alternative proteins
In many regions of the world, the market for plant-based and cultivated meat is booming. To promote technological advancement and exchange between the meat and alternative protein industries, the Good Food Institute Europe and Messe Frankfurt are entering into a strategic cooperation for IFFA 2022.
Between digitalisation and new food trends: the top themes at IFFA 2022
2022 is IFFA year ̶ the industry is looking forward with great anticipation to its most important meeting place to discuss innovations on the top themes of automation, digitalisation, food safety, sustainability, food trends and individualisation.
Meat Pro Asia deffered to March 2023 to provide more certainty for participants
In view of ongoing outbreaks of Covid-19 across Thailand, as well as continued uncertainty regarding travel restrictions and the timeline for full economic reopening, the organisers of Meat Pro Asia have decided to reschedule the fair from its original dates in January 2022 to the new timeslot of 8 – 10 March 2023. The change will see Meat Pro Asia return to its biennial event cycle in March every two years beginning from the 2023 fair onwards. VIV Asia, the largest event from feed to food in the region, has also been postponed, with the two events now set to take place alongside each other in March 2023 at IMPACT Challenger Halls 1 – 3, Bangkok.
The place to be: large number of registrations already received for IFFA 2022
In our interview, IFFA Director Johannes Schmid-Wiedersheim discusses the sector’s wish for personal encounters, the reorientation towards alternative proteins and the current registration status for the world’s leading trade fair.
Messe Frankfurt and The Association for Alternative Sources of Protein (BALPro) to cooperate for IFFA 2022
Messe Frankfurt and the Association for Alternative Sources of Protein (BALPro) have agreed a strategic cooperation agreement for IFFA 2022. The collaboration will focus on a specialist and technological exchange of knowledge about the new alternative proteins product segment at the fair.
Modern Bakery Moscow – launch of the 2021/ 2022 trade-fair season for the global food industry
With Modern Bakery Moscow, Messe Frankfurt successfully held its first live trade fair in 2021 in Europe. Other trade shows for the global food industry are already in preparation. Process Expo in Chicago is still being planned for this year. Meat Pro Asia is due to be held in Bangkok at the beginning of 2022, followed by Tecnofidta in Buenos Aires and the leading trade fair, IFFA, in Frankfurt in the first half of 2022.
It’s IFFA time: exhibitor registration now open
Exhibitor registration for IFFA 2022 in Frankfurt am Main from 14 to 19 May 2022 opened recently. New is the expansion of the world’s leading trade fair for the meat industry to include alternative proteins. Companies planning to exhibit can still benefit from the early-booking rate until 31 March 2021.
Appetite for more: IFFA 2022 expands its focus
In addition to its traditional focus on meat, IFFA will open up to alternative proteins from 2022. With the new sub-title, ‘Technology for Meat and Alternative Proteins’, the world’s leading trade fair for the sector will spotlight the rapid growth of meat alternatives and the manufacturing processes behind and thus offer the global food industry a platform for innovation and networking.
Messe Frankfurt increases its presence in North America
Messe Frankfurt and the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA) are stepping up their collaboration. After Messe Frankfurt already took over the running of the event in May of this year, both companies are now entering into a joint venture with a view to driving forward Process Expo, one of the largest trade fairs in the food and beverage processing and packaging industries in the USA.
Ten years of Cleanzone: Fulminant restart for the anniversary edition in 2022
In addition to the exhibitors' products and solutions, the highlights at Cleanzone 2022 included the top themes of automation, sustainability and the challenge of supply chains. The top themes were discussed intensively during the Cleanzone Conference. Both the exhibitors and the nominees for the Cleanzone Award presented their innovations in interdisciplinary cleanroom technology in Frankfurt am Main on 23 and 24 November. 1,500 participants and 82 exhibiting companies came to the Cleanzone anniversary edition, which not only grew in terms of space.
Cleanzone Comeback: optimisations and opportunities for the cleanroom of the future
Individual cancer therapy through mRNA, cleanroom optimisations for energy savings, new education strategies, steps towards the circular economy as well as innovative projects - Cleanzone will launch on 23 November 2022 with solutions for the future.
Next date for Texcare International in November 2024
From 9 to 13 November 2024, manufacturers of laundry and dry-cleaning technology will once again meet in person with textile-care companies at the Frankfurt Exhibition Centre for Texcare International. Messe Frankfurt and its partners have agreed on this date.
Leading suppliers of textile-care technology cancel their participation – Texcare International will not take place in 2021
Leading suppliers of laundry and dry-cleaning technology have used the free cancellation deadline offered by Messe Frankfurt against the background of the pandemic and cancelled their participation in Texcare International 2021 shortly before expiry. In view of this the Advisory Council of the world’s leading textile-care fair have voted to cancel Texcare International for this year because its success can no longer be guaranteed.
Elena Lai, ETSA: “Our industry is the key to providing sustainable solutions and eco-friendly best practice”
Frankfurt am Main, 4 August 2021. How can the major sustainability challenges in the textile industry be met? The textile services industry, whose business model has always been based on durability and re-use, has an important role to play here as ambassador. In the run-up to Texcare International, Elena Lai, Secretary General European Textile Services Association (ETSA), talks about these challenges and her expectations for Texcare International from 27 November to 1 December 2021.
Low lint for cleaner results
In the textile-care business the filtering of waste water performs major tasks. In the first place it removes foreign bodies from the liquor which, when re-using water flows, would be deposited on the goods. Since these undesired deposits always contain a larger proportion of lint, the industry is committed to minimising the particle discharge which comes in its own area of responsibility. This is successfully attained by a harmonisation of all components involved in the washing process. Texcare International will be showcasing the latest developments in this field, featuring new analysis methods, process guidelines and specialist filters.
Middle East Cleaning Technology Week targets 2022 for 6th edition in Dubai
Three-day event at Dubai World Trade Centre to spotlight new future of cleaning, laundry and car wash industries.
Steady exhibitor registration for TXCA & CLE provides encouraging news for the textile care industry
With China’s economic recovery continuing to gain momentum, expectations for this year’s Texcare Asia & China Laundry Expo (TXCA & CLE) are gradually improving. With four months remaining before the fair opens its doors, 75% of booth space has already sold out, with more than 130 exhibitors confirming their participation. Taking place from 27 – 29 September at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, the fair is expected to attract 250 exhibitors and an estimated 20,000 visitors across 25,000 sqm of floor space. The proportion of foreign exhibitors represented through their local Chinese representatives is also encouraging, with brands from Germany, Japan, Korea, Spain, the UK and the USA confirming their participation.
Professional textile care plays a key role in textile hygiene
Throughout the world, the corona pandemic has generated a completely new awareness of the need for improved hygiene, a subject that has become a driving force for innovation in many sectors. In the run-up to Texcare International, Dr Timo Hammer discusses the significance of the subject for the professional textile-care sector. Dr Hammer is Managing Director of both the Hohenstein Laboratories and the German Certification Association for Professional Textile Services, which awards the RAL 992 seal of quality.
Hygienic, sustainable, smart and future-proof: Texcare International revolves around the sector’s top themes
The coronavirus pandemic has shown without doubt that a professional textile service is of crucial significance to the health-care sector. Thanks to their certified hygienic processes, textile-care companies can guarantee safety and reliably ensure supplies in their region. Accordingly, hygiene is one of the top themes at Texcare International in November 2021. Other focal points include sustainability with regard to the circular economy, smart solutions using artificial intelligence and digital customer contacts. At the end of the year, Texcare is being held at the right time to discuss future-oriented business models.
Texcare 2021: “The sector wants personal encounters”
In around nine months, exhibitors, visitors and representatives of the media will get together at Texcare International in Frankfurt am Main from 27 November to 1 December 2021. In our interview, Johannes Schmid-Wiedersheim, Director of Texcare International, discusses the current booking status of the leading trade fair, the challenges facing the sector and the yearning for personal encounters.
Wanted: Start-ups with innovations for textile care
From 24-hour deliveries, status tracking and green packaging to textile recycling and innovative cleaning technology: new services have the potential to revolutionise the business of dry cleaners and laundries. Against this background, Messe Frankfurt invites start-ups to present their products and ideas at Texcare International. The world’s most important event for the textile-care sector in Frankfurt am Main from 27 November to 1 December 2021 offers young entrepreneurs outstanding opportunities to draw the market’s attention to their innovations.
The Clean Show Remains Dedicated to Industry Wellness, Postpones Clean 2021 to Summer 2022
Messe Frankfurt has announced that the 2021 edition of The Clean Show will be postponed due to the continued global impacts of COVID-19. The next edition will be held July 30 through August 2, 2022 in Atlanta.
Go-ahead for Texcare International 2021
The edition of Texcare International postponed until 2021 will take place in Frankfurt am Main from 27 November to 1 December. Companies interested in taking part are invited to register and ensure their position at the leading trade fair for textile care. At Texcare International 2021, the world’s foremost technology suppliers will have the opportunity to discover important strategic trends for the post-corona time.
Final report: TXCA & CLE 2020 supports industry recovery and highlights market opportunities
Texcare Asia and China Laundry Expo 2020 (TXCA & CLE), the dedicated trade fair for textile laundry, leather care, cleaning technology and equipment gathered a total of 14,413 visitors and 122 exhibitors. Being the only large scale exhibition in the global textile care industry in 2020, the fair successfully closed its doors on 16th October at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Despite the uncertainties that the global textile care industry has faced in 2020, many participants reported an optimistic outlook in the Chinese market, particularly in light of emerging opportunities in fields such as medical laundry and automation. Helping participants to capture these opportunities, the three-day fair presented the latest technologies and products from the textile care industry and offered an effective business development platform.
Online: Cleanzone is going digital
Cleanzone will be taking place on 18 and 19 November 2020 as a purely virtual event. Messe Frankfurt made this decision in close consultation with the Cleanzone strategy commission and the industry.
Cleanzone enjoys full support of the strategy commission
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.
Safety in a time of coronavirus: Cleanzone 2020 shows how it is done
Cleanzone is taking place on 18 and 19 November in Frankfurt am Main, offering the cleanroom industry the opportunity to present the pioneering innovations needed today for protecting against infection and contamination. To ensure that Cleanzone offers a safe environment during a time of coronavirus, Messe Frankfurt has developed a concept uniting hygiene, organisational and medical measures.
Cleanzone Award: Great ideas in the spotlight
With the Cleanzone Award, Messe Frankfurt and Wiley-Verlag are helping companies in the cleanroom industry obtain international publicity for their innovations. The award will be presented at Cleanzone, the international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology, on 19 November. The deadline for submissions is 15 August.
Texcare International to take place in November 2021
Texcare International will be postponed and will take place in Frankfurt am Main from 27 November to 1 December 2021. Due to the economic situation caused by the Corona pandemic and the travel restrictions which are to be expected, Messe Frankfurt has decided this jointly with the German Textile Cleaning Association and the VDMA Textile Care, Fabric and Leather Technologies.
Cleanzone 2020 takes the form of a modern city
New concept for Cleanzone 2020: The international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology on 18 and 19 November in Frankfurt am Main is being transformed into a modern city. Product groups take the form of city districts arrayed around the marketplace. Cleanzone Avenue leads visitors through the entire cleanroom process.
Postponed: Texcare International will take place from 24 to 28 October 2020
Since the coronavirus is spreading rapidly in Europe, Messe Frankfurt has decided to postpone Texcare International. The leading international trade fair for textile care will be held in Frankfurt am Main from 24 to 28 October 2020. Industry and stakeholders are welcoming this decision.
The smart phone is revolutionising textile cleaning
The trend towards online services is growing in the textile cleaning industry: consumers want to find suitable specialist companies quickly and easily, and process their cleaning orders as simply as possible, for example via an app. A high degree of process transparency in the company is necessary to offer such customer friendly services, which is why machine and plant manufacturers, as well as software providers, make relevant information available online and in real time. From 20 to 24 June, the sector is showcasing state of the art solutions at Texcare International in Frankfurt am Main.
Knowledge and competition: events at Texcare strengthen the fair experience
Whether it is the Texcare Forum, Young Texcare or the Texcare Fashion Show – the world’s leading fair for textile care is complemented by numerous events that promote knowledge transfer and international exchange. The core element is the Texcare Forum with special offerings for dry cleaners, as well as large laundries and textiles services.
A thoroughly clean affair
A sustainable sector takes its responsibilities seriously: at Texcare International 2020, from 20 to 24 June, the textile care industry will present its contribution to conserving resources, protecting the environment and making sensible use of waste materials.
Automation progresses along the laundry sector
The productivity of a laundry depends on unbroken process flows and transparent commodity streams. Thanks to increasing digitalisation and consistent integration of data, the through-put of textiles in laundries is being continually improved. The solutions required for automation in the sector are therefore a high priority at Texcare International, from 20 to 24 June in Frankfurt am Main.
New date and new product groups for Cleanzone 2020
Cleanzone 2020 will be held on a new date. The international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology is taking place on 18 and 19 November 2020. Also new: product groups will be presented in accordance with the logic of cleanroom production processes.
Texcare International 2020: textile care gets ‘smart’
At Texcare International, from 20 to 24 June 2020, the world’s market leaders will be showcasing their innovations, all designed to help optimise the procedures and processes in textile care. The manufacturers’ agreed aim is to drive forward automation in the sector through artificial intelligence and smart data processing.
Cleanzone 2019 – a wealth of innovations for high-tech industries
Digitalisation, production efficiency and the use of robot technology: On 19 and 20 November in Frankfurt am Main, Cleanzone 2019 showcased innovations for controlling contamination hazards in high-tech production. From airlock entry to packing, 80 providers were on hand to present pioneering solutions for the full scope of complex material flows in cleanrooms.
Innovations reveal the future of cleanroom technology
Be it innovative Li-Fi (light fidelity) technology based on light waves, online shops with AR functionality, convenient cleanroom hood systems or safe and secure ‘Emergency and Danger Response Systems’, on 19 and 20 November 2019 the Cleanzone trade fair will be looking into the future of contamination control. 80 companies will be showcasing solutions that make the manufacture of high-tech products safer, more reliable and more efficient. Eight nominees for the Cleanzone Award 2019 will be presenting pioneering innovations.
When the sky is not the limit: ‘The first female astronaut’ at Cleanzone
On 19 and 20 November 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, Cleanzone will be opening its doors to the providers and users of contamination control and cleanroom technology. The international trade fair also boasts a high-quality supporting programme that is full of valuable ideas, and one of this year’s highlights will be a presentation by Claudia Kessler, founder of the start-up ‘Die Astronautin GmbH’. She will be giving her presentation on 20 November 2019 at 2:00 p.m. as part of the Cleanzone Conference.
Middle East Cleaning Technology Week 2019 sees six percent YOY increase in visitor turnout
Onsite conferences provided international visitors with updates on industry trends
Symbols for user industries show visitors the way
Cleanroom technology is an interdisciplinary technology that is relevant for a wide range of high-tech industries that control contamination in their production processes. To guide visitors to the right exhibitors, Messe Frankfurt has developed symbols for different user industries for Cleanzone 2019. Now manufacturers of cleanroom technology can use these symbols to identify the industries for which they supply solutions.
First edition of TXCA & CLE positions show as indispensable platform for laundry and textile care industry
Texcare Asia and China Laundry Expo (TXCA & CLE) closed its doors at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre after three successful days of business. In addition to the latest exhibitor feedback, visitor numbers prove that this was a logical next step in creating an improved platform with added value for the laundry and textile care industry. 25,202 visitors from all over the world came to Shanghai to boost their business and grow their global network. The attendance of 311 international brands from 21 countries and regions, with a strong presence of exhibitors from Germany and the US, highlighted the international character of the fair. To reflect the trends of the ever-evolving industry landscape, this edition put a strong emphasis on technology and sustainability, specifically underlining the importance of RFID.
Messe Frankfurt and Wiley present the Cleanzone Award
The industry’s prestigious Cleanroom Award has a new name: the Cleanzone Award. Frank Duvernell, a close and long-standing partner of Cleanzone and founder of the Cleanroom Award, has handed over the award to Messe Frankfurt, which will be continuing it under a new name: the Cleanzone Award. The new partner is Wiley-Verlag, publisher of the trade journal ReinRaumTechnik. A total of eight finalists for the award will be presenting their latest innovations at Cleanzone on 19 and 20 November in Frankfurt.
Cleanroom technology should focus on product requirements – not on the length, width and height of a facility.
Cleanroom technology is applied interdisciplinary technology at a very high level. Even so, costs can still be kept within reason – if the right preliminary measures are taken. On 19 and 20 November 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, the Cleanzone trade fair offers companies a chance to get the information they need.
Cleanzone has the power to initiate and promote new technologies
On 19 and 20 November, Cleanzone – the international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology – will be bringing manufacturers and users together in Frankfurt am Main. As the event draws closer, Josef Ortner from Ortner Reinraumtechnik, who is also a member of the Cleanzone strategy commission, explains the trade fair’s importance and offers insight into the biggest challenges facing the industry.
Cleanzone 2019 offers more in the field of plant engineering
One of the focal points of this year's Cleanzone is the design, planning and construction of modern production facilities in which contamination – be it micro-organisms, particulate or molecular contamination – is rigorously controlled.
Smart portents for Texcare International in June 2020
With just under a year to go before doors open on Texcare International, the world’s most important trade fair for textile care, preparations are in full swing. All market leaders have already registered with the signs pointing to a significant increase in exhibition space compared to the last event.
The Clean Show 2019 Maintains Its Legacy as the Leader of the Laundering Industry Following the Close of a Successful, Sold Out Show in the Big Easy
North America’s largest dry cleaning, laundering, and textile care exposition, The Clean Show, has come to a close bringing all aspects of the industry together to showcase the latest technology in the market. This four-day event took place June 20 – 23 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in the festive and vibrant city of New Orleans.
Focused on business: International decision-makers get together at Cleanzone
Numerous national and international market leaders have already signed up for Cleanzone 2019 and will be presenting their product innovations on 19 and 20 November. Visitors’ high level of decision-making authority, international make-up and readiness to invest highlight this platform’s status as a place where business deals are struck and new contacts made.
Dates announced for new Texcare Asia and China Laundry Expo (TXCA & CLE) 2019 show after merger
In an exciting development for China’s textile care market, it’s been announced that the upcoming edition of the new TXCA & CLE show, an international trade fair for textile laundry, leather care, cleaning technology and equipment, will be held from 25 – 27 September 2019 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China. The news comes on the back of a new joint-venture agreement last year between the Texcare Asia show and the China Laundry Expo, meaning the merged shows now serve as the largest international exhibition for laundry equipment and technology in the rapidly evolving Asian market.
A new addition: Ulrich Rothgerber joins the Cleanzone team
Ulrich Rothgerber, an expert and highly influential figure in the German cleanroom industry, has joined Messe Frankfurt as a consultant with effect from 1 January 2019. He will be using his experience and network to continue strengthening Cleanzone’s position as the leading platform for high-tech cleanroom production.
JET Expo – Vet’Image : Messe Frankfurt France’s newest acquisition!
As of December 2018, Messe Frankfurt France is the new owner of the French professional textile care fair: JET Expo.
Messe Frankfurt expands its portfolio with Clean Show US
Messe Frankfurt has purchased the largest trade fair for textile care in the Americas. The Clean Show is held every two years rotating throughout the US. In cooperation with the leading US trade associations, Messe Frankfurt aims to continue the Clean Show success story in the future. Together with the recently acquired JET Expo in Paris and the merger of China Laundry Expo and Texcare Asia, the Clean Show will reinforce the position of Messe Frankfurt as the leading organiser of trade fairs for the textile-care sector.
New conference and exhibition dedicated to cleanroom technology launches in Dubai
Cleanzone Middle East 2018 to showcase latest innovations and science targeting UAE’s US$75 billion manufacturing sector.
Mission accomplished: Cleanzone 2018 draws more international visitors to Frankfurt
With over 38 percent of its visitors coming from outside Germany, Cleanzone demonstrated once again this year that it is Europe’s platform for cleanroom technology (2017: 35 percent). The number of participants also increased compared to the previous event, with nearly 1,300 cleanroom technology experts from 39 countries discussing the latest innovations and trends over two days in Frankfurt.* The trade fair for cleanroom technology had even more on offer this year with over 30 percent more exhibition space than in 2017.
Cleanzone 2018 offers even more for sterile and particle-free production
The Cleanzone cleanroom trade fair will have even more to offer when it takes place on 23 and 24 October 2018. With over 30 percent more exhibition space, 78 companies from ten countries will be presenting their innovations for the sterile particle-free production environments that are now used in almost all high-tech industries.
The cleanroom trade fair Cleanzone increases its scope
Some 80 companies will be presenting their products and services at Cleanzone on 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main (2017: 64 exhibitors). 34 percent more exhibition space has been booked than at the previous event, and nearly one third of trade visitors are coming to Frankfurt from abroad.
Access control, monitoring and traceable products – safety first!
Cleanrooms = Safety in its purest form This includes rules governing personal access and the items taken into cleanrooms, as well as the prevention of counterfeit products. A key principle underlies all such efforts: Tracking. Current possibilities in this field will be on display for visitors to the cleanroom trade fair Cleanzone on Tuesday and Wednesday, 23 and 24 October 2018, in Frankfurt am Main.
Texcare Asia and China Laundry Expo to merge – creating Asia’s largest exhibition for laundry equipment and technology
As disclosed in an agreement signed on 18 July 2018 by the organisers of Texcare Asia and the China Laundry Expo, the two trade fairs will merge into a single show in a win-win arrangement to integrate industry resources
Cleanzone Conference presents a line-up of top speakers and trending topics
How will cleanrooms be planned, built and operated in future? What role will be played by digital twins? What demands do new therapies employing highly active substances place on production in the medical field, and what can be done to ensure that products and personnel enjoy optimum protection? Answers to these and other questions will be on offer at the Cleanzone Conference accompanying the Cleanzone trade fair on 23 and 24 October 2018.
‘Cleanzone Campus’ – expanding cleanroom knowledge through research
Universities and research institutes are drivers of innovation for industry – particularly in the highly dynamic field of cleanroom technology. Their findings give rise to new approaches, offer solutions to current problems and lay the foundation for future products and processes. With Cleanzone Campus at the Cleanzone trade fair on 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, Messe Frankfurt has created a platform where research institutes in the field of cleanroom technology can present their projects.
Micro-biological contamination poses the biggest challenge for manufacturing processes in the life sciences. Bioluminescence-based processes offer the potential to identify airborne micro-organisms faster in future – including real-time monitoring. Yet particulate contamination is also becoming increasingly important. The Cleanzone cleanroom trade fair will offer an overview on Tuesday and Wednesday, 23 and 24 October 2018, in Frankfurt am Main.
BIM: The formula for outstanding cleanroom planning using a virtual roundtable
Building Information Modelling (BIM) comprises a virtual roundtable for architects, engineers, laboratory planners and cleanroom specialists, airflow simulations, and much, much more. Superficially, these fields may appear to have very little in common, but that is not the case. Digital technology brings all of this together, and the VDI Association of German Engineers is already issuing new guidelines for its practical use. Current and future possibilities for the use of BIM in cleanrooms will be on display at the Cleanzone trade fair on 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main.
Cleanzone 2018: Safety, security and modern medicine in the spotlight – Offshoot makes its debut in Dubai
The requirements for purity in production processes continue to grow stricter, regardless of whether it is in the field of medical technology, the food industry, microtechnology or the automotive industry.
Messe Frankfurt expands its portfolio of textile-care events with Middle East Cleaning Technology Week
Cleanzone 2018 is gathering momentum: Numerous companies have already registered
On 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, the spotlight will once again be on new developments and innovations in the field of cleanroom technology. Be it pharmaceuticals, food or microtechnology, innovative high-tech industries can find new solutions for planning, constructing and operating cleanrooms at Cleanzone.
Cleanzone 2017: Large increase in visitors strengthens the trade fair's international and interdisciplinary position
When Cleanzone closed its doors on 18 October 2017, it had drawn approx. 1,200 participants from 40 countries and an increase of visitors of 16 percent.
Cleanzone 2017: Space exploration, digitalisation and international exchange are hot-button topics in the cleanroom industry
Cleanroom technology represents one of the world's fastest growing markets.