"The lively participation by the exhibitors and the animated visitor registration clearly show that the industry is looking forward to in-person encounters," says Sandrina Schempp, the person from organiser Easyfairs Deutschland GmbH who is responsible for the three trade shows taking place next February. In just four months, on 16 and 17 February 2022, it will be time for Solids & Recycling-Technik and Pumps & Valves to open their doors in Dortmund. Visitors can then look forward to top-class solutions from the world of bulk solids, recycling and the industrial liquid and gas industry – all in a safe environment. The exhibitors' offerings will be rounded off by an extensive programme of presentations at the Solution and Innovation Centers.
Numerous exhibitors are already on board
480 exhibitors have already firmly booked their spaces at the trade show triad. Supported by a sophisticated public health protocol, which lays out the necessary conditions for the organiser to ensure a safe face-to-face event, the exhibitors will once again be able to present their solutions directly to a professional trade public. For the second time, Pumps & Valves is pleased to welcome premium partner Ebara Pumps Europe S.p.A., one of the largest manufacturers of pumps for industrial and building technology in Europe. Thanks to its previous involvement in Dortmund, the company is confident in the trade show’s underlying concept and the reach that the industry meeting for industrial liquid and gas technologies has shown in the past. Likewise, Solids & Recycling-Technik will also feature high-value premium partners. For example, with their strong presence the companies Ebro Armaturen, Rema Tip Top, Rembe, Steinhaus, Roskopf, ZF Friedrichshafen, Kitzmann and Barradas GmbH will contribute greatly to the offerings of these proven trade shows.
Cooperation partners enhance the supporting programme
The supplemental programme taking place on the stages of the Solution and Innovation Center is already extensive and high-calibre. There, cooperation partners DGAW and IAB, among others, will welcome interested listeners to lectures on the implementation of the Industrial Waste Ordinance, for example, or on the latest developments in dismantling and recycling. But until the industry get-together actually starts in February, trade visitors will have to be content with looking forward to the numerous talks on innovative and practical topics that will round off their visit to the trade shows in Dortmund.
Trade visitors can register for a free visit to the show at www.recycling-technik.com/en/registration/
with the code 2803.