Organized by Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, the 16th China International Diecasting Exhibition (CHINA DIECASTING) and 2021 China Nonferrous Alloys & Special Casting Exhibition (CHINA NONFERROUS) will be held from July 7 to 9 in Shanghai New International Expo Center (SINEC), Shanghai, China.
On Tuesday, May 11, once more, a comprehensive programme of lectures and workshops awaits the participants of the EUROGUSS MEXICO Virtual Weeks. It is still possible for die casting experts from around the world to participate in the international Virtual Weeks. Registered participants can watch all presentations on-demand once the event is over.
Given the major importance of Mexico to the die casting industry, and considering the ongoing restrictions on travel, NürnbergMesse has decided to hold this event in virtual form. Streamed “live action events” such as presentations, seminars and discussion rounds will be held on May 4, 11 and 18, 2021, and will subsequently be available for viewing on demand.
EUROGUSS MEXICO, which was originally scheduled to take place from May 4 to 6, 2021, is moving online. The on-site event at the Expo Guadalajara exhibition centre will be replaced by the EUROGUSS MEXICO Virtual Weeks, an online event just under three weeks long.
Preparations are in full swing for EUROGUSS 2022, to be held at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from January 18 to 20. The registration stage for exhibitors is already in progress, and businesses can still benefit from an early booking discount until October 31, 2020. In addition, the "Forum Gießerei-Industrie" will launch in November 2020, offering businesses in the sector quick tips and assistance in finding their way out of the current crisis.
The foundry industry has been turned upside down more than ever before by the Corona pandemic. Can the massive challenges be overcome and if so, how? The industry experts Prof. Dr. Sven Roeren and Johannes Messer provide relevant insights and point out an initial scale for the German foundry industry.
China Diecasting 2020 attracted more than 260 exhibitors from nine countries and more than 11,000 trade visitors from all over the world. Two congresses and 12 onsite events were held, including one theme event, four casting product displays and competition events, as well as 61 speeches and reports.
Due to global concerns over public health & safety, ALUCAST 2020 will be canceled in an abundance of caution for the safety of all exhibitors, attendees and partners. Scheduled to be held from December 3-5, 2020 in Chennai, the event was expected to attract more than 300 exhibitors from over 15 countries and more than 5,000 visitors, making it one of the most anticipated events for the aluminum die casting industry.
As a cooperation project between NürnbergMesse and Vogel Communications Group, SPOTLIGHTMETAL is organizing the German-speaking event "Forum Gießerei-Industrie" in Würzburg (Germany) for the first time on June 14 and 15, 2021. The aim of the event is to give the industry "impetus from the crisis".
Given the conditions we are experiencing due to the global health emergency, and for the sake of all, NürnbergMesse and B&N Exposiciones have decided to postpone the launch of EUROGUSS Mexico to a new date on May 4th to 6th 2021 at Expo Guadalajara, Mexico.