formnext 2017: 100 new exhibitors from 22 countries announced

June 20, 2017

Now in its third year, formnext powered by tct looks poised to continue its impressive growth path. A full six months before the 2017 show opens its doors, more than 20,000 m2 of exhibition space had been booked by 290 exhibitors, meaning that the organisers have already surpassed the size of last year’s event.

formnext 2017 will for the first time occupy two levels of Messe Frankfurt’s Hall 3. The organisers stated that industry leaders are positioned at strategic locations on both levels to ensure a balanced flow of visitors.

“In an exciting and dynamic market, formnext continues to grow apace and underscore its status as the leading international conference and exhibition for Additive Manufacturing and the next generation of intelligent production solutions,” stated Sascha F Wenzler, Head of Division for formnext at event organizer Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH.

One of the pillars supporting the growth of formnext 2017 is its large number of new exhibitors. This year, 100 companies from 22 countries have registered to exhibit at formnext for the first time. Leading the way are those from Germany, China, Austria, France, the Netherlands and the United States.

 

Conference expansion

The formnext powered by tct conference brings together leading industry minds on each day of the exhibition. For the first time this year, it will cover the latest developments in Additive Manufacturing in two parallel sessions. The sectors covered will include aerospace, healthcare, automotive, heavy industry and the tool making sector.

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Metal AM magazine at formnext

Metal AM magazine will once again be a media partner at formnext. Our Autumn/Fall issue will be distributed from our exhibition booth and the dedicated literature area. Companies interested in supporting their participation though advertising in this issue should contact Jon Craxford, Metal AM Advertising Sales Director.

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