LASYS 2018 on target for continued growth with increase in visitors and exhibitors

May 31, 2018

LASYS 2018 – the International Trade Fair for Laser Material Processing – will run from June 5–7, 2018, in Stuttgart, Germany. Messe Stuttgart, the organisers of the event, have stated that they expect an increase in the number of visitors and exhibitors attending the fair in 2018, as well as a further strengthening of the event’s position as an industry meeting place for manufacturers, users and decision-makers in industrial manufacturing. This year, Messe Stuttgart stated that it expects to see about 200 exhibitors and 6,000 visitors.

Florian Niethammer, Team Director of Industrial Solutions at Messe Stuttgart, stated, “With a clear focus on laser production systems, LASYS is accompanied by laser-specific machine subsystems, laser sources, processes and services. Once again, the trade fair will demonstrate its role as the leading international trade fair for the use of lasers in industrial manufacturing.”

LASYS offers a platform for a number of special application fields, new applications, industrial trends and innovations. The trade fair programme includes a number of events including its’Lasers in Action’ technical forum; the ‘Stuttgart Laser Days’, designed to enable knowledge sharing between international laser experts and users; the ‘Stuttgart Laser Marketplace’, where individuals from market research and industry will lecture on markets, technologies and applications in industrial laser technology; and a series of workshops.

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