Europe’s leading trade fair for the metalworking industry will be back

AMB will take place Europe’s leading trade fair for the metalworking industry will be back

Editor: Alexander Stark

Germany — The International Metal Machining Exhibition — AMB — will return to its regular cycle and will take place again at the Stuttgart Trade Fair from September 13 to 17, 2022.

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With a positive economic outlook and strong industry support, AMB is setting its sights on a successful show in Stuttgart from September 13-17, 2022.

(Source: Landesmesse Stuttgart)

With progress being made in vaccinating huge parts of the population, travel restrictions in Europe are also being eased again. Of course, trade fair organizers have been waiting for this news for the past few months, including Messe Stuttgart where the AMB will again take place in 2022.

All major exhibitors from the metal working and processing industry will present their innovations and further developments for interested trade visitors during five trade fair days. “We are really excited to finally be able to hold trade fairs again,” says Gunnar Mey, Head of Industry at Landesmesse Stuttgart.

Gunnar Mey, Head of Industry at Landesmesse Stuttgart, is delighted with the exhibitor support at AMB 2022.
Gunnar Mey, Head of Industry at Landesmesse Stuttgart, is delighted with the exhibitor support at AMB 2022.

(Source: Messe Stuttgart)

The Trade Fair Advisory Board supports the project team in its efforts: during the kick-off meeting on June 8, all companies have pledged to fully support the show. Companies present at the meeting were DMG Mori, Index-Werke, Hahn+Kolb, Emco, GF Machining Solutions, Chiron Werke, FFG Europe, Kasto, Gührig, Eratizit, ISCAR, Hartmetall-Werkzeugfabrik Paul Horn, Mapal, Nagel Werkzeug-Maschinen , Ilg + Sulzberger and Römheld. “The trust placed in us by exhibitors and partners makes us extremely proud and confirms us on the path to a great AMB 2022,” says Mey.

Current market data presented by AMB’s promotional supporters, including the VDMA Precision Tools Association, the VDMA Software and Digitalization Association, and the German Machine Tool Builders’ Association (VDW), endorse the impressions of the Show Advisory Board and give a positive outlook on current economic developments: The increase in incoming orders indicates a recovery in the industry. These are the best signs of a successful restart of the AMB which is accelerating with the announced registration phase, specify the organizers.

The next important step for exhibitors at AMB 2022 is the start of the planning phase on October 15, 2021.

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