Trade fairs Solids, Recycling-Technik and Pumps & Valves 2023 in Dortmund with a strong supporting program

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On March 29th and 30th, 2023, the new trade fair year will also start in Dortmund for the world of bulk materials, processes and recycling. For the date in spring, the combination of the three trade fairs Solids, Recycling-Technik and Pumps & Valves promises not only well-known exhibitors but also a high-quality supporting program.
Trade fairs Solids, Recycling-Technik and Pumps & Valves 2023 in Dortmund with a strong supporting program

On March 29th and 30th, 2023, the new trade fair year will also start in Dortmund for the world of bulk materials, processes and recycling (Image source: Easyfairs)

Well-founded expert lectures and planned themed routes inform the specialist audience about trends and solutions in the areas of sustainability, digitization and process optimization. With the presentation of live explosions on the outdoor area, the organizer sets additional highlights for the visitors.

"With the focal points on both days of the fair and our demanding lecture and supporting program, we ensure a high level of knowledge transfer together with our industrial partners," says Anna Lena Sandmann, responsible for the organizer Easyfairs Deutschland GmbH. The organizer is reacting to the current needs of companies and is focusing on process optimization, digitization and sustainability on March 29th and 30th, 2023 in Dortmund at the solids, recycling technology and pumps & valves. Occupational safety, fire and explosion protection are also not neglected at the three trade fairs. In numerous specialist lectures, experts from industry and research will shed light on red-hot topics in the sectors. The organization continues to run at full speed and many well-known partners and exhibitors have already announced themselves for the coming spring. For example Atlas Copco, Eurodur GmbH and Vibrowest Italiana Srl. Visitors can secure their trade fair ticket for the exchange of information in advance.

Strong partners provide impetus
The stages of the Solutions and Innovation Centers are again heavily occupied in March. Experts from different fields show trends and solutions and then invite the audience to exchange ideas with them in a personal conversation. Some important key topics of the lecture blocks have already been determined and are waiting for an interested specialist audience. Renowned trade fair partners from industry, teaching and research organize the top-class lecture panels and guide the audience through the program. These include, for example, Graf Holding GmbH, whose raw materials manager Dr. Dirk Textor accompanied the contributions on the topic "Material and chemical recycling - opponent or partner?". Or the Textile Recycling Association, which works with the German Demolition Association to recycle building materials. Several well-known teaching and research institutes are involved in some of the top issues in the bulk goods industry. The Ostwestfalen University of Applied Sciences is supporting the food panel, the Bergische Universität Wuppertal is responsible for "dust release when handling powders, granules and bulk materials" and the faculty of biological and chemical engineering at the Technical University of Dortmund is supporting the "innovative solutions for the continuous solids process engineering”.

New Impuls Center stage thinks outside the box
The lecture program in hall five is completely new this year. The Impuls Center stage there provides space for a change of perspective and shows innovative ways to corporate success. Keynote speakers from outside the industry also have their say, including two very unusual speakers. In the key note "YNWA - You'll never work alone", loosely based on the motto "You don't score goals alone", the former professional soccer player Erik Meijer and leadership expert Dr. Holger Schmitz gives insights into her profession and draws inspiring parallels between successful companies and professional football.

Themed routes and explosive highlights
If you would like to get an overview on your own, you will find your way around the planned themed routes of the exhibition. Along the way, visitors meet selected exhibitors and receive information on important issues. In addition to details on sustainability or process optimization, the tours also offer valuable aspects of digitization or industrial fire and explosion protection. The latter finds its explosive climax on the open-air site of the trade fair. Here, REMBE GmbH Safety + Control and IND EX e.V. are organizing impressive live explosions on both days and impressively demonstrating the risks that lurk in everyday industrial life. Visitors can follow the extraordinary spectacle up close and yet at a safe distance outdoors.

Registration has started
It is already clear that a visit to the technology fairs in spring is worthwhile again. The online registration of the Solids, Recycling Technique and Pumps & Valves on March 29th and 30th in Dortmund is open and anyone who wants to benefit from the strong program should secure their trade fair ticket right away.

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