The second Cleanzone on October 22 and 23, 2013 in Frankfurt am Main is off to a promising start with a stronger profile. Last year, the trade fair and congress made a successful debut as the new international industry meeting point for cleanroom technology. It is targeted towards all companies and sectors in which industrial production is taking place under cleanroom conditions today and tomorrow.
2013 the trade fair will therefore be focusing even more precisely on visitors coming from two important industrial sectors: “Technology & Micro-Technology,” which is targeted towards the micro-electronics, micro-system technology, semi-conductors, aerospace technology, optical and laser technology, automotive, electronics and precision engineering markets. The other main focus comprises “Life Sciences,” with the markets of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, sterile production of food, medical research, pharmacies and biotechnology. Overlaps can be found in the areas of medical technology and packaging solutions.
"With the stronger profile we are underlining the interdisciplinary character of Cleanzone. At the same time, we directly address those industries that are relatively new to this fascinating and future-oriented cross-sectional technology,” says Johannes Schmid-Wiedersheim, Director New Events at Messe Frankfurt Exhibition.
Cleanzone in Frankfurt
Cleanzone is the new international cross-sector meeting place for cleanroom technology. It is organized by Messe Frankfurt and supported by its marketing and content partner ReinraumAkademie Leipzig. Participants from 13 countries made their way to Frankfurt for the debut in October 2012, and both the trade fair and congress earned top marks: 89 percent of visitors and 84 percent of exhibitors were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with the event’s debut, 46 percent of visitors were from top management, and 88 percent stated that they were able to influence purchasing and procurement decisions in their companies. Both the international scope and thematic range of the trade fair and congress are to be expanded in their second year.