International trade show rebranding

Date: 07.07.2023Source: POWTEC

POWTECH, the International Processing Trade Fair for Powder, Bulk Solids, Fluids and Liquids, is expanding its importance as the technology platform for the processing sector, and will in future operate under a new branding as POWTECH TECHNOPHARM.

Whilst POWTECH 2023 will take place under its known name; POWTECH TECHNOPHARM will follow from 23 to 25 September 2025 at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, where it will be co-located with PARTEC 2025 and FACHPACK 2025.

Said Heike Slotta, Executive Director Exhibitions, NürnbergMesse: “The combined POWTECH TECHNOPHARM brand offers a home for the providers of process engineering and also for their customers. It is a three-day working trade fair for talking shop and finding solutions, with hands-on technology and a European focus. And an important new development for the community is the fact that the strategy is being relaunched and adapted to meet current requirements.”

NürnbergMesse and APV (International Association for Pharmaceutical Technology), one of the honorary sponsors of the trade fair, are taking their collaboration to a new level with POWTECH TECHNOPHARM.

Commented Jörg Breitkreutz, President of APV: “With POWTECH TECHNOPHARM and the collaborative arrangements agreed with PARTEC and FACHPACK, we are opening a new chapter in the long and successful history of cooperation between APV and NürnbergMesse.” with Johannes Bartholomäus, board member with responsibility for trade fair events at APV, adding: “That will enable us to do justice to the growing importance of parenteral fluids, with particular reference to active ingredients obtained using biotechnology, such as specific antibodies or mRNA molecules. What is taking shape is a combined event for all areas of the pharmaceutical industry at the trade fair venue of Nuremberg.” For more visit powtec.de/en/

David Cox / IDM

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