parts2clean – International trade fair for industrial parts and surface cleaning
As the only trade fair in the world focusing exclusively on industrial parts and surface cleaning, parts2clean not only reflects today’s market in its entirety, but also offers lots of added value in terms of its parallel three-day forum.
- Cleaning systems and cleaning agents for
- wet cleaning processes
- thermal processes
- blasting processes
- special processes and applications
- mechanical processes
- Systems and components for cleaning systems
- Contract cleaning
- Drying processes
- Corrosion protection and preservation
- Quality assurance, lab & analyatics
- Maintenance & Recycling
- Handling & Automation
- Services, Organizations & Publishers
Decision-makers welcome this platform for information and acquisitions
The 16th parts2clean clearly showed that more companies from different sectors are beginning to recognize the important role played by industrial parts and surface cleaning in maintaining quality standards in diverse stages of production. This was made evident not only by the extraordinarily high proportion of professionals who attended the event (99 percent), but also by the decision-making competence of the visitors within their companies. One in two visitors came from management and 85 percent of all visitors stated that they played a role in their company’s investment decisions. It was also clear that the visitors to parts2clean were keen to invest. No fewer than 82 percent of them came with clear ideas on acquisition and investment, a figure that was slightly higher than at last year’s trade show. Some 41 percent of these potential investors had an investment budget of over 100,000 euros at their disposal. In other words, many of the trade visitors arrived at the International Trade Fair for Industrial Parts and Surface Cleaning with clear intentions and concrete projects in mind.
Focus on trends and future requirements
A tour of parts2clean showed that this flagship event is not solely focused on current needs and demand for clean industrial components and surfaces. As parts2clean organizer Daebler pointed out: “We established that digitization and automation are making rapid inroads into industrial components and surface cleaning.” The organizers responded, therefore, by including new display formats, special presentations and various exhibits covering these future-focused areas.