International Trade Fair for Innovative Electronics Production
in Munich is THE leading trade fair for electronics production. It is the only
trade fair in the world that features
- the entire value
chain for electronics manufacturing - from software to process control, from
technology to applications, and from products to system solutions – under a
- all of the industry’s
- the latest
developments and innovations, so it gives you a look at the future of
also focuses on attractive, future-oriented highlight themes
advantage of this added value
and profit from the effects of synergy.
In short: productronica is an outstanding gathering for leading German and
international manufacturers and newcomers
who give other participants a
look at both the present and the future.
The industry gathering:
Global presence. Quantity with quality.
1,200 exhibitors – some 40% of them from abroad – in 7 halls with 77,000 m² of
exhibition space await you at this year's productronica. Companies of all
sizes, global market leaders and industry start-ups, established regular
exhibitors and innovative first-time exhibitors from all branches of the
electronics-manufacturing industry will present their impressive range of
products and services at productronica 2013.
The innovation platform:
Highly topical, comprehensive, first rate.
productronica 2013 revolves around newly developed products as well as the
latest manufacturing technologies and system solutions. It is a unique
platform, and other trade fairs for this sector pale by comparison. It is the
perfect place to discover innovative process technologies as well as important
developments in automation, manufacturing technology for PCBs, and the sectors
for measuring, testing and inspection technology and quality assurance.
Dynamic and the measure of new markets.
At each exhibition, productronica places emphasis on specific sectors, which
are selected on the basis of current and future industry developments, their
increasing significance and role in the manufacturing process or the need to
depict new markets. The highlight themes
in 2013 are as follows: cables and plug
connectors, efficient production management, coilware manufacturing, LED manufacturing
and discrete components and electronic manufacturing services.
Besides the solutions and products of leading manufacturers, each theme has its
own highlight forum that will give you intense insights into current and future
developments in these sectors.
The PCB and EMS Community Area:
New, innovative and sustainable
Thanks to the PCB & EMS Community Area
, which was established in 2011,
productronica is the perfect place for the PCB and EMS industry to come
together. As a result, exhibitors and visitors can meet in the “heart of the
industry” in Hall B1, with the PCB & EMS Marketplace in the middle. The
Marketplace is divided into various communication areas, which makes it perfect
for networking. As a result, productronica lives up to its reputation as an
independent, innovative platform that promotes the success of all market
The related-events program:
Multifaceted and future oriented.
productronica will present and explain all the topics that set standards in
electronics production again in 2013. The sessions in the productronica
in Hall A1, the Innovation Forum
in Hall B2 and the Speakers
in the PCB and EMS Marketplace in Hall B1 deal with current and future
market and technology topics. Additional highlight themes are explained and
discussed in detail in the highlight segments in the forums. The CEO
Roundtable, where leading international executives discuss the future of
industrial production in Germany and Europe, promises to be an additional
highlight at productronica 2013. The special shows:
Interactive events that expand the horizons.
Attractive special shows give visitors even deeper insights into the various
areas: The Special Show on Coilware
presents the entire value chain in coilware
manufacturing, from refineries and materials to distributors, machines and
final applications. The Cleanroom Event Stage
will feature interactive live
sessions that demonstrate the significance of the cleanroom to electronics