It’s just a week to go until Tire Technology Expo 2023, Europe’s most important tire manufacturing technology exhibition and conference, returns to the Deutsche Messe in Hannover, Germany, on March 21, 22 and 23.
The event features the world’s leading suppliers to the tire manufacturing industry, representatives from major tire makers and expert contributors from across the industry and academia, not to mention a major conference packed with cutting-edge presentations. Tire Technology Expo 2023 provides visitors, exhibitors and conference delegates with a highly valuable networking opportunity that is unrivaled within the sector – and unique to the staging of a live show. If you haven’t registered for a FastTrack entry pass already, those wishing to attend are encouraged to do so now to avoid having to queue upon arrival.
New product launches
As in previous years, Tire Technology Expo offers exhibitors the best platform to showcase their latest advances and launches, and 2023 will prove no different. Europe’s premier technology showcase will feature live demonstrations of equipment and new materials covering the complete spectrum of the tire manufacturing process. Many booths will feature fully functioning setups of machinery, enabling you to review the latest manufacturing systems and material handling solutions; and there will be a full range of chemical and tire material companies on hand to discuss next-generation tire science.
There’s no shortage of highlights to look out for this year, but be sure to check out TTI editor-in-chief Matt Ross’s highlights here.
The show will feature the industry’s leading names, such as VMI, HF Group, Marangoni, Mesnac and many more. There’s also a chance to get to know newcomers to the industry, with exhibitors traveling to Hannover from companies based all around the world. Click here to read all the latest show news and click here to see the full exhibitor list.
The expo’s prestigious conference, which features hundreds of expert speakers from leading companies and institutions, will highlight the issues and trends set to dominate the tire business in the future. Key presenters include Pierre Fraisse, vice president technical operations, passenger car and light truck tires for Michelin; Stefan Koeppen, principal engineer at Goodyear; Domenico La Camera, research director at WBCSD Tire Industry Project – and many more! Book your pass (rates apply) here.
Finally, don’t miss the Tire Technology International Awards for Innovation and Excellence, which recognize key industry achievements over the past 12 months, and will be presented from 17:00 on Day 1 (Tuesday, March 21) during the exhibitor hall drinks party. The 2023 awards feature a host of new categories, and all visitors, exhibitors and delegates are invited – there are no formalities: feel free to grab a drink and enjoy.
Don’t miss the networking opportunity of the year – register for your free exhibition entry pass, today, by clicking here.