CeMAT Russia, one of the country's leading tradeshows for materials handling, warehousing equipment and logistics, featured 180 companies from 20 countries during its recently concluded 19–21 September 2017 run at the Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre in Moscow.
Display area totaled 8,000 square meters, a 25 percent increase compared to the 2016 show. Exhibiting companies presented products ranging from cranes, forklifts and packaging systems to conveyors, hoisting devices and logistics IT. For example, STILL showcased its iGo neo CX20 picker and Jungheinrich displayed its ECE 225 order picker.
Audience size grew six percent to 5,050 visitors from 32 countries. The majority of visitors came from the retail, manufacturing and logistics sectors to compare and evaluate products and systems for efficient warehouse management. The premiere of the Efficient Management of Company Intralogistics Forum drew more than 725 participants for discussions about challenges and best practices in the logistics sector.
COOO Deutsche Messe RUS, Deutsche Messe's subsidiary in Russia, organizes CeMAT RUSSIA in partnership with the ITE Group Plc., a UK-based trade fair company with offices in eleven countries.
CeMAT Russia 2018 runs from 19 to 21 September 2018 at the Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre.
CeMAT trade fairs are staged by Deutsche Messe in dynamic markets around the world. They serve intralogistics providers as highly effective marketing instruments, enabling them to reach key customers for their innovative goods and services in multiple target countries and regions. Deutsche Messe's overseas CeMAT events are offshoots of the parent event in Germany, which ranks as the world's leading trade show for intralogistics and supply chain management and is staged every two years in Hannover (next show: 23–27 April 2018, parallel to HANNOVER MESSE). CeMAT features products and solutions for every challenge in intralogistics, including innovative, energy-saving forklifts and industrial trucks, sophisticated, fully automated conveyor systems, ingenious rack and warehousing systems, and the latest in control systems and logistics IT. Other key highlights include cranes and lifting equipment, access platforms, Auto ID systems, robotic logistics solutions and packaging technology.