CWIEME Berlin 2019

Redemption show will run May 21-23 in German capital

CWIEME’s Berlin showcase—alongside past shows in Istanbul, Chicago, and Shanghai—celebrates 25 years in the coil winding industry. The show will run May 21-23 in the German capital. Some industry professionals openly wonder if the show will have lost some support in connection with its sister show being cancelled last fall in Chicago. But more than likely, it won’t need to do much to rebound, as it has the assist of an anniversary:

“We’ll be celebrating 25 years in leading the coil winding, electric motor, generator and transformer conversation in 2020—and we’ve got plenty in store for you to mark this major milestone,” the association stated (in an e-mail titled “CWIEME Berlin has come a long way—and we want you back!”, nonetheless.)

New features of the show set to be unveiled include:

  1. A new Meet-the-Buyer VIP program: a “dedicated matchmaking system” designed to match exhibitors with select key buyers to meet new buyers and increase business
  2. Global Attendance: Increased investment designed to drive more international visitors and buyers to the show and help expand companies’ distribution and networking possibilities on a global scale
  3. Industry Intelligence: “Dedicated content workshops” discussing transformation, digitalization, and the future of electric motor, generator, and e-mobility. These are designed to help businesses prepare for the next 25 years of industry.


Keynotes and other exciting events include:

  • Wolfgang Lipp, Vice President of SMR presents his global industry analysis, trends and outlook on the electrical steel market
  • Agustín Tenorio, (Senior Vice-President at Siemens AG), Lex Hartman (Special Strategic Advisor from TenneT Holding B. V.), and Power Technology Research’s Principal Analyst, Saqib Saeed discuss the T & D infrastructure landscape, AI technology in renewable energy and the challenges and opportunities ahead for the renewables transformers in the renewables market and wider energy sector. and future consequences for the energy sector
  • Thomas Hueck, Chief Economist at Robert Bosch examines the key global economic issues that are driving change, and their impact in 2019 as well as what’s ahead for the global economy over the next five years
  • The Altair Mini Event will dive in to simulation-driven innovation for electrical machines, including acoustic optimisation for concentrate winding BLDC motors, bladeless wind energy generation technology and improving NVH for high performance, in-wheel electric motor


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