Innovations and future perspectives in the field of electronics and electronic manufacturing are presented at the trade fair productronica in Munich. This trade fair has been for over 40 years the world's leading trade fair in the industry and it is held every three years. Here production companies meet with suppliers and customers within this industry. The trade fair always presents the latest developments and has more than 1,200 traders from 39 countries showing their innovations on an area of 77,000 square meters. Some 40,000 visitors, of which are 97% with professional background attend this trade fair. Almost half of the companies come from abroad.
The leading trade fair in the world of electronics: visit the productronica Munich
The productronica offers exhibition stands and various events such as large presentations, workshops, discussion groups around the table and smaller conferences where the prospects and opportunities of new products on the market are analysed. In the Speaker's Corner, every visitor can speak freely about his view on the electronic development. The innovation forum, on the other hand, is a place where you can meet new business partners. Every three years, the organiser identifies certain issues as a highlight of the trade fair considering always manufacturing technology and efficiency within the management production. W-Lan access and catering are of course also available to ensure your comfort during this fair.
Accommodation at the relexa hotel Munich
At the relexa hotel Munich we offer 121 comfortable furnished rooms, W-Lan access and a charming bar, where you can end your day enjoying a drink. We also have a small bistro restaurant. Business travellers will appreciate the meeting room and proximity to the main train station, which is the most important transport hub in Munich and gets you to the exhibition centre. You can use the underground U2 and reach the trade fair within 20 minutes. The entrances for productronica trade fair can be reached from the underground stations "Messestadt Ost" and "Messestadt West" on foot.