Portugal Partner Country will be at HANNOVER MESSE 2022 with 109 companies of the clusters of Engineered Parts & Solutions, Energy Solutions, Digital Ecosystems and Automation, Motion & Drives (13 companies). Portugal will attend the MESSE with a strong exhibition presence, reflected in four pavilions: a Central Pavilion in Hall 2, and three Satellite Pavilions in Halls 3, 5 and 13.
Portuguese participation at HM’22 will strengthen the position of the Portuguese industry in the European value chains
The 2022 edition of HANNOVER MESSE, the world’s largest industry trade fair, which takes place at the Hannover Exhibition Centre from 30 May to 2 June, will be one of this year’s most defining business events as it has resumed the face-to-face format in a post-pandemic context.
Portugal, the partner country of HANNOVER MESSE’22, is a global player in Engineered Parts & Solutions. The Portuguese offer has demonstrated enormous international competitiveness in this business area.
Portugal has generated significant international awareness in the field of energy. The Partner Country at this year’s HANNOVER MESSE presents 13 innovative Portuguese companies with advanced technological solutions in renewable energies.
Partner Country Portugal boasts one of Europe’s most liberal business ecosystems with policies that favor foreign investment. Portuguese companies develop innovative digital technologies that enable international companies to improve the quality of life for millions of people.
Portugal is an essential partner of German industry. More than 550 German companies operate in the country, where they find talent, innovation, reliability, and commitment to success.
Portugal closed its only remaining coal plant ten days ahead of schedule, making it the fourth country in Europe behind Austria, Belgium and Sweden to stop using coal as an energy source.
More than 100 companies from Partner Country Portugal have already registered for HANNOVER MESSE 2022. The contingent presents a representative sample of Portuguese industrial capabilities with technology-excellence clusters in the sectors of equipment and metalworking, mobility, automobiles, aeronautics, textiles, technical plastics, molds, production technologies and renewable energies.