POWTECH 2019: Italvibras in Nuremberg to strengthen its presence on the German market

POWTECH 2019: Italvibras in Nuremberg to strengthen its presence on the German market

POWTECH 2019: Italvibras in Nuremberg to strengthen its presence on the German market

the fair


POWTECH 2019 is one of the world’s leading trade fair for the processing, analysis and handling of powders, granulates and bulk materials. Now in its 22nd edition, this year’s interesting programme will also offer the opportunity to attend seminars and conferences that pay special attention to the environment and recycling sectors.

where and wo


This year’s international event will be held from 9 to 11 April. It will feature around 800 exhibitors. Powtech is held in Nuremberg at the Messe Nürnberg, a famous fair district in the German city. The best way to get there from Italy is by plane, with flights departing from Bergamo Orio al Serio, Rome Ciampino and Verona airports. You can get to the fair from Nuremberg airport by taking the U2 underground train line. Change line at the central station (Hauptbahnhof) and take the U1 to Messe, in the direction of Langwasser – Süd. Journey time is approximately 30 minutes.

" Our products are achieving excellent results not just in Italy, but also in many other European countries. Germany, where we have an office, is undoubtedly an important market for our business and taking part in trade fairs such as POWTECH is fundamental to our continued growth "


things to see and to know

At Powtech 2019 with an eye on the environment

Among the main sectors at POWTECH 2019 is one linked to physical and environmental safety devices. Safety in the work process and the search for an impact capable of guarding against emissions have always been two of Italvibras’ fundamental values. To find out more, come and visit us at our stand.

one more thing


Nuremberg was reborn at the end of the Second World War, when, having been bombed and destroyed, it was completely rebuilt. Since then, it has opened up to a new lifestyle, thanks to its impressive economic and cultural development. Nowadays, the city offers many opportunities and has an international feel to it.

Goldenes Posthorn
Glöckleinsgasse 2, on the corner with Sebalder Platz

Once through the copper doorway, you enter a gastronomic paradise that has been in business since 1498. The specialty is würstel, a typical Nurembergdish.

Hotel Elch
Irrerstrasse 9

Located in the charming district of antique dealers, this is a romantic and cosy hotel. It has just 12 rooms, embellished by contemporary art works. Breakfast is served in a picturesque wooden restaurant.

Hotel Deutscher Kaiser
Königstrasse 55

Located in a wonderful central location, this historic hotel with its refined ambiences, kind and professional staff, has been owned by the same family since the early twentieth century. The rooms are elegant, featuring silk lampshades and Italian porcelain.

Karlstrasse 13-15

Among other things, Nuremberg also has an ancient tradition of toy manufacturing. This museum traces its history: from the simple hula hoop and antique toys made of wood and tin, to modern videogames and Barbie dolls. For children of all ages.

Jüdisches Museum Franken
Königstrasse 89

Nuremberg is also sadly known for being chosen by Hilter as the seat of his government. Nowadays, this indelible mark is still felt and the Jewish Museum of Franconia tries to keep the historical memory alive. It is located in Fürth, a nearby town that can be reached by U-Bahn, a kind of city underground train system.