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Weil visits Hanover trade fair partner country Portugal

2021-10-17T17:45:55.639Z

Lower Saxony's Prime Minister Stephan Weil set out on a trip to Portugal on Sunday. The focus is on talks about industrial transformation, as the State Chancellery announced on Sunday. Portugal is the partner country of the next Hanover Fair this coming spring. With around 140 exhibitors, the state wants to present industrial solutions, particularly on IT and software topics, as well as from the renewable energies sector.



Lower Saxony's Prime Minister Stephan Weil set out on a trip to Portugal on Sunday.

The focus is on talks about industrial transformation, as the State Chancellery announced on Sunday.

Portugal is the partner country of the next Hanover Fair this coming spring.

With around 140 exhibitors, the state wants to present industrial solutions, particularly on IT and software topics, as well as from the renewable energies sector.

Hanover / Lisbon - Weil is accompanied on his trip by a business delegation, including the CEO of Deutsche Messe, Jochen Köckler.

The trip ends on Tuesday.

Weil said that a profound industrial transformation was taking place across Europe.

“In the future, companies will work more sustainably and digitally.

In many places, innovative solutions for the urgently needed stronger focus on environmental and climate protection as well as new digitization strategies are being developed - also in Portugal. ”He is looking forward to the exchange on these topics.

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According to the schedule on Monday, the program includes talks with representatives from politics and business - including a representative of the Portuguese Minister for Infrastructure and Housing.

A visit to VW Digital Solutions in Lisbon is also on the agenda.

As the world's most important meeting of the industry for industrial technology and mechanical engineering, the Hanover Fair will again run primarily as a face-to-face event at the end of April.

In 2020 the trade fair was canceled due to the Corona crisis, this year it was only run as a digital format.

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Source: merkur

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