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POHJANMAAN TEOLLISUUS

23‒24 November 2022 | VAASA-MUSTASAARI
Open: Wed 10.00-17.00 & Thu 9.00-15.00

This year, the Pohjanmaan Teollisuus event is held in Vaasa. The number one industrial trade event in Ostrobothnia brings together industrial management, production, design, and supplying professionals. Pohjanmaan Teollisuus offers a unique opportunity to overview the present and future possibilities of the trade during two efficient event days.

ENERGY AND ELECTRICITY AT POHJANMAAN TEOLLISUUS 2022

In 2021, the main theme of Pohjanmaan Teollisuus was sustainable development, an important and continually current topic which will strongly define business strategies in the future. In 2022, we are taking sustainability even further by including energy and electricity in the event program. That is why it makes perfect sense to arrange Pohjanmaan Teollisuus in Vaasa in 2022, a city known for its energy industry. The region is home to EnergyVaasa, the largest energy technology cluster in the Nordic countries, as well as many high technology businesses, universities, and research facilities. Together these form an excellent basis for establishing new businesses, one example being the successful investments in the Giga-Vaasa project in order to establish battery production in the region.

Energy consumption and generation play a key role in the sustainable development of all companies. More energy is being produced and consumed than ever before, and the increased demand brings challenges for both the environment and the businesses. At Pohjanmaan Teollisuus 2022, we will delve into sustainable development from the energy point-of-view through seminars, the exhibition fields and more.

THE KEY THEMES PRESENTED AT POHJANMAAN TEOLLISUUS ARE:

  • Automation, robotics, and digitalization
  • 3D printing and software
  • Industrial machinery and equipment 
  • Components and contract manufacturing
  • Logistics and storage
  • Sustainable services and solutions
  • Product development and innovation
  • Service and maintenance
  • Research, training, and recruitment
  • Energy generation
  • Electric, heat, and gas grids
  • Electricity transmission and storage