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Hannover. Buoyed by the successful premiere of Hydrogen + Fuel Cells NORTH AMERICA in September this year, Deutsche Messe is expanding its offering of energy-themed shows in North America with the inclusion of an "Industrial Energy Systems" display at its HANNOVER MESSE USA tradeshow, which premieres from 10 to 15 September 2018. Deutsche Messe has had a presence in the U.S. market for many years and has been running trade fairs alongside IMTS (International Manufacturing Technology Show) in Chicago since 2012. The company will now run these Chicago-based shows under the "HANNOVER MESSE USA" brand, starting in 2018 with a premiere that is expected to feature around 550 exhibitors.

HANNOVER MESSE USA provides an ideal industrial setting for Industrial Energy Systems exhibitors, who will, among much else, demonstrate how manufacturing firms can leverage in-house integrated energy management systems to achieve a sustained competitive edge and continually improve their energy efficiency. As well as providers of energy management, energy automation and UPS technologies, the Industrial Energy Systems display will feature manufacturers of energy system components, such as busbars, cables, connectors, switches, switch gear, transformers and housings.

For visitors, next September's HANNOVER MESSE USA is the perfect opportunity to learn about the latest technologies on the market and how they can save them money.

A number of German companies have already registered as exhibitors for the upcoming show. One of them is BLOCK Transformatoren-Elektronik GmbH, which operates a production and sales subsidiary in Franklin Park, Illinois. BLOCK welcomes the new showcase, as Marketing Director Jens Kramer explains: "Great organization. Great support. Great visitor make-up. For us, HANNOVER MESSE USA is the most important trade fair in America. We have been using its predecessor events to maintain existing relationships and successfully win new customers since as long ago as 2012. We welcome the the new Industrial Energy Systems display and will definitely be back again in 2018."