Hannover/Istanbul. WIN EURASIA 2018, which ran from 15 to 18 March at the Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Center in Istanbul, reunited for the first time in ten years six tradeshows at one location. With Industrie 4.0 as its unifying theme, WIN EURASIA featured products and technologies for industrial automation, power transmission and fluid technology (IAMD EURASIA), materials handling and logistics (CeMAT EURASIA), electrotechnology (Electrotech EURASIA), surface treatment (SurfaceTechnology EURASIA), metalworking (Metalworking EURASIA), and welding (Welding EURASIA).
WIN EURASIA 2018 hosted more than 1,800 exhibiting companies and attracted more than 75,000 visitors. The event covered 34,600 square meters of display area. The supporting program consisted of forums and seminars on topics such as additive manufacturing, digital factory, Industrie 4.0, Logistics 4.0, and startups.
WIN EURASIA is organized by Hannover Fairs Turkey Fuarcılık A.Ş., Deutsche Messe's subsidiary in Turkey, and belongs to Deutsche Messe's global tradeshow portfolio, which includes events in Australia, Canada, China, Indonesia, Italy, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, and the United States. WIN EURASIA 2019 is scheduled for 14–17 March in Istanbul.