Logimat Achieves Top Results

Logimat 2024 will once again close its doors with further increases in visitor numbers, exhibitor numbers, exhibition space and product premieres. With a proportion of around 35% international exhibitors, one in three exhibitors came to Stuttgart (Germany) from outside Germany this year.

After three successful trade fair days, Logimat 2024, the international trade fair for intralogistics solutions and process management, ended with growth and top values in all trade fair-relevant key figures. A total of 67,420 trade visitors (+8.1%) came to the Stuttgart exhibition grounds. 1,610 exhibitors (+6%) presented the latest solutions and product developments, including more than 120 innovative product premieres. In addition, the net exhibition space was increased by a further 2,000 m2 to a good 67,000m2. A total of 101,649 people (trade visitors, exhibitors, media representatives) visited the exhibition grounds over the three days of the trade fair. "Logimat is thus continuing its success story," says Exhibition Director Michael Ruchty from Munich trade fair organizer Euroexpo Messe- und Kongress-GmbH. "Once again this year, we have shown that with creativity, even with the space available, additional areas can be developed and innovative new features can be integrated. Logimat thus offers exhibitors and trade visitors a highly attractive and globally unique platform time and time again."

The ten exhibition halls at the Stuttgart exhibition center were fully booked early on. On the 125,000 m2 of gross exhibition space available, leading global product manufacturers, system developers, integrators, and service providers from 40 countries presented their latest new developments and solutions for efficient intralogistics processes. Around 150 companies were represented at Logimat for the first time. With a share of 35%, one in three exhibitors came from abroad this year – 86 of them from overseas, China, North America and Australia. "Logimat in Stuttgart has earned an international reputation as the most important presentation platform and working trade fair for the intralogistics industry and is regarded as the world's leading intralogistics trade fair," emphasizes Exhibition Director Ruchty. "Exhibitors from Germany and abroad appreciate the Stuttgart location in the center of Europe with its direct connection to the airport, road and soon also long-distance rail transport."

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