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Posted on 23 May 2019

PCIM Europe brings the world of power electronics to Nuremberg


After three electrifying days, PCIM Europe has come to an end with a positive outcome. In total, 416 exhibitors and 88 represented companies presented themselves on an area of approximately 21,000 square meters. Thereby, they introduced the latest trends, developments and innovations from the fields of power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management to round about 9,000 visitors.

With more than 250 lectures about new technological trends in power electronics components and systems, the conference, which took place in parallel to the exhibition, provided a diverse, first-class program to 739 participants.

Figures of PCIM Europe 2015 at a glance

  • Exhibition space: 21,000 qm
  • Exhibitors: 416 and 88 represented companies
  • Visitors: 8,962
  • Conference delegates: 739

A full report will be available by the end of June after detailed analysis of the event.

High resolution pictures of PCIM Europe 2015 are available at in the press section.

PCIM Europe 2016 will take place from 10 – 12 May 2019 at the exhibition centre in Nuremberg.

First statements of exhibitors:

“It was our first time being an exhibitor at PCIM Europe, thereby our expectations were exceeded by far. High-quality contacts with decision makers and development engineers from the field of power electronics promise a successful follow up business to us. From now on, PCIM Europe will be an annually must for us as producers of top-quality stamping parts.” - Thomas Waidner, Thomas Waidner GmbH

“It’s the place to be for power electronics.” - Ted Smith, ON Semiconductor

“For Kaschke Components, PCIM Europe 2015 was once again very interesting and successful.” - Josef Postert, Kaschke Components


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