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More details on Paperworld 2017

October 18, 2016

The event, taking place next January, will feature a ‘Future Office’ special exhibition, as more exhibitors confirm for the Remanexpo product group.IMG_1143

The show next year – which includes the Remanexpo product group – will take place from 28 to 31 January in Frankfurt, Germany, and a wide range of industry companies are already confirmed for the event as exhibitors, with strong interest shown in the event. Previous exhibitors have already received an email containing a personal link to registration as well, and you can register for the event here.

In May, The Recycler reported that the entire Paperworld event has seen a record number of exhibitor registrations, and recently The Recycler reported that over 100 exhibitors have been confirmed for the Remanexpo product group at the event. The exhibitor list for the 2017 event can be viewed here, and will be updated as more exhibitors confirm.

A host of companies exhibiting at next year’s show have already discussed their participation with The Recycler, including: Impro; Static Control; THS; OrinkTurbon and Embatex; Nikko Group; Mito; Hubei Dinglong; Aster; IR Italiana Riprografia; Uninet; wta Carsten Weser; Cross Imaging; TNCore; Katun; MML; Biuromax; Triton; 3T Supplies’ Peach division; Gikar Industrial; and CIT.

Messe Frankfurt, the show’s organisers, have noted that the event will “offer insights into the office of the future”, with visitors able to see “what tomorrow’s working world is expected to look like” in different areas of the event, such as Hall 3.0 and the ‘Future Office’ special exhibition. This will include “completely new room concepts” and “zones” that can be explored, with Director Michael Reichold noting that the exhibition “is aimed at all Paperworld trade visitors who want to get a glimpse of tomorrow’s office world.

“Moreover, it will also be of great interest to architects, interior architects, planners and facility managers because it shows how our workplaces could be planned in a few years. For paper, office supplies and stationery manufacturers, the exhibition reveals the new product-development opportunities likely to be created by the changing working world”.

This year’s event saw over 1,608 exhibitors and 36,773 visitors from over 139 countries, with exhibitors said to be “pleased with new contacts, order patterns and [the] internationality” of the visitors to their booths”. Exhibitor and visitor surveys showed that “real innovations and novelties”, alongside “positive order patterns”, created a “positive mood” among exhibitors at the event. A call for papers has also been launched for the REMCON conference.

The Recycler reported on the event in Frankfurt here, here, here and here; and a full report from this year’s Remanexpo can be found in issue 280 of The Recycler. To find out more about next year’s event, visit the website at, and keep checking our events website at

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