SEW-EURODRIVE Will Be at German Technology Day 2022

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September 30, 2022


The Future of Automation: Digital, Sustainable, Efficient

Fifteen prominent companies with expertise in automation and advanced manufacturing host this year’s fourth series of German Technology Days on October 20th at Humber College’s Barrett Centre in Etobicoke.

A unique showcase of products from the various organizations will be displayed. Visitors will be able to witness true integration of technology and learn how to find cost-effective and sustainable solutions that work in any environment, saving valuable resources and time!

SEW-EURODRIVE will be there! Enjoy connecting and collaborating with them. Visit them at Booth # 5.

See the agenda by clicking here 


To register, click here 

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