With more than 1,300 exhibitors expected to visit Munich, Germany, for iba, this year’s event is attracting a huge level of interest. Neill Barston speaks exclusively to project manager Claudia Weidner As project manager for iba, Claudia Weidner is well aware of the major logistical, technical and practical challenges arising from staging a major global industry trade fair. The executive… Read more »
With an extensive range of equipment, processes and concepts being launched at this year’s iba in Germany, we examine some of the technology highlights expected at the event this month in Munich During this year’s event, Theegarten-Pactec will be showcasing its latest portfolio for primary packaging of snacks at the joint stand with Winkler and Dünnebier. The premium supplier develops… Read more »
Visitors can experience outstanding artisan achievements, discover new ideas, open up additional areas of business, learn about technical developments in the trade, watch new machines in action, test products, listen to lectures, talk to experts and thereby promote their own company. iba’s organizers explain the reasons that a visit to the trade fair is a must for those in the… Read more »
Four teams, two from Asia and two from Europe were all aiming to convince the international jury with their sweet works of art at “Confectioners” iba-UIBC-CUP, but the winners were Peng Hao and Chia Ming Yang, from Taiwan. They had one and a half days to master the tasks at hand. A décor piece made from sugar, chocolate, marzipan and… Read more »
Norbert Kijak, the Marketing Director of the Snack Akademie, answered few questions about the Snack Action Area, on iba website. What inspiration do iba visitors take home to their own businesses after a visit to the Snack Action Area? Norbert Kijak: Trade visitors can experience the potential found in well-developed snack concepts and find the right approach for their business… Read more »
Whether it is ovens, refrigeration systems, cooking appliances, display cases, heating, lighting, or hot water, a lot of energy is used in bakeries and stores. The demand for energy saving solutions, which significantly reduce operating costs, is greater than ever. At iba 2015, entrepreneurs find a wide range of new solutions for individual, large, and industrial enterprises. «I am excited… Read more »
iba 2015 highlights the Day of German Baker, on September 13, with interesting guided tours through the trade show will take place, especially designed for small and medium-sized craft businesses.
From 12 to 17 September 2015, IBA, the leading international trade fair for bakery, pastry and snacks, will be back in the Munich exhibition halls. Every three years, iba invites the who´s who of bakers, pastry chefs, caterers, restaurateurs and of the food trade to an international sectoral highlight.
New technology joins the Old World wholesomeness of European-style baked foods at iba 2012, to be held Sept. 16-21 in Munich, Germany. This year’s trade show is expected to be bigger than previous ones with more than 1,600 exhibitors from around the globe filling 12 halls compared with 10 halls at iba 2009. In all, exhibitors will take up more than 1.4 million sq ft of the city’s main convention center.