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March 28-31, 2017

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  • WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL is an extremely important platform for exchanging knowledge and conducting export business.

    Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety Dr. Barbara Hendricks

  • WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL is an extremely important event for the global water industry and a venue that showcases new and innovative solutions for countries such as Jordan.

    Dr. Hazim El-Naser, Jordanian Minister of Water and Irrigation

  • Incorporating the congress into the trade fair was the right decision and overall provided visitors with a better overview. The event attracted even greater international participation and we had positive meetings. The reactions from companies and associations were positive.

    Jörg Simon, chairman of the board of Wasser Berlin and Berliner Wasserbetriebe

  • The new concept of WASSER BERLIN with its 360-degree approach reflecting the entire water industry was an all-round success. A substantial number of decision-makers attended the fair.

    Andreas Schweitzer, Leiter Vertrieb Hermann Sewerin GmbH

  • We had excellent and informative talks. Compared to WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL 2013 we had more meetings with trade visitors who were decision-makers. 90 per cent of the people we met were from abroad.

    Steffen Nacke, product Manager, Industrielle Durchflussmesstechnik, Badger Meter Europa GmbH

  • For us and our members WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL is an outstanding platform for exchanging knowledge on the topic of water with people from Germany and abroad.

    Christine von Lonski, managing director, German Water Partnership

  • The chances of meeting our customers here are immense. I couldn’t normally meet that many people in a year. It is important for us to be represented here so that trade visitors can get to know our wide range of products.

    Manfred Vogelbacher, managing director, Stehmeyer + Bischoff Berlin GmbH & Co. KG

  • This was our first time at WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL and we are very satisfied. The fair attracted a lot of participants from abroad. We were able to establish many new leads and learned a lot about the German market.

    Cem Akgün, Sales and Marketing manager, XP Solutions

  • WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL 2015 fulfilled the expectations of the exhibitors in Hall 4.2 and in some cases exceeded them. The combined display under the heading of ’Water from Wells’, which we had organised, was a major highlight and attracted a great deal of attention.

    Gotthard Graß, general manager, figawa – Bundesvereinigung der Firmen im Gas- und Wasserfach

  • The overall concept of WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL 2015 was a success. The high level of international participation and the number of decision-makers at the fair were noteworthy aspects of the event. There was a joint focus on political themes and water industry topics.

    Dipl.-Ing. Jörn Winkels, chairman of the advisory council WASSER BERLIN and managing director of Salzgitter Mannesmann


.. with high number of decision-makers, political representatives and an outstanding programme of events.

From 24 to 27 March 2015 22,686 trade visitors from 104 countries found out about the latest products, services and technical solutions displayed by 557 exhibitors representing 26 countries. For more details please check our closing report 2015.

FLOOD MANAGEMENT BERLIN a new exhibition segment with an accompanying symposium. Trade visitors have the chance to get insights into products, services and solutions focusing on flood control, hydraulic engineering and disaster management.

Congress and Symposia

Current topics and solutions of the water industry were discussed and explored in high-level panel discussions during the trade fair WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL. The detailed congress documentation 2015 is available here


... conference and exhibition in conjunction with WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL. No Dig construction is a pioneering technology that combines economic efficiency and environmental protection into a modern approach for installing underground supply lines.


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