Flensburg-based Anthon GmbH will be inviting its international customers and partners to exchange ideas at LIGNA in Hanover from May 15-19, 2023, and will be using two core pieces from large-scale plants to demonstrate new technical possibilities.

“This year we are at LIGNA for the 23rd time and repeatedly represented with two trade show booths,” says Klaus Lange, long-time managing director of Anthon GmbH. He has already been there in person 22 times.

The mechanical engineering company from northern Germany traditionally uses the leading trade show as a platform for high-quality industry exchange.

“We build machines for the success of companies by capturing their visions and turning them into system solutions,” Ove Lange, managing director of Anthon GmbH adds to his father. An intensive exchange is part of this, he says. It is the most important basis for dynamic further development of products and thus often the starting signal for successful business processes. For Anthon, LIGNA is the most important leading trade show for communication about technical innovations and business ideas.

At the two booths in Hall 14 G60 and Hall 26 D50, Anthon will be demonstrating technical innovations of the Anthon saw on the basis of core pieces from large-scale plants. In the furniture production sector, a new concept for increased operational reliability in the panel-sizing process will be presented, whose overall unified function can be experienced virtually. For the panel industry, Anthon will present what is probably the largest sawing unit ever built. It has a cutting height of 320 mm and has already been realized for two customers in Germany.

In addition to experts in the field of cutting are

also contact persons for handling and robotics will be present. For the first time since the acquisition of JB Maschinen- & Anlagenbau GmbH, now Anthon Handling Systems GmbH, in 2019, Anthon will present itself together with the new subsidiary as a cooperation unit.


Hall 14 G60 (Exhibit: Plant core piece furniture production)

Hall 26 D50 (Exhibit: Plant core piece panel cutting)