January 22

Usually, the large engine industry meets every 3 years at the CIMAC World Congress. But due to the ongoing pandemic and with companies and governments deploying tighter travel restrictions, the decision has now been taken to reschedule the congress. It will now be held on 12-16 June 2023, with Busan remaining the chosen place. 

“We wanted to make it possible for everyone to plan in time and reliably. That is why we already now took this decision. We would have loved to have the congress as scheduled, but the situation with COVID-19 is simply too uncertain. Now we have a clear decision, and from now on we will be working for a successful congress in 2023”, explains Christoph Rofka (ABB Turbo Systems), CIMAC Vice President Communication. Rofka is certain that the decision is without alternative, and that the CIMAC Congress next year in Busan will again be a unique opportunity to keep up to date with what is happening in the internal combustion engine industry.

CIMAC will keep you posted about all further details and hopefully, experts from all over the world will be able to travel again in 2023 and to come to Korea.

The press release can be downloaded on the right hand side. For all the latest information and updates please visit our Congress website - www.cimaccongress.com