Messe Düsseldorf highlights safety measures
Trade fair operations are set to resume in September
As its first trade show is set resume in September, Messe Düsseldorf has drawn up a so-called Hygiene and Infection Protection Concept. The trade show is a fair for motorhomes and caravans, and will mark the resumption of trade fair operations in Düsseldorf after the COVID-19 lockdown was implemented.
Messe Düsseldorf is the organiser for global print mega-event drupa, which is due to occur from 20 to 30 April 2021.
The Hygiene and Infection Protection Concept of the Düsseldorf exhibition centre enables relevant industry platforms to be held while ensuring the greatest protection possible for exhibitors, visitors, partners and members of staff.
It ensures observance of the required health precautions, hygiene measures and distancing rules and encompasses both measures for headcount and space management as well as hygiene, technical and organisational measures provided by the federal state government for holding congresses and trade fairs.
The current Corona Protection Ordinance of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia serves as a basis.
Wolfram N. Diener, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf said: “All signs are pointing towards a new departure. Enterprises need platforms now to present themselves and their innovations, to network and jointly chart the course for the future.
"With our leading international trade fairs we deliver second-to-none prerequisites for doing so. Our hygiene and infection protection standards ensure that the safety and health of our exhibitors, visitors, partners and members of staff are protected in the best possible way. We are ready.”
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