|Venue||Exhibition grounds Essen|
|Commencement of stand construction||April 26, 2017, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.|
|End of stand construction||
May 1, 2017, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Remaining work within the stand area until 8 p.m.
|Dismantling dates||May 6, 2017, as of 3 p.m. within the stand area.|
|Completion of dismantling||May 10, 2017, 4 p.m.|
The normal height of a stand construction is 2.5 m. This dimension corresponds to the height of the stand boundary walls available. On application and submission of stand drawings and any static calculations necessary, the fair management may permit different stand height. The maximum stand heights are:
Structural features (inspection openings etc.) may be present and must be kept accessible. In the case of a single-storey design, a distance to the neighbouring stand is not required. With a two-storey design, the approval of the stand neighbour is required – if the upper storey is of open design. Advertising facing neighbouring stands must be at a distance of at least 3.00 m from them. If the prescribed distance is undershot, the written approval of the stand neighbours must be obtained and submitted to the fair management. The stands can be constructed with your own material. The stand rears must be designed in neutral white from a height of 2.50 m by the exhibitor to whom they belong so that the interests of the stand neighbours are not impaired as a result.
Exhibits are not subject to this rule.
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The exhibitor is responsible for stand design. Typical exhibition criteria of the relevant event are to be complied with. Walls adjoining visitor aisles should be made given variety by the inclusion of showcases, niches, displays, etc. It is to ensure that the stand sides on the visitor aisles are transparent and may only be closed up to max. 50 %. The rear sides of stands adjoining neighbouring stands are to be kept neutral in order to avoid impairing the appearance of the given neighbouring stand. Products manufactured by way of the exploitative employment of child labour as defined under the provisions set out in ILO Convention 182 may not be used for the construction or equipping of the stand.
Stand construction safety:
Stands, including all equipment and exhibits and advertising matter are to be constructed with such stability as to pose no danger to public safety and order, and in particular to life and health. The exhibitor is responsible for structural safety and must provide proof of this. Upright structural elements and/or special constructions (e.g. free-standing walls, tall exhibits, tall decorative elements) that can topple over must at least be capable of withstanding a distributed load impacting horizontally qh as follows:
The respective elevation area is the reference area. The relevant verifications to be prepared are to be submitted to MESSE ESSEN GmbH in a form that can be examined. Non compliance in this respect is possible in justified individual cases whereby such non compliance must be precisely documented and verified.
Approval of stand construction:
On the assumption that the technical regulations have been observed in the design and construction of the stand, there is no requirement for submission of drawings for approval in respect of single-storey stand structures up to 2.50 m in the halls. On request from the exhibitor, MESSE ESSEN GmbH is ready to scrutinise any stand construction drawings submitted (in duplicate) free of charge. In addition, all other stand structures, mobile stands, special structures and designs are subject to approval.
Examination and acceptance of structures requiring approval:
Plans to a scale of not less than 1:100, with ground plans and elevations and with indication of dimensions, are to be submitted in duplicate to MESSE ESSEN GmbH for approval not later than 6 weeks prior to the start of set-up. Following examination, one copy of the plan shall be returned to exhibitor/stand builder bearing the stamp of authorization. Stand building is only permitted following issue of this stamp. For approval of
the following documents (in duplicate) are to be submitted in German not later than 6 weeks prior to the start of set-up:
The exhibitor/stand builder will be invoiced for the costs of the approval procedure.
In order to ensure that traffic flows smoothly during the set up and dismantling periods, all vehicles must leave the fairgrounds immediately after loading or unloading. Parking area P9 is available for interim parking.
Special parking rules are in force on the fairgrounds. Vehicles which are illegally parked in the fairgrounds or block access routes for the emergency services will be towed away at the expense of the vehicle driver or owner. Vehicles may be driven into the fairgrounds upon payment of a € 100.00 deposit. This deposit will be reimbursed provided that you leave the fairgrounds within the time marked on the deposit slip.
Messe Essen GmbH has automated all its multistorey car parks / car parks with barriers. During the setting-up and dismantling, we will charge a daily parking fee of € 4.00 for cars/trucks. Furthermore, we will offer you the possibility of acquiring a parking pass (QR code) for the setting-up / dismantling. With this parking pass (QR code), you will be able to use the multistorey car parks / car parks at any time during the day. Please note that, when the event begins, the parking fees will increase to € 9.00 per day for cars and € 27.00 per day for trucks. From April 28, 2017, you will be able to obtain the parking pass from the service office in the foyer of Hall 3.
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