One week ago, the organiser of the Platformers’ Days announced that the event is rescheduled to autumn 2021. Nevertheless, they worked on many changes to fulfil the measures of hygiene and distance, they had to postpone the industry trade fair.
The new coronavirus regulation of the Baden-Württemberg state government that comes into force on 1 July 2020 prohibits events with more than 500 people until 31 October 2020. This therefore removes the legal basis on which Platformers’ Days could have taken place on the original dates. The CEO of “Messe Karlsruhe” as well as the project manager were still in hope that it could find place as they worked hard on new routines and measures to provide a full safety for visitors and exhibitors. They developed a smart and comprehensive safety and hygiene plan and presented it to the relevant authorities. However, they didn’t accept their plan.
Normally the event was scheduled on 18 and 19 September 2020. Now, instead of giving their debut in the new home in Karlsruhe this year, the new exact date is the 10 and 11 September 2021.
The fair, which takes place every two years, had 2,500 visitors in 2018. In addition, 100 exhibitors presented their products on an exhibition area of 10,000 m². We were looking forward to visit this meeting point for the mount access platform industry on German-speaking terrain! In particular as the Platformers’ Days are a lively demonstration fair for mobile companies and motorized access equipment.
Trade fairs which are still taking place
Unfortunately, as more and more trade fairs get postponed or even cancelled there is only one more international show left we will take place this year: BAUMA CHINA. After our success last year at APEX Asia, we are looking forward to discover the Asian market for mobile lifting and access equipment even more. The event finds place from the 24 to 27 November in Shanghai, China. So far, they organisers confirmed that the event will take place. Nevertheless, we will keep you up to date concerning the current status.
Moreover, the French trade fair JDL at Beaune will definitely find place from the 9 to 11 September 2020. For more than 10 years, they have been carrying all their efforts to bring together this profession. The event is all about handling, lifting, transporting, elevation of persons. So, don’t waste the chance to visit us on our stand n° A11!
However, or even because of the lack of opportunities to discover our vehicle mounted aerial platforms, don’t hesitate to contact us in case you are interested to get more specific information, to discover all optional specifications. Our sales managers are also always up to give you a demonstration!
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