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By mid-March 350 exhibitors had already registered for the interlift 2023. The organizer AFAG assumes that this will ultimately be about 500.
As a result, all halls available in the Messe Augsburg would then be occupied. interlift would once again have approached the level of 2019.
The AFAG expects the current share of 65 percent of foreign companies will grow once again if those involved in the international presentations from Italy, China and India register. "Thus, there is a strong possibility that the high foreign share of 70 percent will even be surpassed among the exhibitors of 2019," according to the organizer.
In mid-March, most of the foreign companies came from:
Italy: 16 percent
Turkey: 14 percent
Spain: 10 percent
Switzerland and Austria: 3 percent each.
The registrations from China had not yet been recorded at this point, including a large joint participation with about 40 companies alone, according to the AFAG. Nine percent of the exhibitors are coming to Augsburg for the first time.
The block divisions and walkways have been changed in some halls. In addition, Wittur will not be represented this time as in 2019 by a cube in the middle trade fairgrounds but instead by a 600 m2 booth in Hall 2.
The VFA Forum interlift will once again accompany the trade fair with around 45 international expert contributions. This year's main topics are: Digitalisation, trends and future technologies and sustainability. Proposals for presentations can still be submitted until 21.04.2023 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
More information: interlift.de
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