Messe München is one of the world's leading trade fair organisers with a broad portfolio of trade fairs, congresses and events. The company offers exhibitors and visitors worldwide platforms for forging international business relationships, discovering new products and technologies and exchanging knowledge.
These include 11 world-leading trade fairs, i.e. the world's largest industry meeting places in each case, such as bauma, IFAT or electronica.
We stage trade shows, conventions and corporate events as fascinating experiences.
Four trade fair days, full halls, exhibitors and visitors from all over the world and a dynamic industry still on the rise – from May 9 to 12, 2023, transport logistic and the integrated air cargo Europe were once again the center point of the logistics industry. Altogether 2,320 exhibitors from 67 countries (2019: 2,374 exhibitors from 63 countries) and more than 75,000 visitors from over 120 countries (2019: 63,893 visitors from 125 countries) came to the international industry trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management at the exhibition center in Munich. The share of international visitors rose to over 50 percent, and was therefore higher than ever.
IFAT, the environmental technology trade fair, is heading to South America next year for the first time, and will be staging IFAT Brasil in São Paulo from April 24 to 26. Brazil faces enormous problems, especially in the fields of drinking water treatment, and sewage and waste management. According to official estimates, around 35 million Brazilians have no access to treated water. This presents IFAT exhibitors and experts with the opportunity of entering a major growth market. Their expertise is in demand worldwide. The world’s leading trade fair for environmental technologies is therefore expanding its international network to ten locations: Munich, China (4), Turkey, India, South Africa, Singapore and Brazil. “The associated technology also comes from Bavaria. We give advice and support to companies as they enter these markets,” Dr. Reinhard Pfeiffer and Stefan Rummel, joint CEOs of Messe München, explain.
Following a four-year break, BAU, the world’s leading trade fair for architecture, materials and systems, is back with an excellent result. About 190,000 visitors informed themselves from April 17 to 22 at the Messe München exhibition center about the innovations and trends of the 2,260 exhibitors (2019: 2,250) from 49 countries (2019: 45 countries). Halfway through the trade fair, visitor numbers almost reached the 2019 level. Token strikes at German airports and in the regional and long-distance public transport system curbed the positive trend however. BAU nevertheless delivered a very successful result despite these general conditions. The BAU Insights 365-days industry platform, set up just two months ago, was also a big hit – up to 40,000 people used the construction industry’s new online portal every day.
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