It was a special Essen Motor Show: After a one-year break, the Performance Car Festival returned as a "Limited Edition" from November 26 to December 5 - under strict hygiene regulations and with 3G access control (3G = vaccinated, tested, recovered). Despite the unusual conditions, around 100,000 car fans came to Messe Essen over ten days and created considerable demand among the approximately 400 exhibitors. "We are really satisfied with the course of the fair. All those involved handled the situation very responsibly and showed that trade fairs are well controllable trading places," Oliver P. Kuhrt, Managing Director of Messe Essen, summarized the runtime.
In order to protect the health of all trade show participants as best as possible, this year's Essen Motor Show took place with comprehensive hygiene rules. These included online-only ticket sales to avoid queues and mandatory wearing of masks in the exhibition halls. In addition, separate entrances and exits as well as contactless payment procedures ensured that the trade fair proceeded safely. Numerous disinfectant dispensers and hand-washing facilities were available throughout the exhibition center. In addition, the latest ventilation systems and open doors ensured fresh air in the generously sized halls.Back to the news overview
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