A new start for the trade fair industry

International trade fairs are important for exporters and companies wishing to move ahead on the global market. The trade fair industry is eager for a new start after the challenges related to Corona.

In Germany the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA sees a new start for the trade fair and exhibition industry after almost one year of Corona hiatus: since the beginning of September, trade fairs have been possible again in all 16 federal states.

Around 30 will still be held in September as live events. These include important industry meetings such as IAA Mobility starting this Tuesday in Munich, the wind energy trade fair Husum Wind next week and the world’s leading dental trade fair IDS in Cologne. Until the end of the year, more than 110 trade fairs are planned, which will be held safely with tried-and-tested hygiene concepts.

After almost one year of emergency standstill, the first trade fairs with roughly 300,000 visitors have clearly documented how well the comprehensive hygiene and health concepts have worked.

If you are planning to attend a fair trade abroad, Oslo Chamber of Commerce can help you with an ATA Carnet. Using an ATA Carnet – the passport for goods, you may travel legally and efficiently across national borders with the goods you are bringing for the expedition.

You can find more information about ATA Carnet here.