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Time running out to register for K 2013 Canadian Pavilion

The K 2013 trade show in Germany is still a ways off, but the official registration deadline has passed, all 19 halls of Düsseldorf’s exhibition grounds are expected to be full, and show organizer Messe Düsseldorf is once...

July 30, 2012   Canadian Plastics

The K 2013 trade show in Germany is still a ways off, but the official registration deadline has passed, all 19 halls of Düsseldorf’s exhibition grounds are expected to be full, and show organizer Messe Düsseldorf is once again putting together a Canadian Pavilion.

The K 2013 show takes place from October 16 to 23, 2013.

According to Stefan Egge, Messe Düssoldorf (Canada), the Canadian Pavilion has solid support from the Ontario government, with the Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation offering substantial financial support for Ontario manufacturers exhibiting within the Pavilion. “So far, we have 17 Canadian exhibitors at the show overall, the same number of Canadian registrations as for K 2010; and there are spaces still available within the Canadian Pavilion itself,” Egge said. “To this point, the registered exhibition space from Canada has increased by 22 per cent over 2010, and sets a new record high.”

The registration deadline for the Canadian Pavilion at K 2013 is August 31, 2012.

“K 2013 is completely sold out again and we have seen a record level of space bookings from the individual exhibitors from Canada that all committed to the show before the May 30, 2012 registration deadline,” Egge said.

Some 3,000 exhibiting companies will be participating in K 2013 from October 16 to October 23, 2013. In addition to Canada, suppliers from Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and the U.S. will be strongly represented, while the number of Asian manufacturers from China, Taiwan and India has again risen, Messe Düsseldorf said in a statement.

A special show at K 2013 will focus on plastics as an agent of mobility – from lightweight materials in the design of motor vehicles, aircraft and ships via electromobility through to individual mobility and modern leisure behaviour. The event will use multimedia, with the aid of selected exhibits and in daily rounds of discussions involving experts from science and industry, to highlight the contributions made by plastic and rubber to “life on the move”.

For current information about K 2013, click on this link.


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