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Automechanika Exhibit Space Selling Out

With strong early sales of space in the U.S. Pavilions at Automechanika, Sept. 14-19, especially in Hall 1 (parts and components) and Hall 8 (garage, tools and equipment), interested firms should call the pavilion organizer soon to reserve space.

From AAIA AutoFacts

FRANKFURT, Germany — With strong early sales of space in the U.S. Pavilions at Automechanika, Sept. 14-19, especially in Hall 1 (parts and components) and Hall 8 (garage, tools and equipment), interested firms should call the pavilion organizer soon to reserve space.

The Hall 9 U.S. Pavilion (oil, chemicals and adhesives) always sells out, and Hall 4 (automotive accessories) also should do well at this year’s premier in Frankfurt, Germany. Demand for space is strong from past pavilion exhibitors, who are taking more space, and from new exhibitors anxious to use the U.S. Pavilions to reach global customers. Attractive turnkey booth packages relieve exhibitors of the administrative and logistical worries of a large trade show and allow them to focus on marketing, say show organizers.

The U.S. Pavilion booth packages provide attractive combinations of space rental and furniture along with access to exhibitor lounges with refreshments, multilingual hostesses and other amenities. Certification of the U.S. Pavilion by the Department of Commerce will bring a special push by U.S. foreign commercial officers to attract global buyers to the pavilions.

The Messe Frankfurt contact is Dirk Ebener, 770-984-8016 ext. 405; [email protected] .

For more information about Automechanika, visit: http://automechanika.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/home.html.

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