High-flyers galore at the AIX trade fair in Hamburg!
The AIX (Aircraft Interiors Expo) trade fair in April is one of the annual highlights of the Hamburg Messe – and for us, too! We already start tinkering, planning and building a year in advance. We’re particularly pleased that ever-increasing numbers of American clients are putting their trust in us and commissioning us to develop and implement amazing trade fair appearances.
All in all, we erected stands across an area of almost 1,600 m² at the AIX – for a total of ten exhibitors, six of whom were American. More than 60 of our employees were on hand more or less constantly during the booth set-up and dismantling phases and ensured that everything ran smoothly throughout. They used a total of 21,250 m² of fabric for ceilings, light boxes and banners alone, in addition to roof trusses totalling 500 metres in length. Respect! They also ensured that more than 400 seats were available for customers and their visitors to rest their weary feet during the trade show. 15 articulated lorries and numerous 7.5 tonne trucks drove back and forth between Holm and Hamburg Messe on behalf of PREUSS MESSE. It took some doing, but we love putting in the effort to ensure our customers achieve maximum success! All five project managers were more than happy with how the trade fair went and enjoyed plenty of compliments from the exhibitors.
EAM, an American manufacturer of aviation safety equipment and long-time regular client, used the 143 m²-large exhibition stand area as an ideal platform for presenting their main theme: the life raft. After a long planning and development phase, they have finally been granted approval for the new evacuation slide, which we were able to showcase in spectacular style at the exhibition stand as early as 2013 – in the realm of aviation safety, receiving the go-ahead can take years! We were also commissioned by EAM to shoot a professional film of the press conference that took place at their stand. We are extremely happy with the result – please find a link to the film here: Link zu Film.
Photos: Martin Lisner (MLisner Photografie)
Film: Martin Przyborowski