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Messe Stuttgart's Sun shading Expo North America moved to Oct 2022

Jul '21
Pic: Sun Shading Expo
Pic: Sun Shading Expo
Messe Stuttgart has announced that its US-based Sun Shading Expo North America will not be held in 2021 as a separate trade show. Instead, the premiere of the expo will be held from October 12–14, 2022 co-locating with IFAI Expo 2022 to contribute its expertise in internal and external sun shading systems in the form of expert talks and open discussions.

IFAI Expo, the leading trade fair for specialty fabrics and technical textiles will celebrate its 100th in-person anniversary from November 2–4, 2021, with education from November 1–4, in Nashville, US. The concept for cooperation with Messe Stuttgart will also be presented live at IFAI Expo in November.

“A large number of international R+T exhibitors have already shown their interest in the North American market. In our capacity as a professional trade fair organiser, our objective is to offer all participants planning security in particular along with a high-quality and successful presentation platform. After analysing the currently valid general conditions and in view of the long-term success of the new trade fair brand, we decided to stage Sun Shading Expo North America as a co-location to IFAI Expo 2022,” said Roland Bleinroth, president of Messe Stuttgart.

“We are looking forward to long-term collaboration between IFAI Expo and Sun Shading Expo North America. Our 100th anniversary of IFAI Expo is the ideal framework to celebrate this partnership and start the development of a strong cross-industry network between the customers of both events,” said Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) president and CEO Steve Schiffman.

The planned conference programme of Sun Shading Expo North America during IFAI Expo 2021 is yet to be announced.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)

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