Booking your stand is the first step. We want to ensure you maximising your presence and ensure you achieve your ROI. As part of our efforts to ensure that our exhibitors have a successful exhibition, we offer a range of add-on exhibitors services to ensure the right buyers visit your stnd.
Build up & Dismantling
The set up for Paperworld Middle East will commence 2 days beofre the show, whereby this first day is reserved for stand contractors only. Exhibitors may decorate their booths with product displays during the afternoon of the second day. The halls are open 24 hours.
Exhibitor passes can be collected onsite from the entrance of Saeed Hall where the organizer's office is also located. Stand contractors and labourers will access the halls from the loading bay area and can obtain passes from the World Trade Center Security Office.
Dismantling will be on the day after the show. Products should be removed from the stands immediately after the fair closes at 6pm on the last day. No guarantee can be taken for products left on the stands. The stand construction has to be removed by noon of day after the show closes.
Important Notice: Any person who wants to enter into the exhibition halls during build up or dismantling will have to wear a safety vest. A strict “NO VEST – NO ENTRY” Policy will apply. We therefore advise you to bring high-vis safety vests with you as part of your preparation to avoid facing issues entering the exhibition halls during build up.
To protect the privacy of our stakeholder Messe Frankfurt Middle East GmbH does not sell attendee or exhibitor list data for any of our events. Email solicitations from 3rd parties claiming to offer access to names/contacts of the “attendee database” are completely fraudulent, and are in no way associated with Messe Frankfurt Middle East GmbH.
Be advised that if you receive an email from any company indicating that they are in possession of attendee lists for any of our events then this is fraudulent information as they do not have access to our lists, nor do they have permission to use our brands to sell any such lists. We suggest that you ignore them and report it to your local trading standards agency.