Organisers of ProWein 2021 have announced that the trade fair has been extended to five days and will run from 19 to 23 March 2021.
The extension is due to the current COVID-19 hygiene and safety provisions. The extra time guarantees compliance with one of the key safety requirements, says Messe Düsseldorf.
It also allows the exhibitor and visitor flows at the world’s largest trade fair for wines and spirits to be managed in a responsible way with a maximum of 10,000 visitors permitted each day.
“With CARAVAN SALON, the leading international caravanning trade fair only held in early September, we have proven just how important and at the same time successful trade fairs are even in Corona times,” says Erhard Wienkamp, Managing Director Operative Trade Fair Business at Messe Düsseldorf.
“It was the first trade fair across all of Germany after the lockdown proving an important step towards normality in business life.
“The know-how acquired there can now be leveraged fully for the benefit of the international wine and spirits sector at ProWein – in the interest of our customers, exhibitors and visitors. Even under the new circumstances very good economic results can be achieved.”
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