New date 2020 for FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK

New date 2020 for FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK
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Date: 9 March 2020

NürnbergMesse has decided to postpone FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK 2020 to Tuesday, 16 June until Friday, 19 June 2020.

In view of the increasing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking into account the principles for risk assessment of major events adopted by the crisis management group of the German government and the current recommendation of the Bavarian State Government for international exhibitions, NürnbergMesse has decided to postpone

FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK 2020 to

Tuesday, 16 June until Friday, 19 June 2020.

In 2022 FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK will take place in March again.

The protection of the health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and employees is a top priority for NürnbergMesse. In awareness of this responsibility and after careful consideration and evaluation of the current situation, the Management Board of NürnbergMesse has decided on this necessary protective measure.

Petra Wolf, Member of the Management Board of NürnbergMesse: "We expressly thank all customers, partners and media representatives for the understanding they have shown regarding our decision to postpone FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK 2020. We are pleased about the high level of commitment in the industry - after intensive deliberations and numerous positive discussions with national and international customers, we have chosen the new date in June".

Elke Harreiß, Director FENSTERBAU FRONTALE, adds: "Postponing FENSTERBAU FRONTALE was necessary for this important industry meeting place to be held in 2020 - although with special challenges. After all, maintaining and expanding business relations remain more than important in turbulent times like these. What is decisive now is that the industry stands together and tries to make the best out of this situation!“

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