Euro PM2012 exhibition relocates to larger hall

July 10, 2012

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA), organisers of Euro PM2012 Conference and Exhibition, Basel, Switzerland, September 17-19, have announced the relocation and expansion of the previously sold out exhibition.

In order to provide further exhibition space, the Euro PM2012 Exhibition area has moved from its original location of Foyer Level 2 to Hall 4.1 in the Basel Congress Centre. The new hall can be easily accessed via the staircase and lifts from the technical session rooms, state the organisers.

The updated exhibition floor plan design will also include the conference lunch area, coffee break stations, EPMA Showcase and the internet café.

“This is a first for a Euro PM Exhibition having to upgrade exhibition areas for a third time to keep pace with demand” stated Andrew Almond, Exhibition Manager. “The additional benefit of moving to Hall 4.1 is that all the exhibition stands will be in the same room, which will make it easier for exhibition personnel, delegates and visitors to flow around the exhibition area”, he added.

A limited number of additional exhibition stands are now available and anyone requiring further information should contact Andrew Almond (email: [email protected]) 

Posted by: Paul Whittaker, Editor, [email protected]   

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