The new light-flooded and elegant Hall 3C has been completed at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre. Together with Halls 1 and 2 and replacing Hall 3, it will serve as the platform for Insights-X. Thanks to this compact (and now circular) layout, Insights-X from 9 to 12 October 2019 will be a well-rounded event. Trade visitors will have even shorter distances to overcome to browse all of the products on offer.
The newly erected Hall 3C has been designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. The firm has created a pleasant expo atmosphere by including a 3,000 m2 glass facade, which allows plenty of natural light to enter the hall. This is reinforced by the sweeping lines of the delicate steel frame supporting the roof. NürnbergMesse has built the hall, measuring 9,600 m², to the highest quality and energy standards.
Trade visitors will find companies from all Insights-X product groups there as well as the PartnerLounge and food court. The attention-grabbing InsightsArena with the hands-on activities in the Atelier will also be located in this inspiring atmosphere. Expo participants can look forward to a high quality experience in the harmoniously designed Hall 3C. NürnbergMesse has put together some images and videos of the new Hall 3C.
The companies that have already registered to exhibit at Insights-X in October include both major industry players and numerous newcomers, offering trade buyers a plethora of products to choose from. Trodat and Colop, two internationally leading manufacturers of text stamps, are appearing in the “Desktop” category for the first time. “Writing Utensils and Equipment” spotlights companies like Schneider Novus, who is returning to the fair with brands such as Dahle, Molotow, Aristo, Cross and Sheaffer. This product group also comprises several companies exhibiting at Insights-X for the fifth time, among them Cleo Schreibgeräte, Kaweco and Brevillier Urban & Sachs with the Jolly brand. The “Artistic and Creative” product group is welcoming, among others, first-time Dutch exhibitor Royal Talens with its brand Sakura as well as Designmanufaktur Berlin, which produces stamps for decorating greetings cards as well as gift tape designed with city skyline motifs. New to “Paper and Filing” is Kolma, a Swiss producer of office supplies. Staufen Premium, now trading under its new name, is showing an extensive range of notepads, exercise books, filing aids and organisers. Armed with its colourful backpacks, Lässig represents a prominent newcomer to “Bags and Accessories”. Wearable Intelligent German is taking part again with its Swissdigital brand. Exhibiting at a larger stand, it is presenting smart backpacks and bags designed with smart-phone chargers in the shoulder strap. In the “Stationery and Gift Articles” segment, Zettler Kalender, a leading calendar and diary manufacturer in Germany, will exhibit alongside Belgian company Enfant Terrible which specialises in unconventional greetings cards and is appearing at Insights-X for the first time.
Information on how to register is available at online.
Image source: NuernbergMesse | Heiko Stahl