AN EXTRA HALL, additional forums and a new Architects’ Lounge with a Future Shop are some of the exciting new additions to DACH+HOLZ International taking place in Stuttgart 28-31 January 2020.
“We are planning to completely redesign DACH+HOLZ International in Stuttgart and add on another hall,” says project director Robert Schuster. “This means that 2020 will see six halls being used rather than five.”
Schuster says at DACH + HOLZ 28-31 January 2020 there will be more opportunities to interact, a better-quality visitor experience, a range of exhibitions from numerous different companies and optimised visitor guidance. The structure of the new hall and the range of industries will ensure significantly enhanced cross-linking of trades across all the show halls.
Pitched and flat roofing
Pitched and flat roofing and conventional insulation will now be mixed across halls 4, 6 and 8. Hall 7 will house the full range of metalworking products. Timber construction will be found in Hall 10.
The Architects’ Lounge with a Future Shop in Hall 6 is another new feature which is intended to get visitors interacting with each other. Hall 6 will also be where the expert forum will present industry-specific lectures on the key topics of young talent, digitisation, timber construction and sustainability.
More and more construction projects are being optimised using BIM and DACH+HOLZ International will be providing helpful guidance on Thursday 30 January 2020, when the forum will focus on the topics of BIM and digitisation. Experts and solutions providers will give tips and best practice examples that can be utilised by every company.
Huge range of exhibitors
“With around 600 exhibitors our visitors receive all the valuable knowledge possible about product and process innovations and are able to handle and compare products,” says project director Robert Schuster.
“There is no other trade show that offers such a comprehensive range of exhibitions at this magnitude for carpenters, roofers and plumbers. We are also pleased to host foreign delegations such as the IFD International Federation for the Roofing Trade and the TCE Timber Construction Europe, the European roofing association for carpenter and the timber construction industry”.
The trade fair’s host city of Stuttgart offers international visitors outstanding infrastructure, and the trade show grounds themselves have superb public transport connections; regardless of whether visitors arrive by car, train, bus or aeroplane. In fact, Stuttgart Airport is just a short walk from the hall.