Hopes rise for ‘almost normal’ Bauma

By Andy Brown20 October 2021

Bauma Munich is the world’s largest construction trade show

Following the successful holding of a pilot trade fair under coronavirus conditions and the IAA Mobility event in September by Messe München, there are hopes that the Bauma trade show could be held as “almost normal”.

IAA Mobility, organised by Messe München, took place with an elaborate safety and hygiene concept. Three Bauma exhibitors attended the event to see the measures first-hand, including Anke Hadwiger, Head of Trade Fairs, Events & Training at Zeppelin Baumaschinen GmbH.

Hadwiger commented that, “After seeing the ‘new trade fair conditions after coronavirus’ for myself in person on site during IAA, the hope and anticipation of having an almost normal bauma 2022 are growing even more.

“The trade fair developed and implemented new and forward-looking concept ideas.”

Bauma is being held in Munich, Germany, from October 24 to 30, 2022. The trending topics for the event are: The road to zero emissions, Digital construction site, Construction methods and materials of tomorrow, The road to autonomous machines and Mining – sustainable, efficient, reliable.

KHL recently took a detailed look at the future of trade shows.

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