SHK Essen: Good Booking Level - Many Exhibitors Want More Area

Very good prospects for SHK Essen which will take place on March 5-8: The booking situation is very good because, even now, more hall area has already been rented out than for the previous event. Messe Essen has adjusted to the wishes of the exhibitors and has reserved additional hall areas for SHK Essen. Not only appealing design for the bathroom but also renewable energies will be central subjects at SHK Essen 2008 where the industry will present a comprehensive range of the trends and solutions on offer as well as their new developments and refinements. All the market leaders from the sanitation and heating sectors will be represented in Essen.

Due to the improved order situation amongst craftsmen and planners, there is often little time left for market observation and ongoing training. A subject which also moved the advisory board for the SHK Essen fair at its last meeting whose unanimous conviction is: We want to accommodate the visitors because flexibility is demanded not only of the craftsman.

Craftsmen who have otherwise come to the fair during the week can now visit SHK Essen on Saturday too with a clear conscience. The exhibitors will ensure that, throughout the Saturday as well, qualified personnel will be available at their booths and will deal with the wishes, suggestions or problems of the trade visitors.

The background to the optimistic mood in the sector and in advance of SHK Essen is the good economic situation at present. For the building and SHK trades, the signs of an increasing willingness to invest continue to be favourable. In the catchment area of SHK Essen, the need for modernisation and renovation is particularly high.

It is assumed that additional stimuli will result from ongoing and planned large construction projects in the city and region. Further positive effects on the decision in favour of modernisation measures are expected in connection with the nomination of the Ruhr region as the cultural capital in 2010.

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