Bauma CTT Russia 2020 will be held in September

Bauma CTT Russia 2020
An imagine from the 2019 edition

 

Bauma CTT Russia 2020 is postponed to September. The dripping of cancelled or postponed events continues. A trend that will accompany us throughout 2020. The front is moved to September, the month in which the IAA and boat shows are scheduled (SMM Hamburg, Cannes Yachting Festival, Monaco Yacht Show and Genoa International Boat Show) and in which the Bauma CTT Russia 2020 should also be held. The measures taken by the Moscow City Government against the spread of coronavirus will apply for the time being until 10 April. In view of this development, «the postponement is the logical consequence», explains Stefan Rummel, Managing Director of Messe München: «We are thus giving our customers, exhibitors, visitors and partners of bauma CTT RUSSIA planning security. Their health is our top priority. We are now looking ahead confidently and working with our national and international partners from the construction industry to organize a successful Bauma CTT RUSSIA 2020 in September.»

SAMOTER VERONA WILL BE HELD IN OCTOBER

Bauma CTT Russia 2020
Bauma CCT Russia 2019 outdoor

Alexandrov said

Sergey Alexandrov, Managing Director of Messe München Rus, explains: «We are taking the spread of the coronavirus very seriously and have been monitoring the local situation closely. Based on current developments, we are confident that by setting the new date we will create good conditions for staging bauma CTT RUSSIA.» After intense communication with the exhibitors, Sergey Alexandrov believes that «despite the current uncertainties, the importance of Bauma CTT RUSSIA remains intact. There is still a great demand for participating and we have the commitment of most of our exhibitors to follow our decision.»

Bauma CTT Russia 2019

The previous edition was held in 2019 in 55000 m2 space, with 603 exhibitors from 19 countries. Amongst them, Bondioli&Pavesi, Bonfiglioli, Bosch Rexroth, Bucher Hydraulics, Casappa, Danfoss, PMP, SKF and VIS Hydraulics.

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