28 September 2015, 09:58
In response to exhibitors demand for clear product groupings, Agritechnica organiser DLG has further adapted the hall layout for this year’s event at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover, Germany (10-14 November, Preview Days on 8-9 November). Visitors can expect optimized use of exhibition space and an even clearer product concept. With relevant product sectors arranged logically, participants can find the companies they are interested in easily and more quickly, which makes for a more efficient and enjoyable visit.
Where to find what
The most important changes this year are set out below:
Hall 19 and 20: newly constructed and in use at Agritechnica for the first time
Crop protecion and mineral fertilization in hall 8 and 9
Organic ist in Halls 21, 22 and 23
Agricultural electronics / Smart Farming premiere in Hall 15
Suppliers of machinery and equipment for root crop harvesting - potatoes and sugar beet - will be located primarily in Halls 24 and 25
Suppliers of irrigation/sprinkler systems and equipment for special crops/vegetable growing will be mainly in Hall 21.
Suppliers of machinery and equipment for forestry and technology for municipal/landscape applications can be found mainly in the pavilions and the open air area around it.
Technology and equipment for energy plant production/renewable raw materials will be based chiefly in Halls 18 and 23.
Suppliers of spare parts and components will be presenting their products and services primarily in Hall 15,16 and 17.
Optimised exhibition layout
DLG is always working to provide visitors with the best possible opportunity to see more, learn more and discuss more at the event. The key to this is the exhibition layout, which has been developed for ease of access and optimum use of time, while making new space available in the busy areas for recreational and relaxation areas. Travel from hall to hall is also aided by a shuttle bus service plying various routes at high frequency.
Clear picture signposting
Agritechnica’s system of easy-to-understand pictorial signs will once again make it easy for visitors to find their way around the show grounds. To keep visitors well oriented at all times, hall maps and entry points will be marked in English, Russian and German. Information booths manned by multi-lingual personnel will also be stationed at the entrance of most halls.
Overview of product groups for 2015: