Messe Düsseldorf and exhibitors make valuable contribution to COVID 19 vaccination campaign
COMPAMED 2021, the international leading trade fair for the supplier market for medical manufacturing, will be held in parallel with the world’s leading medical trade fair MEDICA 2021 in Halls 13 and 14, and not Halls 8a and 8b as originally planned, at the Düsseldorf trade fair centre from 15 to 18 November. By moving the event to new halls, Messe Düsseldorf is meeting the wishes of the federal state government of North Rhine-Westphalia, namely to ensure that they can continue to use the north area of the trade fair centre for activities in conjunction with vaccine logistics and infrastructure for this federal state.
COMPAMED trade visitors come from the world's most important markets. And experience a diversity that is unique in the world. A comprehensive range of components, parts, services, digital technologies and more that will create the medical technology of tomorrow.
Visitors to COMPAMED are the specialists who matter. The COMPAMED attracts various target groups:
Heads of research and development departments
Engineers and technicians for R&D and production departments
Technical procurement managers
Medical technology exhibitors of MEDICA
Qualification and validation specialists
A high level of internationality, visitors from the key world markets, high levels of decision-making expertise, many medical engineering exhibitors from MEDICA as visitors to COMPAMED from 62 countries of the world, of which 92% are involved in acquisition decisions: These are the reasons why the exhibitors at COMPAMED are very satisfied and impressed by the professional level of the visitors.
Our hygiene and infection protection concept for MEDICA and COMPAMED trade fair 2021
Back to Business. To make sure only good ideas are circulated at our end we do our utmost: with standards for hygiene and infection protection for all our events at the Düsseldorf exhibition grounds – for our exhibitors, visitors, partners and members of staff. All take action to make trade fairs also an experience in this day and age – safely and jointly. #PROTaction
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