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Important dates and logistical information

Start your planning early and take a look at our overview of all the important dates and useful logistical information for the next edition of INHORGENTA MUNICH:

Important dates

Date Begin of Information
Date From February 2020 Begin of Exhibitor application Information Please register via our online exhibitor application. Please also refer to the Terms of Participation.

If you have any questions about your appearance at the trade fair, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Date From April 2020 Begin of Start of allocation / Placement proposal Information The allocation of space at INHORGENTA MUNICH 2021 starts for some halls in April 2020, we would recommend that you submit your registration as fast as possible by the beginning of July 2020. This will allow us to take your requests for specific stand locations into account during the first allocation stage.

Once we have received your registration, we will check the available placement options and aim to send out your placement proposal depending on the hall between May 2020 and September 2020. Please notice that each proposal will be sent separately.
Date From November 2020 Begin of Admission invoice Information If you are happy with the stand space you have been allocated, please confirm this by the deadline specified. If you would like to change your allocated space, we can offer you suitable alternatives (subject to availability).

If you return your signed placement proposal to us by the deadline specified, we will send out your admission invoice from November 2020.

Timetable and checklist

We have developed some detailed templates to make sure you are well prepared for the trade fair—why not use our timetable and checklist to take care of your own planning.

Set-up and dismantling times for INHORGENTA MUNICH 2021

Date Time
Date Set-up
From February 15th, 2021 till February 17th, 2021
And February 18th, 2021
Time
08:00 – 24:00
08:00 – 19:00
Date Dismantling
From February 22nd, 2021
Till February 25th, 2021
Time
from 17:00
till 18:00

Traffic guide

General transport regulations

Traffic control is provided by means of a dynamic digital signage system along the A94 motorway and the roads used to access the venue. Plans of the grounds are also available and should be followed both during the event, and for set-up and dismantling.

  • The regulations of the German Road Traffic Act (StVO) apply throughout the trade fair center grounds and in the trade fair center car parks. The speed limit in the trade fair center grounds is 20 km/h.
  • If you bring vehicles of any kind onto the trade fair center grounds, you do so at your own risk, and you must have a valid permit, access pass, or parking ticket.
  • We ask that you follow the instructions of the Messe München security staff at all times—their job is to control and direct the traffic.
  • The most recent versions of Messe München GmbH's technical guidelines, house rules, and user regulations apply.
  • You may only stop in the designated areas. Marked roads, fire service vehicle access routes, and emergency escape routes (outer doors, hall doors, emergency exits, etc.) must be kept clear at all times.
  • Vehicles may be driven into the trade fair halls only for loading and unloading. Parking in the halls is prohibited.
  • Construction vehicles must not be parked in the trade fair center grounds during the trade fair, unless they are in the allocated parking spaces.
  • Swap bodies may only be parked in the trade fair center grounds for a maximum of 24 hours.
  • Caravans and mobile homes may not be brought into the trade fair center grounds for the purpose of overnight stays,
  • Messe München GmbH reserves the right to remove vehicles, trailers, and full or empty containers of any kind that are parked illegally or in “no stopping” zones without prior notification and at the cost and risk of the person responsible for parking/stopping or the owner. No surveillance or safeguarding of vehicles is provided.

The traffic guide of the INHORGENTA MUNICH 2021 will be available for download from December 2020.

Munich’s low-emission zone

On October 1, 2008, the state capital of Munich introduced a low emission zone. “Emissions stickers” (red/yellow/green) are required to enter the low-emission zone, and all visitors to the city are required to follow this rule, too. All streets within the “Mittlerer Ring” fall in the low-emission zone and a sticker is therefore required for travel within this area. The “Mittlerer Ring” itself is deemed to be outside of the low-emission zone.

Messe München International has teamed up with DEKRA to provide you with a service point, where you can purchase emissions stickers at a cost of EUR 5.

Address
DEKRA Automobil GmbH
Außenstelle München-Ost
Karl-Schmid-Str. 14
81829 Munich
Germany
Phone: +49 89 4200-70
Fax: +49 89 4200-7145

Opening times
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 07:30–18:00
Thursday: 07:30–20:00
Saturday: 08:00–12:00

Latest information on Munich’s low-emission zone are available here.

Information from TÜV Süd on the low-emission zone are available here in various languages.