Start your planning early: Important dates and useful logistical information for the next edition of INHORGENTA MUNICH
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.
Shipments of goods, letters or other items to be delivered to the exhibitor's stand must contain the following information:
Name of the exhibitor
Hall + stand number
Am Messesee 2
Services with regard to the receipt and dispatch of consignments are offered by the authorized freight forwarders at the exhibition center.
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.
DEKRA Automobil GmbH
Phone: +49 89 4200-70
Fax: +49 89 4200-7145
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 07:30–18:00
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.