Over 300 exhibitors will be presented from 4 to 13 September in ten halls
Like no other leisure trade fair CARAVAN SALON from 4 to 13 September 2020 is synonymous with the passion that all caravanning enthusiasts share. This year sees the Düsseldorf trade fair for motorhomes and caravans already kick off for all parties interested on Friday – giving all visitors an extra day to get to know the fascination of mobile leisure. Commenting on this Stefan Koschke, Director of CARAVAN SALON, said: “In ten halls and on the outdoor fairgrounds in excess of 300 exhibitors will showcase the trends, innovations and novelties for the coming season. This year there will a wide range of manufacturers and brands again be a broad spectrum of manufacturers and brands offering a huge selection of products across all vehicle categories. Here with us in Düsseldorf the top launches for the season will be on show. We are also especially delighted that the new Hall 1 will be integrated into the visitors’ loop for the first time. Furthermore, the South entrance will be inaugurated to mark the start of our trade fair.” In addition to motorhomes and caravans, base vehicles, accessories, technical equipment, detachable parts, roof-top tents, mobile homes, campsites, motor camps as well as travel destinations will be on show.
Well-thought Out Hygiene Concept for a Trade Fair in Corona Times
Messe Düsseldorf and the Caravaning Industrie Verband (CIVD) as a conceptual sponsor look with optimism to the 59th edition of CARAVAN SALON, which will be held in an extraordinary year. “We have worked out a viable hygiene concept in close cooperation with the authorities that fulfils all prerequisites for trade fair operations in Corona times. A variety of measures will enable visitors, exhibitors and members of staff to maintain the prescribed minimum distance of 1.5 m across the entire fairgrounds and inside the halls. Our hygiene and infection protection standards ensure that the safety and health of our exhibitors, visitors, partners and members of staff are protected in the best possible way,” explains Wolfram N. Diener, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf.