expofair-booth construction

expofair-booth construction and stages

We plan and construct everything from individual trade fair stands through to entire trade fair landscapes. You get the complete package – full service for exhibitors and organisers.

Our services at a glance:

Freedom from XXXL to S

The gold standard among trade fair construction systems, OCTANORM Maxima, makes “big” tangible: unparalleled quality along with extremely high stability. Thanks to its flexible application, it offers our stand constructors and planners plenty of room for creativity. And size isn’t an obstacle for us – although we never sacrifice quantity for quality, of course.

expoLumina – illuminated exhibition wall in high quantity

More then 80 expoLumina (illuminated walls) of different sizes and the different types of exhibition stand equipment guaranteed a bright presentation of all exhibitors. expofair is currently Germany-wide the only outfitter that can deliver and build a hugh quantity of these popular illuminated walls in approximately every size.

Sooner or later, we’ll just build it!

Implementation in line with the corporate image forms an essential component of our trade fair designs, no matter what type of event. And if you’d like to welcome your guests with a real highlight, we’ll gladly provide you with an “illuminated path”

expofair - stages and decorative structure

Stage construction, press walls, catwalks, tailor-made and CD-compliant constructions and much more. With our in-house production facilities, consisting of upholstery, carpentry, locksmith, and paint shop, we quickly and individually make adjustments that are tailored precisely to our customer’s requirements.

We work with a wide variety of materials, whether textile, foil, metal or glass – creating special highlights for your event in the widest possible range of versions and looks. Do you have an idea and need competent support? Our creative department will be happy to advise you and guide you through the planning and conceptual implementation.

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