UNITI expo gears up to return in full force next May

UNITI expo 2022 has everything ready to return on May 17-19 with the next edition of the European trade fair for the retail petroleum and car wash industries. After a long wait due to the COVID-19 crisis, exhibitors and visitors from over 120 countries are set to come back to Landesmesse Stuttgart and experience a unique opportunity to build and strengthen business relationships with customers and professionals.

Located at the heart of Europe, the site updated its protocols and has put safety measures to ensure everyone attending the event stays healthy. With its ‘Safe Expo’ hygiene concept, the convention center has proven it is possible to assure visitors, customers and its personnel full security to stay safe. Since last September, Landesmesse Stuttgart has resumed activities with great success in recent events, filling the halls with life.

Having its hub secure, UNITI expo 2022 aims to return in full force next May. With less than six months to go, 90% of the space available has been booked, showing once more the immense level of support within the industry.
“Our goal is to come back stronger than ever and we couldn’t have done it without the colossal support from exhibitors and partners of the event. It’s time to finally bring the global industry together in one place again”, says Ben Boroewitsch, Executive Director of com-a-tec GmbH and exhibitor contact.

UNITI expo has a compact three-day format, the biennial trade show is tailored to the needs of its target audience. The exhibition space is divided into four themed areas: Technology, payment & logistics; Car wash & car care; Oil companies & fuel retailers; and Shop & convenience. In 2018, the third edition of UNITI expo gathered 467 exhibitors and 17,000 attendees from 120 countries on an exhibition area of 40,000 m2. UNITI expo is organized by UNITI-Kraftstoff GmbH in cooperation with com-a-tec GmbH and WDM management consultancy.

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Author: Rieneke Kok

Rieneke is editor for CarwashPro.com. She also writes for the Dutch version, CarwashPro.nl.

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