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DUBAI ELEVATOR SHOW 2020

January 01, 2020

CEDAS has confirmed its presence in the Dubai Elevator Show organized by Elevator World and AFAG scheduled on September 7-9 2020. CEDAS will be partnering with Omarlift Srl, Italy and has reserved space for our stand.

The Venue:

The Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) hosts more than 500 events with more than 3 million visitors from 160 global markets yearly. It is rated as one of the best exhibition centers in the world. Everything needed to host a world-class event is located here

About the organizers:

AFAG, founded in 1948, is a premier event organizer based in Germany with more than 16 events on many industrial and general topics. AFAG is famous for interlift, the largest international event focused on elevator components in Europe.

Elevator World Inc. (EW) has been the leading publisher for the international elevator and escalator industry for more than 65 years. In addition to its core international publication, ELEVATOR WORLD, EW publishes magazines in some of the fastest-growing markets in the industry – India, China, Turkey, the Middle East, Europe and the United Kingdom.


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Premiere of "The Elevator Show Dubai" postponed to Fall 2022

Dubai – Due to the exceptional circumstances concerning the COVID 19 pandemic and its impact on the international trade show scene, The Elevator Show (TES) Dubai is postponed until fall 2022. The decision was made after intensive discussion between the organizers of the event, AFAG Messen und Ausstellungen GmbH and ELEVATOR WORLD, and the Dubai World Trade Center where the event will take place. Due to official restrictions in Dubai, it will not be possible to hold "The Elevator Show Dubai" for the planned date in 2020. The exact date for 2022 will be announced at the end of June.

Many trade fairs planned for 2020 have been cancelled or postponed to 2021, therefore the international trade fair venues will be fully booked next year. In order to be able to offer a new, promising platform for the elevator industry in this region with TES, the best possible alternative was to postpone the premiere to 2022.