InnoTrans

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InnoTrans
Innotrans2006.jpg
InnoTrans 2006 entrance
Status Active
Genre Rail transport
Venue Messe Berlin
Location(s) Berlin
Country Germany
Inaugurated 1996
Attendance 106,612 in 2010[1]
Website
http://www.innotrans.de
Sapsan for Russia at InnoTrans 2008
Croatian Railways new EMU at InnoTrans 2010
CMKS 709.702 shunter at InnoTrans 2006
Voith Gravita at Innotrans 2008

InnoTrans is the world's largest trade fair focused on the rail transport industry.[2] It is held every two years at the Messe Berlin exhibition centre, which has outdoor standard gauge railway sidings which can be used to exhibit railway vehicles.[3] During the weekend after the trade show the public can visit the rolling stock on display.

History[edit]

InnoTrans has grown steadily in area and exhibitor numbers since it moved to Berlin in 1996.[2] For the 2010 fair, organiser Messe Berlin Ltd announced an increase to 2,000 exhibitors from 44 countries, which covered the whole area of the exhibition centre for the first time.[4]

A spin-off supplementary exhibition "Public Transport Interiors" aimed at the mass transit sector was planned, but the first event announced for 2011 was postponed until a later time. InnoTrans 2012 will instead be the first to include a separate "Public Transport and Interiors Hall Forum". Besides showing suppliers in the field there will be series of multimedia presentations on new design options in the industry.[5][6]

InnoTrans trade fairs[edit]

Future

  • 23 to 26 September 2014 in Berlin (weekend public opening 27/28)

2012

  • 18 to 21 September 2012 in Berlin (weekend public opening 22/23)
  • InnoTrans still grows - there are expected to be 2450 exhibitors from 47 countries at InnoTrans 2012, which has five main segments: Railway Technology, Railway Infrastructure, Tunnel Construction, Interiors and Public Transport.[7] More than 110,000 trade visitors are expected.[8] An InnoTrans Daily newspaper will be produced by Railway Gazette International.[8]
  • List of rolling stock on show.[9]

2010

  • 21 to 24 September 2010 in Berlin (weekend public opening 25/26)
  • 2,242 exhibitors from 45 countries[10]
  • 106,612 trade visitors from 110 countries[1][10][11]
  • 81,000 square meters of exhibitions booths and 3,500 metres of railway track
  • 121 vehicles on show[10][12]

2008

  • 23 to 28 September in Berlin
  • 1,912 exhibitors from 41 countries
  • 80,000 trade visitors from 100 countries
  • 150,000 square meters of exhibition area and 3,500 metres of railway track[2]
  • 91 vehicles on show. Contracts signed worth about €2 billion

2006

  • 19 to 22 September in Berlin
  • 1,606 exhibitors from 41 countries (50% from outside Germany)
  • 64,422 trade visitors from 90 countries (40% of the visitors)
  • 25,000 private visitors on the weekend public opening
  • 50,591 square meters of exhibition area (1,868 metres of railway tracks)

2004

  • 1,369 exhibitors from 35 countries
  • 44,968 trade visitors (14 300 from outside Germany; 21 000 private visitors on the weekend public opening)
  • 40,468 square meters of exhibition area (1,868 metres of railway tracks)

2002

  • 1,045 exhibitors from 30 countries
  • 35,686 trade visitors (9,385 from outside Germany 30,000 private visitors on the weekend public opening)
  • 29,469 square meters of exhibition area

2000

  • 826 exhibitors (268 from outside Germany)
  • 23,909 trade visitors (4.662 from outside Germany)
  • 22,179 square meters of exhibition area

1998

  • 28 to 30 October in Berlin
  • 403 exhibitors (100 from outside Germany)
  • 13,164 trade visitors (3,278 from outside Germany)
  • 10,534 square meters of exhibition area

1996

  • 172 exhibitors (21 from outside Germany)
  • 6,376 trade visitors (829 from outside Germany)
  • 4,524 square meters of exhibition area

References[edit]

Website[edit]