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ZELLCHEMING-Expo 2017: Proven location, new hall

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The exhibition ground in Frankfurt am Main remains venue of ZELLCHEMING-Expo until 2020. In close cooperation with the association ZELLCHEMING e.V. as patron of the event, the organizer Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH has decided to keep the previous location. Over a certain number of months, four different cities were under discussion. They had been analyzed and evaluated based on well defined criteria. In comparison, Frankfurt am Main achieved the best results. Petra Hanke, Managing Director of the association ZELLCHEMING e.V., explains the decision as follows:  

“In fact, the process was not easily done. The new location should be open for growth and is expected to offer development potential for new concepts and new collaborations. After having taken all criteria into consideration, Frankfurt provided the all-inclusive package in the end. For us it was very important that our members and visitors of the annual general meeting have a pleasant setting with an attractive environment and a good accessibility in future as well.”

Simone Pfisterer, Vice President at Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH, adds the location advantage: “The Main metropolis additionally offers the best infrastructural requirements. With its favorable geographical situation in the heart of Europe, Frankfurt is perfectly accessible by public transport for both exhibitors and visitors.”

New: Event located in hall 4.1.

In future ZELLCHEMING-Expo will be domiciled in hall 4.1 of the Frankfurt fairground. The change in halls will be implemented for the event in 2017. The exhibition will take place from 4 – 6 July 2017.

Hall 4.1 provides some infrastructural advantages: Directly placed in the middle of the exhibition ground, with a light-flooded foyer, the hall is best connected to the public transport system. Furthermore, hall 4.1 has own parking levels which are related directly with the area. There are various food and beverage offerings in close proximity and one café on the exhibition hall, as well. This improvement should allow very short and so efficient distances. 

Cooperative partnership remains

The Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH and the association ZELLCHEMING e.V. are looking forward to many future years of cooperative partnership.

“Together with Mesago it has been possible to professionalize and to develop ZELLCHEMING-Expo. We have set commonly established goals and are looking forward to meeting these together,” summarizes Petra Hanke.

Further information to the event are available at

About Mesago

Mesago, founded in 1982 and located in Stuttgart, specializes in exhibitions and conferences on various topics of technology. The company belongs to the Messe Frankfurt Group. Mesago operates internationally and is not tied to a specific venue. With 130 members of staff Mesago organizes events for the benefit of more than 3,300 exhibitors and over 110,000 trade visitors, conference delegates and speakers from all over the world. Numerous trade associations, publishing houses, scientific institutes and universities work with Mesago closely as advisers, co-organizers and partners. Mesago comprises three companies: Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH, Mesago Messemanagement GmbH and Mesago PCIM GmbH. (


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