T urnkey stands at the click of a mouse What sounds like a bold promise is very close to reality at Hestex Systems On its website the systems manufac turer offers detailed renderings and images of over 2 000 low priced booth designs at a click And even more 5 000 designs are available as CAD drawings Be it a sub cor ner or head booth be it ten or 500 square metres the customer chooses a model and we create the renderings with his corporate design and can immediately offer him an all in rate says Daan Dekker As for imple mentation we have all system modules and fittings in stock and just have to add sig nage adds the sales director of Hestex Sys tems So the customer can still order his booth a month before the trade fair kicks off But extraordinary as this variety may seem there is a simple explanation for it We add virtually all booths we have ever created for our customers to our programme as sample designs reveals Daan Dekker Quick to assemble large format stands have long been Hestex speciality A few years ago the company with production sites in Remscheid and Apeldoorn developed a new ingenious solution to expedite set up and dismantling the HS Quickbuildwall A few steps suffice to set up even large exhibi tion stands And there are no limits to size Entire exhibition units on a gross floor area of up to 40 000 square metres can be fitted with the HS Quickbuildwall The organ izers of the annual marine equipment show Metstrade in Amsterdam use this system ex clusively A dedicated app enables central control of installation and dismantling in real time In terms of efficiency the system is unbeatable claims Daan Dekker www hestexsystems com If floor space is at a premium you can always aim high For example with the Syma Cubic system by Syma from Kirchberg Switzerland Primarily intended for double storey buildings there is no need to stop at a second level At the Swissrail pavilion for the 2016 edition of InnoTrans rail and traffic technology fair in Berlin visitors even ascended to a third floor This high rise con struction was also a premiere for the Swissrail Industry Associa tion For the first time it had a booth with almost triple as much total exhibition space in cluding catering and conference areas for trade visitors on a foot print of just 568 square metres The booth construction was based on Syma Cubic with its huge load bearing ca pacity The interior and superstructure con sisted of the systems Syma Molto plus fabric canopies The triple decker was designed planned and built by Standbau Hug AG from Näfels www standbau hug ch But the Swiss booth builder chose Syma systems not just because of their high rise capability It was rather the variety of creative options for walls and interior decoration The whole stand was made completely out of system modules Beat Müller Syma s head of mar keting and sales remembers the assignment of the stand construction firm Fast set up and dismantling times were additional fac tors in favour of Syma The basic framework of the Cubic system was already fully set up stable and seamless in just two days time All that was left for the assembly team to do was to add the interior fittings www syma ch China is catching up in all areas even in the field of modular systems Changzhou based Lingtong Exhibition System was the first Chinese systems developer over 30 years ago Today it is China s market leader And it is one of the major influential suppliers world wide Lingtong s portfolio comprises thousands of different aluminium frames ac cessories and electrical equipment Its entire production is certified according to interna tional DIN and German standards Hence an 74 TradeFairs Internation al 6 2016 STAND CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS Variety of creative options Modular systems are conquering exhibition spaces and push ing boundaries Today booths can be higher larger and more spacious than ever Swissrail auf der InnoTrans 2016 Swissrail at InnoTrans 2016 Ph ot o S ym a

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