Published on : Tuesday, April 21, 2020
With an aim is to ensure complete safety for visitors and exhibitors as well as commercial success for the event, FIMMA – Maderalia 2020 that was originally slated to run from June 2 to 5 is now rescheduled in November. Exhibition content and power to draw visitors set to remain unchanged, going into a quarter of the year poised to see the global trade fair calendar return to full normality.
FIMMA – Maderalia 2020 will now take place this coming November, at Feria Valencia. The decision to delay the event due to the sudden outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic. Aware of these challenges, the Organising Committees of both FIMMA and Maderalia have been working with Feria Valencia to find new dates for the biennial fair to be able to take place towards the end of the year. The aim is to ensure both that exhibitors and visitors will be completely safe and also that the leading players in the industry attend and the event is a commercial success. The timing should coincide with the economy picking up again.
FIMMA – Maderalia 2020 will therefore be taking place a reasonable length of time after the health crisis has been overcome and with the certainty that the global trade fair calendar will have returned to normal. This is validated by the fact that the Spanish biennial is now scheduled to take place towards the end of the year, after two other major Italian global exhibitions: SICAM (October) and Xylexpo (mid-November).