In April 2022, the whole industry will gather again at ACHEMA. We have developed a safe exhibition concept for all attendees. Your protection is our top priority! From distance regulations to air circulation - together with Messe Frankfurt and the health authorities – we take a series of measures that seamlessly interlock and enable the core of ACHEMA, personal contact, to be safe and promising.
Get an overview below, and do not hesitate to contact our Corona team with questions or suggestions!
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Observing distance and health rules has become a matter of course for all of us. Even on the exhibition grounds, all attendees ensure that ACHEMA is healthy and prosperous for everyone.
1. Vaccinated, recovered, or tested
For admission to ACHEMA 2022, all attendees need the following proof in addition to a valid ticket:
Please have the corresponding proof and your ID card or passport together with the valid ticket ready at the entrance control.
2. Keep your distance
3. Mouth-nose protection
4. Cough and Sneeze Etiquette
5. Avoid shaking hands
6. Protect others and stay home when ill
7. Ventilation and air exchange rate
8. Disinfection stations
9. Disinfection of contact surfaces
At each exhibition stand, the conditions are created for a safe personal exchange and promising business initiations, taking into account distance and health rules. Furthermore, we support our exhibitors and advise on adapted stand construction guidelines for stand design and operation and make reasonable offers.
You can access the event-related special regulations for our exhibitors directly here.
All exhibitors must observe the following points:
1. Structural design
2. Business contacts
4. Visitors at the booth
5. Stand-specific health and safety measures
6. Stand catering
Online ticketing, relaxed hall layout, optimized visitor flow management, safe catering concepts, and much more: many measures now familiar to us in everyday life also create the framework for a safe and successful ACHEMA during the exhibition days.
1. Ticketing and access control
2. Loosened up hall layout
3. Crowd management / attendee guidance
4. On-site medical care
5. Contact tracking
7. Arrival and stay
Please take into account the travel and quarantine regulations applicable at the time of the event (BMI – civil protection – Coronavirus).
Based on a recommendation of the Council of the European Union, Germany has implemented and updated its entry restrictions. Thus, entry for persons from a non-EU member state (so called third-countries) is allowed, if the person entering:
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49 69 7564-100