OS+H Asia postponed to 28 – 30 July 2021
Messe Düsseldorf Asia announced today the postponement of the 12th edition of the Occupational Safety and Health Exhibition for Asia to 28 – 30 July 2021. The exhibition was originally slated for December this year however, rescheduling the trade exhibition was deemed necessary in the continued fight against COVID-19 and on the back of capacity limitations on MICE events as well as travel and border restrictions.
Mr Gernot Ringling, Managing Director at Messe Düsseldorf Asia said: “We were very much hopeful of going ahead with the exhibition with the necessary Safe Management Measures in place and amidst some travel restrictions being eased, but it became increasingly clear that with guidelines for large-scale business events currently capped at 250 persons and ongoing travel restrictions in key international markets, the exhibition would not be able to proceed as planned.”
“Thus taking these circumstances into consideration and on close consultation with our industry partners, we have made the difficult decision to postpone OS+H Asia to July 2021. We look to next year with optimism and stronger economic confidence, and believe the new dates will provide both exhibitors and visitors alike with a safer environment and the best market conditions to conduct business,” said Mr Ringling.
Ms Lee Ai Ling, Senior Project Manager at Messe Düsseldorf Asia added: “These challenging and dynamic times call for adaptability and flexibility and with the health and safety of our stakeholders a top priority, postponing the exhibition to 2021 is the best decision.”
“We remain committed to meet the business needs of our industry partners, local and international exhibitors and trade visitors, and will stay steadfast in nurturing these trusted relationships for an even more successful participation at OS+H Asia 2021. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all OS+H Asia partners, exhibitors and registered visitors for their continued support. We are taking immediate steps to provide all parties with the required support necessary,” she said.
Taking every possible measure to carry over the successful status of the trade exhibition to the new dates, OS+H Asia 2021 will focus on three main areas: Safety, Security and Health at Work, as well as highlights on Pandemic Management solutions. These topics will be well placed as industry demand is expected to continue as effective health and safety solutions in the workplace become top priorities for businesses. Concurrently held seminars, conferences and forum will also provide businesses with an ideal networking and knowledge-sharing platform, optimising participation and engagement from local, regional and international trade attendees.
The OS+H Asia team will be in touch with all confirmed exhibitors and participants regarding event logistics and planning. Participants may also contact firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate assistance.