The stand will be constructed as shown on your sketch plan, which can be downloaded via the link at the top of this site.
Mark the technical installations, you wish to purchase, at the sketch plan. This applies to for instance power supply and sockets. Please state the name, address and phone number of the architect or decorator, who are responsible for the construction of the stand.
Additional technical orders must be ordered through the expo shop, which you can find at the top next to “My orders”
In connection with the construction of your stand, we refer to MCH’s rules of conduct
|Thursday||28 September||07:00 - 21:00|
|Friday||29 September||07:00 - 21:00|
|Saturday||30 September||07:00 - 19:00|
|Sunday||1 October||07:00 - 19:00|
|Monday*||2 October||07:00 - 18:00 - note end time|
|TRADE FAIR DAYS *|
|Tusday||3 October||06:30 - 08:00|
|Wednesday||4 October||06:30 - 08:00|
|Thursday||5 October||06:30 - 08:00|
* Valid exhibitor badge must be presented. Loadings that are estimated to last longer must be carried out one of the other construction days. On trade fair days, parking on the area between the trade fair halls is not allowed.
* You have 1½ hours to unload in front of the gates
Unloading operations that are estimated to take longer must be carried out on one of the other construction days. On exhibition days, parking in the area between the exhibition halls is not permitted.
Deposit: On the last set-up day, Monday 2 October, and on trade fair days between 06:30-08:00, unloading can only be carried out for a maximum of 1½ hours. A deposit of DKK 500 (70 Euro) will be charged when you drive in. The deposit will be refunded if the unloading lasts max. 1½ hours. You can pay the deposit both in cash - DKK or EURO - and by credit card.
If you wish to gain access to the hall and to your stand outside the official opening hours as stated above, please contact Rune Noesgaard. Please note that our service functions in both cases will not necessarily be fully staffed.
Exhibitors are responsible for complying with the rules laid down by relevant legislation and/or laid down by the trade fair organisers and authorities e.g. SKAT (Danish Tax Authorities), Fire Department, Food Administration, Danish Working Environment Authority, etc. It is the exhibitor's responsibility to inform constructing partners or other partners about applicable rules. MCH has a right to appeal in case of deviations, which, according to MCH's specific assessment, may lead to expulsion.
The exhibitor must also comply with the MCH Code of Conduct, which can be read here:
Find out which port to use during construction and demolition using the overview below:
Hall L - M
Entrance at Port 25 via Port 21
Halls J and K
Entrance via Port 3
If you are using foreign companies/staff to the construction of your stand, please remember to remind the foreign companies/staff to register in "RUT – The Register of Foreign Service Providers".
The Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT) is the Danish government's official register to report a foreign service. Foreign service providers (employees and self-employed) working in Denmark must register in RUT.
In proportion to the exhibition, RUT must be completed, if you use foreign labor to construct your stand. The exhibitor, construction company or private person for whom the work is carried out that must be stated in RUT as the employer in connection with the notification (and not MCH A/S).
MCH does hereby notify that MCH has no obligations in this aspect. The link below goes to the website of The Danish Working Environment Authority (WEA) about RUT.