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Eurobike Expanding

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FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany A clear majority of the Friedrichshafen city council members said earlier this week yes to the plans to expand Messe Friedrichshafens exhibition grounds. Bike Europe reported on the cover of its November edition on the filing of these plans at the city council of Friedrichshafen. At the cost of 50 million Euro, Messe Friedrichshafen will add two open, column-free exhibition halls, a new East Entrance, as well as additional parking lots located in the immediate vicinity of the exhibition grounds.

Eurobike Expanding

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – A clear majority of the Friedrichshafen city council members said earlier this week yes to the plans to expand Messe Friedrichshafen’s exhibition grounds. Bike Europe reported on the cover of its November edition on the filing of these plans at the city council of Friedrichshafen. At the cost of 50 million Euro, Messe Friedrichshafen will add two open, column-free exhibition halls, a new East Entrance, as well as additional parking lots located in the immediate vicinity of the exhibition grounds.

Plans to expand Messe Friedrichshafen by 15,000 m² to 85,000 m² – for a total of 12 halls – will put the international trade show venue on the shores of Lake Constance among Germany’s ten largest. “The decision lays an important foundation for the continued commercial and strategic success of Eurobike and OutDoor,” claims Rolf Mohne, CEO Messe Friedrichshafen, about the expansion approval.
The plan provides for the construction of two new exhibition halls – A7 and B5 –, each 6,300 m² in size, and the new construction of the East Entrance, along with related service facilities and conference space. The construction of the two new halls is expected to be finished in the Autumn of 2008 which is close to the dates set for the 2008 edition of Eurobike.

Related website:

www.eurobike-exhibition.de

www.messe-fn.de

 

 

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