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Stand Number: F110
Messe Frankfurt
As a trade fair and congress centre in the heart of Europe with a tradition going back over 800 years, we know that events mean above all bringing people together and using this interaction to generate ideas and successes.
The Messe Frankfurt exhibition grounds offer stylish buildings with state-of-the-art technical infrastructure for your individual event ideas. With multifunctional trade fair halls, the Congress Center, the Forum, the Festhalle and Kap Europa, the grounds create space for congresses, trade fairs, exhibitions and other events of virtually any size. The exhibition grounds consist of 592,000 square metres and the trade fair halls have everything your event needs – frequently column-free interior areas, high load capacities, direct access roads and adjacent parking levels. As well as this, all buildings are connected by the covered Via Mobile moving walkway, allowing them to be combined perfectly. Messe Frankfurt also offers highly professional event services from a single source, ranging from catering to stand construction and security.
Countries of operation
Germany
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Conference Venue / Centre - Capacity over 1000
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Davina Dabelgott
Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1 Frankfurt am Main 60327
Germany

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Messe Frankfurt expands electromobility

Messe Frankfurt Group deploys StreetScooter for zero-emission

deliveries on the Frankfurt exhibition grounds. The electric vehicles

are being used for Messe Frankfurt exhibitors and visitors as part

of a two-year trial.

The Frankfurt exhibition grounds are a ‘city within a city’. With an area

the size of 90 football pitches containing eleven exhibition halls, more

than 90 congress and conference rooms and 26 restaurants, services

such as stand construction, visitor marketing and catering ensure that a

large number of deliveries are needed – and not only when international

flagship fairs are taking place. Thanks to the acquisition of three

‘StreetScooter’ electric transport vehicles, it will be possible to make

some of these deliveries ‘all-electric’, without any vehicle emissions

whatsoever. As Uwe Behm, Member of the Executive Board of Messe

Frankfurt, puts it: “Now, carpeting, signage and even break-time snacks

can be moved around the exhibition grounds in a climate-neutral manner

by Messe Frankfurt’s service partners. With the deployment of

StreetScooters, the company has made an investment in the

improvement of its ecological footprint.”

Messe Frankfurt has been promoting electromobility for quite some time

now. In 2011 the company purchased the first electric Mercedes Benz AClass

car, and has also utilised a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle on the

exhibition grounds. Today, Messe Frankfurt’s fleet boasts multiple

electric cars, and Messe Frankfurt makes its charging infrastructure

available to exhibitors and visitors at its trade fairs as well, with thirteen charging stations on the exhibition grounds. Messe Frankfurt’s CSR activities also include increasing its renewable

energy generation. With the completion of the new Hall 12, the company

has installed its third – and largest – solar power system on the Frankfurt

exhibition grounds, 5,300 modules generating 1,087 MWh every year.

This corresponds to the requirements of 241 single-family homes. The

photovoltaic systems on the roof of Hall 10 and the Rebstock multistorey

car park yield an average of 900 MWh of solar energy per year,

enough to supply the needs of 200 households.
Press information and photographic material:
http://m-es.se/p2JN
Background Information on Messe Frankfurt

Messe Frankfurt is the world’s largest trade fair, congress and event organiser with its own

exhibition grounds. With more than 2,500* employees at 30 locations, the company generates

annual sales of around €715* million. Thanks to its far-reaching ties with the relevant sectors

and to its international sales network, the Group looks after the business interests of its

customers effectively. A comprehensive range of services – both onsite and online – ensures

that customers worldwide enjoy consistently high quality and flexibility when planning,

organising and running their events. The wide range of services includes renting exhibition

grounds, trade fair construction and marketing, personnel and food services. With its

headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, the company is owned by the City of Frankfurt

(60 percent) and the State of Hesse (40 percent).

For more information, please visit our website at: www.messefrankfurt.com

*preliminary figures 2018
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14th May 2019

Messe Frankfurt to switch over to renewable energy

As of event year 2020, Messe Frankfurt will be changing over

completely to green power, sourcing 100 percent of its electricity

from renewable energy. This includes the power supply for the

stands, halls and exhibition grounds at the company’s Frankfurt

base. For Messe Frankfurt, the world’s largest trade fair organiser

with its own exhibition grounds, the move away from conventional

energy sources is a further milestone in implementing its long-term

strategic measures in the field of sustainability. This means that

Messe Frankfurt is setting the pace for German trade fair

companies in this regard as well. The company’s cooperation

partner is Frankfurt-based energy service provider Mainova AG.

Messe Frankfurt’s average energy needs are comparable with those of a

town with around 40,000 inhabitants. Switching over to electricity with an

optimised carbon footprint is a natural next step in the Group’s integral,

responsibly-minded business practice. As Uwe Behm, Member of the

Executive Board of Messe Frankfurt, emphasises: “By switching over

entirely to renewable energy sources, we eliminate some 19,000 tonnes

of CO2 a year. Given that 80 trees compensate for approximately a tonne

of CO2, you would need more than 1.52 million trees a year to offset this

quantity of CO2.”

In this way, the company also accommodates the wishes of its

customers. Uwe Behm: “As a partner, we are acting on the desire among

our exhibitors and guest organisers for an environmentally friendly

approach to trade fair management.” Awareness of the need for

sustainable energy has further increased in recent years and a number

of guest organisers already exclusively use electricity from renewable

energy sources. For Messe Frankfurt, switching over completely to green

power is a further means of actively helping to protect the climate and

environment and of driving forward its energy targets with a view to

achieving an integral energy performance. Of course, the company is

also playing its part in the ambitious climate protection plans of its

shareholders, the City of Frankfurt and the federal state of Hesse.

With Mainova AG, Messe Frankfurt has an energy supplier side that

knows the company and its needs extremely well. As Mainova

management board member Norbert Breidenbach stresses: “Mainova

and Messe Frankfurt have been partners for decades and our

companies have strong roots in their home city. We also share a

responsibility for protecting our climate. Messe Frankfurt also embraces

this responsibility in its capacity as a member of the Business Efficiency

Network founded by Mainova. As well as this, we are eager to help our

partners in stepping up their efforts for sustainable energy supply by

providing them with tailored solutions.”

Messe Frankfurt operates an active energy management system.

As Uwe Behm points out: “Conserving energy is intricate work”.

Accordingly, the targets set by Messe Frankfurt’s energy team will

be implemented under the supervision and resolute drive of the

company’s energy manager. Uwe Behm: “The sheer diversity of

buildings on our exhibition grounds and the different ways in

which they are built and used means that individual analyses are

needed. In the case of new buildings and renovations, forwardlooking,

energy-optimised construction and efficient operation are

vital, for example with compound cooling systems between the

exhibition halls.” However, there are many small measures that

are essential for efficient energy management – these include

adapting air-conditioning for specific facilities, preparing energy

consumption graphics to raise employee awareness, or having an

effective building automation system.

Renewable energy has been a priority on the exhibition grounds for

years, with three photovoltaic systems currently being operated there.

Since late 2018, the third photovoltaic system – located on the roof of

Hall 12 – has been generating energy from the sun’s rays. In future, an

estimated 2 GWh of energy is to be harvested every year, which is

roughly equivalent to the requirements of 500 households.

Since 2010, Messe Frankfurt has been a member of the United Nations

Global Compact – the first German trade fair organiser to join its ranks.

The worldwide CSR network is committed to sustainable corporate

management and to the ten pri2nciples set out in the areas of human

rights, labour standards, environmental protection and anti-corruption

activities.
Background information on Messe Frankfurt

Messe Frankfurt is the world’s largest trade fair, congress and event organiser with its own

exhibition grounds. With over 2,500* employees at 30 locations, the company generates

annual sales of around €715* million. Thanks to its far-reaching ties with the relevant sectors

and to its international sales network, the Group looks after the business interests of its

customers effectively. A comprehensive range of services – both onsite and online – ensures

that customers worldwide enjoy consistently high quality and flexibility when planning,

organising and running their events. The wide range of services includes renting exhibition

grounds, trade fair construction and marketing, personnel and food services. With its

headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, the company is owned by the City of Frankfurt (60

percent) and the State of Hesse (40 percent).

For more information, please visit our website at: www.messefrankfurt.com

* Preliminary figures for 2018
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14th May 2019

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