22 Jul 2020

BUSWORLD INDIA POSTPONED UNTIL 2022

Busworld India scheduled for 6-8 October will be postponed until 2022. The fair is held every two years so it means the 2020 edition is, not surprisingly, skipped entirely. According to the organizers Busworld and Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the current state of affairs and caution advisories regarding the Covid-19 situation in the world and especially India is why the fair is postponed. A decision not taken lightly but in close consultation with the stakeholders.

Unfortunately it is the second time Busworld India edition 2020 is postponed. The fair was earlier this year scheduled to be organized in the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru. The venue stays the same only the date changes now to 2022. The organisers have confirmed that the dates for the next edition of the trade fair will be announced after detailed discussions in the coming months.

In order to keep the industry updated with the changing business landscape in the Bus & Coach sector, Busworld and Messe Frankfurt will continue to host a series of virtual webinars and interactive events to keep the industry in India and the surrounding region connected until its next edition in 2022.

The last edition of Busworld India in 2018 was very successful with participation of the entire spectrum of vehicle, body, ancillary and parts manufacturers, service providers, integrators and operators under one roof. They came from all over the world, resulting in 115 exhibitors occupying 7,000 sqm. International exhibitors from Germany, USA, Belgium, Spain, Turkey, China, Belarus, Korea, Austria and other countries presented their latest products and services, witnessed by over 8,000 business visitors.

Busworld started its journey in 1971 and has completed almost 50 years of success as the international exhibition in the world for the bus and coach Industry. www.busworldindia.org


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