22. - 24. October 2024 GGS –Trade Fair Dangerous Goods // Hazardous Substances



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Fantastic Variety of Exhibits Expected as Large Numbers of Exhibitors Register for the Double Trade Fair

The list of exhibitors at Fuel & Gas Logistics and GGS - Trade Fair Dangerous Goods // Hazardous Substances already includes illustrious names. Market leaders from various industry sectors soon took advantage of the early-bird phase to book stand space to present their new products, innovative upgrades and latest portfolios to a professional audience in Leipzig from 22 to 24 October 2024.

A respectable list of registered exhibitors is coming together for the fourth edition of GGS – Trade Fair Dangerous Goods // Hazardous Substances. Particularly striking is that interest is spread across the entire industry. This shows just how broadly based the trade fair design is.

Major players who have already agreed to come and present their fascinating exhibits include market leaders such as Denios SE in warehousing and operating equipment and Linde Material Handling in storage, conveyor and handling technology.

Dachser SE and Finsterwalder Transport und Logistik GmbH were exhibitors at GGS from the very start and are returning this year to present their innovations and solutions for transport and logistics services. Stand space has also been booked by numerous other companies such as AddSecure GmbH, asecos GmbH, Becker Umweltdienste GmbH, Bieler+Lang GmbH, domeba GmbH, ExTox Gasmess-Systeme GmbH, Labeline Europe, Quentic GmbH, richter & hess INDUSTRIE- und GEFAHRGUTVERPACKUNGS GmbH and RMS GmbH.

A Double Trade Fair That Offers Plentiful Synergies in a Compact Venue

The combination of Fuel & Gas Logistics and the parallel event GGS – Trade Fair Dangerous Goods // Hazardous Substances results in considerable added value for exhibitors and trade visitors. After all, virtually every transport or logistics process involving energy sources, lubricants or industrial gases falls into the categories of dangerous goods transport or hazardous substances handling. Distances are therefore kept short between the two trade fairs at the exhibition centre to ensure industry players can benefit from synergies such as easier networking.

The asecos GmbH company as the market’s leading producer of safety cabinets for hazardous material storage appreciates the linking of the two events and is returning to exhibit once again. "We mostly represent the intralogistics sector", says Marc Sommer, team leader for trade fairs and events at asecos GmbH. "However, most professionals visiting from the logistics industry are also responsible for the legally compliant storage of hazardous materials, so holding the two trade fairs together generates meaningful synergies. There is also a lot of interest in processes for the safe handling of lithium-ion batteries. Here, we can provide optimised and approved solutions. The accompanying programme of talks also offers attendees added value. We're looking forward to a lot of good conversations and interested visitors".

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