Rosmould and Rosplast rescheduled for June 2021

June 16, 2020

The 15th International Exhibition for Mould and Tool Making, Product Development and Contract Manufacturing (Rosmould) and the 11th International Exhibition of Machinery and Materials for Plastics Industry (Rosplast) which were rescheduled to August 25–27, 2020, due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), has now been moved to June 15–17, 2021.

Messe Frankfurt RUS, the organisers of Rosmould (featuring 3D-TECH Area) and Rosplast, wrote in an official statement, “According to negotiations with partners and exhibitors, Messe Frankfurt RUS took the decision to reschedule the dates of Rosmould and Rosplast to 2021. New dates of Rosmould (featuring 3D-TECH Area) and Rosplast: 25–27 August 2020, IEC “Crocus Expo”, Moscow.”

“The unstable epidemiological situation, the uncertainty regarding the possibility of holding mass events in the Russian Federation, as well as the ongoing ban on the entry of foreign citizens into the Russian Federation – these and a number of other factors give the organiser reason to believe that holding exhibitions at the highest level will be impossible.”

Messe Frankfurt RUS added, “The organiser’s mission is unchanged – exhibitions should provide maximum value for everyone, be effective business platforms, be held in an atmosphere of security and tranquillity, and help create favourable conditions for interactions between business partners.”

“The Rosmould and Rosplast team hopes that this forced decision will find support from the professional and business communities and calls on all representatives of the industry to support each other during this difficult time.”

www.rosmould.ru.messefrankfurt.com

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