Posts Tagged ‘ NürnbergMesse ’

Fensterbau Frontale Rescheduled for July

Jan 18th, 2022

Fensterbau Frontale, the window and door trade show held every two years in Nuremberg, Germany, has been rescheduled once again due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Originally, set to take place in March 2020, it was first rescheduled for June 2020, then March 2021. It is now set for July 12-15, 2022. Show organizers say the […]

Fensterbau Frontale and Holz-Handwerk Will Not Take Place in 2020

Apr 14th, 2020

NürnbergMesse has decided, in agreement with the Department of Environment and Health of the City of Nürnberg, not to hold Fensterbau Frontale in conjunction with Holz-Handwerk in 2020. According to the event coordinators, the uncertain situation resulting from COVID-19 is leading to a declining willingness to invest. Limited business activity due to official orders and […]

Fever Builds for Tradeshows

Mar 12th, 2020

In the final hours of February, with a show quickly approaching in mid-March, officials for NürnbergMesse announced the postponement of Fensterbau Frontale—one of the world’s largest tradeshows for doors and windows. Days later, amid ongoing concerns over the outbreak of coronavirus, the event was rescheduled for June 2020. Now it seems that a roughly three-month […]

Fensterbau Postponed Over Concerns for Coronavirus

Feb 28th, 2020

Officials for NürnbergMesse announced this morning the postponement of Fensterbau Frontale, citing concerns over the current outbreak of the coronavirus. The decision follows feedback from customers and industry representatives, a press release explained. As a result, the event will not take place as planned, from March 18-21, in Nuremberg, Germany, instead postponed to “a date […]