RECYCLING-TECHNIK & SOLIDS Dortmund postponed


Unfortunately, the performance of RECYCLING-TECHNIK & SOLIDS Dortmund on 01 + 02 April 2020 was prohibited by the authorities by general decree. (Source: 10.03.2020 decree of the Ministry of Health NRW / 11.03.2020 general disposition, City of Dortmund)

 

Against the background of the increasing number of corona infections in the country, an unpredictable, unavoidable situation of global proportions is emerging. The resulting consequence of the cancellation of events with more than 1000 participants in NRW is completely beyond the control of Easyfairs as the organiser.

 

We very much regret this development.

 

After carefully checking the available trade fair dates for 2020, we were able to book a replacement date with Messe Dortmund. The event RECYCLING-TECHNIK & SOLIDS Dortmund will be made up for on 24 and 25 June 2020.

 

www.recycling-technik.com

www.easyfairs.com

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