May 4, 2006
Deutsche Messe AG takes on responsibility for staging "Hydrogen + Fuel Cells"
With effect from 1 May 2006, Deutsche Messe AG is assuming economic and legal responsibility for the staging of the group exhibit entitled "Hydrogen + Fuel Cells" originally founded by Arno A. Evers a display which has been an annual highlight of HANNOVER MESSE (the Hannover Fair) ever since 1995. Hydrogen + Fuel Cells now ranks as the world‘s largest get-together for its sector.
Mr. Evers will continue contributing to the display in years to come, and his current project manager, Tobias Renz, will play a pivotal role in organizing and staging the showcase. "Our exhibitors can rest assured of receiving the full service package and the same high level of customer responsiveness to which they are accustomed", asserts Renz.
As a perennial highlight of the "Energy" show taking place under the HANNOVER MESSE umbrella, the Hydrogen + Fuel Cells pavilion has steadily grown from 10 exhibitors at its inception to a full 122 exhibitors from 32 different countries this year.
"The pavilion‘s service offerings, community-building effectiveness and networking potential remain unparalleled throughout the sector. The management shift is prompted by a desire on the part of Deutsche Messe AG to enhance the service offerings further still, as well as to give this forward-looking technology a permanent home within the Energy show while also pushing the theme internationally via our entire global network," explains Peter Rippen, HANNOVER MESSE Senior Vice President at Deutsche Messe AG in Hannover, Germany.