Already 160 new exhibitors set to attend InterTabac/InterSupply
Following the announcement that the twin shows InterTabac and InterSupply will once again be taking place in Dortmund between 15 and 17 September, the phones at Messe Dortmund have been running red hot: “So far, we've had firm commitments from nearly 160 exhibitors from across all tobacco segments in Germany and abroad to attend the InterTabac/InterSupply shows for the very first time. This is proof positive that the industry is fully behind our shows and is looking forward to the upcoming events,” said Sabine Loos, Managing Director of Westfalenhallen Unternehmensgruppe which owns and operates the Messe Dortmund venue.
Dortmund, 21 June 2022 – The twin shows InterTabac and InterSupply are a highlight in the trade show calendar which the Messe Dortmund team always looks forward to. And so do exhibitors: “Feedback from the industry is excellent: everyone is really eager to meet, network and connect at the venue. This is borne out by the high numbers of bookings. We're especially pleased to have received 160 brand new registrations already from all over the world,” Loos continued.
160 new exhibitors promise to bring further impetus
For two years now, the industry has had to do without the world's largest trade show for tobacco products and smoking accessories when it came to engaging at a central location and implementing business deals. In September, specialist traders, retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers have the opportunity once again to meet face-to-face, cultivating existing relationships and creating new ones, as well as taking a look at new and long-established suppliers and products. 160 new exhibitors promise to bring further impetus, helping grow retailers' assortments – for example with limited editions from small tobacco manufacturers that have not been available to be tried out anywhere else. Many of these are presenting their products to the European market at InterTabac only. The new exhibitors include resounding names from the cigar industry such as Casa 1910, La Caoba, JRE Tobacco and Black Star Line, some of whose ranges include especially rare wrappers and tobaccos. By visiting InterTabac, specialist retailers are giving themselves the opportunity to set themselves apart from the competition by securing fresh insights.
Of course, there are also new exhibitors in the other tobacco segments too, including businesses like Sunfa PTE, whose proposition centres on snuff, chewing tobacco, cigarettes and heat-not-burn products, pipe specialist Pipe Moretti, shisha supplier Aeon, BalMy Deutschland, a company offering everything to do with electronic cigarettes, and AMIT SAL which operates in the roll-your-own market. A broad overview of current topics and trends is guaranteed – and of course the shows offer the opportunity to see, feel, touch and taste.
Trade visitors must be aged 18 or over to attend InterTabac or InterSupply, and are required to register in the online ticket shop. Current supplier invoices or copies of company register extracts are sufficient as proof of industry affiliation. Registration is a convenient procedure thanks to Messe Dortmund's modern ticketing system. The same goes for ticket vouchers, which can be redeemed very simply via the system.