Would you like to exhibit at Automechanika Frankfurt? You will find important information here, as well as the opportunity to register.
|Stand rentals 2020
|Early Bird (until 30.4.2019)||Regular Price|
|1 - side open||EUR 263,00 / m²
||EUR 281,00 / m²|
|2 - side open
||EUR 287,00 / m²||EUR 308,00 / m²|
|3 - side open
||EUR 291,00 / m²||EUR 312,00 / m²|
|4 - side open
||EUR 294,00 / m²||EUR 315,00 / m²|
|Outdoor Area||EUR 135,00 / m²||EUR 144,00 / m²|
|2-storey||EUR 145,00 / m²|
To the stand-rental price must be added the charge for the obligatory mediapackage of 585.00 EUR (not per m²), the environmental fee of 2.95 EUR /m² and the AUMA fee of 0.60 EUR /m². All prices are subject to value added tax at the current rate.
Set-up and dismantling
Regular set-up takes place from 3 to 6 September 2020 and is free of charge. If you would like to take advantage of the advance set-up period from 1 to 5 September 2018, you can order this for a fee in the Shop for Exhibitor Services.
- The advanced setting-up is possible from 29 August to 2 September 2020 every day from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m..
- Regular setting-up is possible around the clock from 3 to 6 September 2020. Please note that on 7.9. after 3 p.m. setting-up is only possible within the stands due to carpet laying in the aisle.
In order to drive onto the exhibition ground, it is necessary to register beforehand. Please register in advance online, to avoid waiting times on site. You can register here a few weeks before the start of the event.
The normal dismantling takes place from 12 September from 10 p.m. until 14 September 2020 9 p.m. and is free of charge. Please use the shop for exhibitor services if you wish to book the extended paid reduction.
- The extended dismantling is possible on 15 September 2020 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m..
Here you can find all important information about the new Messe Frankfurt check-in system. To ensure your set-up resp. dismantling activities can run as smoothly as possible, all vehicles accessing the fairgrounds will need to be registered by you.
For any further queries, about the Automechanika traffic regulations::
Telephone +49 69 75 75-66 00
Registration for accessing the fairgrounds will be possible around August 2020.
Downloads for your trade fair preparations
Here you will find important documents for your trade fair preparations – including the “Checkliste” [Checklist] – that you can easily download in PDF format.
Press services at Automechanika
Reports in the press, radio and television contribute to the success of your presentation at the fair. Therefore we would like to offer our support for your PR activities before and during the fair.
The media package
Enjoy the spotlight! Take advantage of the Automechanika Frankfurt media package to raise the profile of your stand before and during the trade fair. The media package is obligatory for exhibitors and constitutes an important tool for a successful trade fair presentation. Find out more about what the package has to offer.
Printed presence (catalogue)
- Company name, address, telephone, fax, website, e-mail, hall and stand number
- 2 product groups in the catalogue
- Company name, address, telephone, fax, website, e-mail, hall and stand number
- Publication of the product groups as booked
- 1 company page and 5 product pages with text and photo
- 5 keywords for full-text search
- 1 update of the presentation per trade fair cycle
- Listing in the visitor information system Compass on the fair site during the event
- Listing in exhibitor and product search
- Position marked in the hall plan
Unofficial exhibitor directories
We would like to inform you that numerous suppliers have issued so-called "unofficial exhibitor directories". Please pay attention to our information on this topic.
We would like to inform you that numerous suppliers such as Construct Data (FAIRGuide, Expo Guide) Matic Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, AMI GmbH and the online catalogue "International Fairs Directory" have issued so-called "unofficial exhibitor directories".
These directories have nothing to do with the official exhibitor directory as issued by Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH.
These companies are trying to get you to pay for an entry in their exhibitor directory using the subject heading of "Datenkontrolle" or “data update". If you want to appear only in the official exhibitor directory as issued by Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH please decline these offers.
The official exhibitor directory as well as all online media are strictly issued by Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH in collaboration with Messe Frankfurt Medien und Service GmbH.
If you have been accepted as an exhibitor at one of our trade fair events rest assured that your basic entry will appear in the official exhibitor directory and the online media.
You can find more information as well as a sample reply letter which you can use to react to an invoice from the suppliers of these so-called "unofficial exhibitor directories" on the homepage of the AUMA, the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry.
To the homepage of AUMA
Messe Frankfurt against Copying
The “Messe Frankfurt against Copying” initiative supports you with extensive information and personal consultation to help you protect your intellectual property. Please also note the legal information for exhibitors.
Legal information for exhibitors concerning parts and accessories advertising at Automechanika Frankfurt
In the past, parts and accessories advertising has repeatedly been the subject of legal disputes. These mostly involve complaints by suppliers about their own trademark being used on parts or accessories without authorisation or at least not in the due and proper form. As a consequence, the exhibitor is in many cases prohibited from further exhibiting the products concerned, or related promotion material. These measures can be enforced under civil or criminal law.
To ensure our exhibitors have a trouble-free trade fair, we would like to draw your attention to the following:
The accessory or spare part, its packaging and support materials should be designed in such a way that the targeted public is left in no doubt as to the origin of the product. Unambiguous identification must clearly show that the part concerned is the product of an independent third party and not the product of the original manufacturer. The easiest way to do this is to label the product and packaging with your own trademark in a clearly visible place.
The same applies to other advertising measures as well as to the design of the exhibition stand. This, too, must not in any way convey the misleading impression that a special relationship exists with the original manufacturer.
Use of the logotypes or symbols of an original manufacturer for your own advertising purposes requires the prior consent of the trademark owner. Apart from a few legally defined exceptions, the lack of the owner’s consent constitutes an infringement of property rights and may result in civil or criminal legal action.
The logotype or symbol and other business marks of a vehicle manufacturer should therefore only be used if the necessary consent has been granted. You should obtain such consent in writing and keep this document to hand at the trade fair so that you are able to present it if required. The consent should refer to the specific form of advertising or use.
Particular caution is advised when making references to the name of the original manufacturer, as well as to trademark-protected brands or model names. Such information is only permitted where this is necessary to inform the public about the designated use of your own products.
However, it is only necessary to use a third-party trademark where such information about the purpose of the products cannot be provided in any other meaningful way. The specific use must, therefore practically constitute the only means of providing such information. This relates to cases in which such information – for example concerning compatibility with an original part – practically cannot be provided without using the original trademark.
Such exempted use constitutes a legal exception, which should by definition be interpreted restrictively. Where, for example, technical standards or norms exist that are suitable for providing the targeted public with comprehensive and complete information as to the intended purpose of the product (such as size specifications or DIN standards), the use of the trademark would in principle not be necessary and would therefore be inadmissible. Whether an individual case constitutes such a legal exception, i.e. whether it is permissible to use a trademark to describe the intended purpose without the original manufacturer’s authorisation requires detailed examination from a legal point of view. The same applies to the question of what form such use should take; namely, it must not violate moral standards. Thus, the thirdparty trademark in particular may not be used for advertising purposes above and beyond the advertising effect associated with the necessary product designation. This may already be the case where instead of the logotype a manufacturer’s well-known symbol is used.
In your interests and ours, we thank you for heeding the above recommendations when organising your trade fair presentation. As it largely depends on the circumstances of the individual case, we recommend that where clarification is needed you obtain legal advice ahead of the trade fair. Create clarity about the provenance of your products and help us to make our event more transparent.