Bauma CTT Russia 2020 cancelled

By Mike Hayes23 June 2020

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Sergey Alexandrov, MD Messe Muenchen Rus

Messe München has announced that the Bauma CTT Russia 2020 exhibition will be cancelled, due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The show had already been postponed from its original date, with the organisers repositioning it in September this year, but health and safety regulations in Russia have now led to its cancellation.

In September, for example, Russia is expected to be enforcing a ban on assembly and restrictions on international travel.

The next bauma CTT RUSSIA will take place from 25 to 28 May 2021 in Moscow, Crocus Expo.

Sergey Alexandrov, managing director of Messe Muenchen Rus, said, “The health and safety of all those taking part in bauma CTT RUSSIA is our top priority. In addition, it is our goal to offer all participants optimal conditions for a successful trade fair. However, as we are unable to implement this under the current circumstances and in view of the regulations of the authorities, we do not wish to expose exhibitors, visitors or partners to such an uncertain situation”.

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