Veronafiere: safe restart in October with the 15th edition of Oil&nonOil

 In EXHIBITION, Oil&nonOil 2020 Verona

Confident response from the market: a great many exhibition spaces have already been confirmed. The safe business protocol will be implemented during the show to protect companies and operators

The restart at Veronafiere gets going with Oil&nonOil. The dates for the 15th edition of the most important event in Italy for the liquid and gaseous fuel distribution chain, from storage to tank, are confirmed as 21-23 October 2020. This is the first physical event organized in the Verona Exhibition Centre in the wake of the lockdown period imposed by Covid-19.

Numerous exhibitors have already confirmed attendance including, among others, Agla Elettronica, Alkom Autocisterne, AmSpec Italia, Archigia, Assytech, Brin Company, Cashpos, Co.Me.Ca, Elaflex Italia, Emme Informatica, Emme Retail, Ham Italia, I Bilanciai, Icad Sistemi, Intrapresa, Isoil Impianti, Maser, Metalscreen, Sapio, Schermolux Illuminotecnica, Sialtech, Sol, Tecnocryo, Tecnogas, Union Gas Metano, Vanzetti Engineering, Visual and Walter Tosto.

“Veronafiere gets going again with an event of national standing that will take stock of the situation in such strategic sectors as fuel and mobility services,” said Veronafiere’s Sales Director, Flavio Innocenzi -. “Naturally, our top priority is to ensure maximum safeguards for exhibiting companies and operators. We have consequently updated and tightened the already strict prevention procedures applied inside the exhibition centre.”

Entrances, show halls and external areas in the exhibition centre have been redesigned in the light of the new safebusiness protocol agreed and validated by institutions, health authorities and Aefi, the Italian Trade Fair Association.

Veronafiere has made investments to create access gates with thermo-scanners and differential entry and exit routes. All facilities are now sanitized with ozone and conditioning systems are also now subject to additional checks and sanitizing. An agreement has also been activated with a local health care organization to ensure that a specialist medical centre is always available on site.
In addition, given the numerous workshops scheduled during Oil&nonOil, the capacity of conference rooms has been reduced by 60% to uphold social distancing.

The overall aim is to ensure that the directors oil companies, independent operators, service station managers, associations, suppliers, hauliers and car-wash centres can rely on the best conditions to meet customers and stakeholders to expand their awareness of issues involving energy and transport of people and goods.