(Neumünster) The 64th edition of NordBau ended successfully in the evening of Sunday, 15th September 2019. Despite the complete closure of the A7 motorway due to construction work on the "Hamburger Deckel", interested parties were not deterred from visiting the largest compact exhibition for construction in Northern Europe: 836 exhibitors from 13 countries were delighted to have about 62,600 visitors!
What was already apparent at the opening of the 64th edition of NordBau, with numerous celebrities from politics, business and the industry, continued seamlessly over the following days of the exhibition: the positive mood due to a stable order situation in the construction industry, combined with the will to move forward through future-oriented projects like the Fehmarnbelt crossing through an 18-kilometer immersed tunnel, for example. The positive spirit of optimism was not only conveyed by the exhibitors but was equally reflected in the full exhibition hall and in the numerous trade fair visitors in attendance. In short, the mood during the 64th edition of NordBau could not have been better! Many exhibitors highlighted the high level of expertise of the visitors.
KNOWLEDGE creates Living spaces: The focal points of the 64th edition of NordBau set important accents and hit the spirit of the times
At the opening of the 64th edition of NordBau, the Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein, Daniel Günther, and the Lord Mayor of the city Neumünster, Dr. Olaf Tauras, met for the first time with the representatives of the Scandinavian countries; the Ambassador of the Republic of Finland, Anne Sipiläinen; the Ambassador of Denmark, Friis Arne Petersen; and the Norwegian Honorary Consul, Detlef Palm, and discussed the economic and cultural opportunities that the growing Baltic Sea region brings to the people of Northern Europe. Previously in a keynote speech, the Honorary Consul of Finland who is equally the CEO of HanseBelt Initiativkreis, Bernd Jorkisch, emphasized the importance of the largest North European construction project, the Fehmarnbelt crossing, for the whole of Europe and its connections to the economic routes to Asia and Eastern Europe.