With our vast areas and long experience of flows and interaction spots, we ensure the creation of controlled and safe meetings.
Through close and continuous dialogue with the Swedish authorities, we assure full adherence to current guidelines and recommendations for professional meeting places.
On February 9, 2022, most restrictions affecting fairs and conferences were lifted. Read more on the Swedish Public Health Agency's website about the rules that apply to trade fairs right now. Rules may change swiftly and sometimes with a very short lead time. If you have questions about a specific event at Elmia, primarily search for information on the event's website.
The health and safety of our guests and employees is always our highest priority and we continuously adapt our meeting place to the prevailing situation and current guidelines. We also encourage all our guests to follow the Public Health Agency's general advice and recommendations and continue to take personal responsibility for their own and others' safety by:
On 1 July, the trade fair industry received its own classification within the Covid law.
During the summer of 2021, Elmia's facility underwent a certification process to ensure the quality of its covid-19 infection control routines. The international certification has been developed by SAFE Asset Group and means that the facility's preparations and routines for handling covid-19 have been approved in accordance with the standard “Covid-19 Compliant”.
As an exhibitor, you are responsible for creating a safe and secure environment in your stand.
Always and regularly check which rules apply at the particular trade fair where your take part.
Welcome to Elmia. Before your visit, you have to pre-register your tickets. No registration is done on-site.
We create the opportunity for physical distance and it should be easy to keep your distance. The premises are equipped with hand alcohol stations and we have extended cleaning.