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Losberger attracted present and prospective customers to Bad Rappenau


During the three days that INTERTENT 2011 was open, almost 1500 trade visitors came to Bad Rappenau ...


During the three days that INTERTENT 2011 was open, almost 1500 trade visitors came to Bad Rappenau to learn all about the range of products offered by one of the major manufacturers, sellers and hirers of mobile tent systems.  From November 16 to 18, on its premises in Fürfeld, Losberger presented a cross-section of mobile space solutions and events logistics from all event service sectors. New concepts attracted customers from event, trade fair and marketing organisations as well as tent hirers from almost every corner of the world. There were also tent solutions on display for the armed forces, aid organisations and rescue services.



Dialogue and networking

On this occasion, Losberger presented a revised, new exhibition concept which, in addition to a wide-ranging product show, provided a platform for companies which operate throughout the entire events sector. In this way, visitors to Losberger's Intertent were able to inform themselves thoroughly about all event-related services. In addition, Losberger had arranged a wide-ranging programme of talks relating to all aspects of events and temporary buildings.   Well-known specialists had been invited as speakers, and, to judge from the public's reaction, they certainly sparked many creative ideas.


Highlights and premieres

When it came to comfort and atmosphere, in no way were the large main tent and the event tent inferior to traditional permanent locations. The “temporary lecture tent” was one of the main INTERTENT features. This was a joint project by Neumann&Müller, hms and Losberger, and the superior audiovisual technology, special wall and ceiling modifications and a sophisticated ventilation system ensured an appropriate conference atmosphere with excellent acoustics for lectures, congresses and meetings wherever required. Finally, the premiere of Losberger's new “Palas” big tent was announced – it will take place in Bad Rappenau in April 2012. This is the latest and most innovative product in Losberger's maxiflex range, with cube-like tent architecture, eight metres of side height, and horizontally-placed wall elements. Palas can be used as a large-volume event and presentation hall, and a variant with two levels is being planned. There were advance indications at INTERTENT of what will be on view next April.