As a growing region for the retail petroleum and car wash industries, Latin American attendees will make up a large portion of this year’s attendees.
The exponential growth of Latin America has positioned it as a key region for the industries covered by UNITI expo. In recent years, its development potential in the fuel distribution and car wash industry has attracted the attention of the European show. Organizers expect a surge in Latin American attendees for this year’s show.
Over the years, UNITI expo has diversified and expanded its international presence with each edition. The presence of several industry leaders and its comprehensive conference program make the difference for visitors outside Europe and the United States.
“UNITI expo gives everyone in this industry a chance to broaden their knowledge and broaden their horizons. This is definitely where you want to be in order to stay ahead of the game with its opportunities to networking and learning,” says Roberto Diaz de Leon, president of Onexpo, the main association of service stations in Mexico.
To reinforce the value that the fair has for Latin American professionals, the International Forum will for the first time offer simultaneous translation into Spanish.
“UNITI expo’s interest in the Latin American region is proof that it not only wants to grow as a trade show, but also increase its relevance for industries internationally. I look forward to being a part of this year’s show and making the most of it alongside my fellow Latinos,” adds Carlos Gold, Director of Institutional Relations at Cecha.
The increase in the number of visitors has been achieved thanks to the creation of the Latin American Delegation – a package aimed at professionals in the region that brings together all the amenities and services necessary to enjoy the experience and ensure excellent networking. After its debut in 2018, the show has decided to renew this package to attract a greater number of professionals for this year’s edition.
The UNITI exhibition is back from May 17-19 in Landesmesse, Stuttgart, and it will be celebrated without any COVID restrictions, according to the latest COVID ordinance from the state government of Baden-Württemberg. This means that entry requirements will not be required for attendees and there will be no capacity limit for the event.