CNR Mobilya 2022
November 2 - November 6
|Ehibition Name:||CNR Mobilya – 18th International Furniture Fair|
|Organizer:||ITF Istanbul Fuarcilik|
|Dates:||02 – 06 November 2022|
|Venue:||ANFAŞ – Antalya Expo Center|
|Visiting Hours:||10am – 7pm|
ANFAŞ – Antalya Expo Center Fair and Congress Center opened in 1999 by ANFAŞ – Antalya Fuarcılık İşletme ve Yatırım A.Ş.; Following the renovation works carried out in 2016, it has reached to an exhibition area of 60.000 m² with a closed area of 40.000 m² and an open area of 20.000 m² with an enlargement of 100% from the usage area of 20.000 m². ANFAŞ – Antalya Expo Center at its enlarged area; Expanding its organizational profile, going on hosting a large number of general and trade fairs, and carrying out fairs and events under one roof.
In addition to the fairground, ANFAŞ – Antalya Expo Center serves as a congress center with 15 meeting rooms divided in the range of 10 and 1,000 people. ANFAS halls offering the opportunity to make congresses concurrently with fairs; make congresses, conferences, seminars, panels, gala, launches, fashion shows, spectacles and special events unforgettable.
Please comply with rules to experience a “CONTACT-FREE AND HYGIENIC EXHIBITION” through the measures taken and halls renewed in accordance with the COVID-19 rules determined by the Turkish government, TOBB (The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey), and UFI (the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry).
Hand sanitizers are kept available at all the hall entrances and exits and in each stand.
Markings are placed at the venue entrances-exits, inside the venue, and in front of stands to keep social distancing.
Exhibitors, staff members of the exhibition venue, and visitors have to wear masks at the entrance of and inside the exhibition venue.
The number of people including exhibitors, staff members, and visitors on the exhibition venue is limited to 1 person per each four (4) square meters. Stand corridors have a distance of at least 3 meters.
The density of the exhibition venue is monitored to be limited to 1 person per each ten (10) square meters through turnstiles, online registration systems, exhibitor portal, and cameras at the entrance and exit gates and densities that might make following social distance rules at exhibitions harder are prevented.
HES codes are requested at the entrances to detect those who must be under isolation.
Staff members warn those not following the rules at the exhibition entrances-exists and inside the exhibition venue and take the necessary actions. The warnings are also supported by the announcement system.