We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at IWA this year, 3-6th of March.
IWA is an exhibition held in Nuremberg, Germany for high performance target sports, nature activities and shooting companies to exhibit their latest products and news. IWA began in 1973 with just 100 exhibitors and has now expanded into a world-leading trade fair for hunting, shooting sports, equipment for outdoor activities, and for civilian and official security applications. In 2016, IWA featured 1,455 exhibitors and over 45,500 trade visitors from 114 different countries and continues to grow every year.
This year, not only will we be exhibiting (Hall 6, Stand 335), but so are a number of other big industry names; H&K, Benelli Armi, Action Sport Games, Browning International and Swiss Arms to name a tiny handful.
Nuremburg has excellent travel links that make travelling to and from IWA easy.
Nuremburg Airport has already received the prestigious “Business Traveller Awards” several times and is one of the best in Germany. Nuremburg airport as excellent links to the city centre and exhibition centre. Simply take the U2 underground line towards Röthenbach and depart at Nuremburg Central Station. From there, you can take the U1 towards Langwasser-Süd and depart at Messe Station for the exhibition centre.
Driving to the centre is very simple; Nuremburg has excellent navigation and a modern traffic and parking guidance system that shows you exactly where you need to go.
For more information on how to get to IWA, click here.
Hotels and accommodation are plentiful in the area. IWA has ties with services such as Business & Service, who will help you search for suitable accommodation. 9Flats is another service but it allows you privately rent local apartments, rooms or houses for short periods of time. Alternatively, you can camp at KNAUS campingpark which is within walking distance from the exhibition centre.
Alternatively, you can use Nuremburg’s tourism service, which will help you find a suitable hotel for your needs.
All visitors receive free Wi-Fi throughout the exhibition centre and if you require higher speed and data allowances, a paid plan is also available.
There are locker rooms near the entrance that allow you to store coats and items of luggage for a small fee and a business lounge to enjoy some peace and tranquillity away from the bustle of the exhibition. There are also a number of cafés and restaurants throughout the halls.
Nuremberg itself is a town full of rich history, museums, architecture and landscapes; the Imperial Castle (Kaiserberg), serving as the location for numerous imperial assemblies from 1105; a zoo, home to some 3300 animals across 292 species; and one of the largest museums of cultural history in the German speaking world, with over 1.3million objects.
If you’re planning on attending IWA 2017, come and visit us in hall 6, stand 335 and say hi.