From 22 to 24 September 2017, InterSupply, the international trade fair for the production of tobacco goods, is taking place. Things are looking very good for the third edition of the fair. Last year’s result for hired exhibition space has already been achieved now in May. Due to a change in the organisation of halls for the main, co-located exhibition InterTabac, InterSupply will be right in the middle of all the action in 2017.

With over 500 exhibitors, InterTabac will occupy halls 2, 2N, 3A, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 for the first time. This places InterSupply in hall 3B in a central position, fully surrounded by the world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories. An optimal exchange of trade visitors is guaranteed.

InterTabac2016 | Photo: Anja Cord

After the premiere in 2015 with a total of 70 exhibitors, the number of exhibitors had already climbed to 79 by 2016. Yet another increase is expected this year. Exhibitors at InterSupply 2016 came from 24 countries. The share of foreign exhibitors was 70 percent, a new record at Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund.

InterSupply 2016 | Photo: Anja Cord

This year, there will be new exhibitors from countries such as Belgium, China, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Jordan, Lithuania, Poland, Turkey, and the USA. More premieres will include the paper and packaging supplier BMJ, the machine manufacturer Molins, and the packaging company Saueressig. With Universal Leaf, a second major raw tobacco supplier from the USA will be joining US Tobacco. Returning to the exhibition are Hertz & Selck and Schur Star Systems from Germany, who did not participate in the exhibition in 2016.

InterSupply features all process steps for the production of tobacco goods. From raw tobacco, flavours, additives, production machinery, packaging machines and systems, to paper, foils and packages, all steps of production can be found here. The production of and accessories for e-cigarettes are a subject as well. InterSupply targets trade visitors from the production of tobacco goods, for example trade buyers, production managers, engineers and developers.

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