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Types of exhibition stands

Individual or standard (modular) exhibition stand? The question that often arise during preparation to the exhibitions is not so simple and obvious.

For example, it is considered that an exhibition stand which is made of wood or plastic elements called individual (or exclusive) exhibition stands. And stand built from modular system can condescendingly call the standard exhibition stand. But at the same time, there are stand examples made from the exhibition stand system Octanorm looking brighter and more interesting even more expensive ones. It’s achieved due to successful design solutions and moreover helps to reduce costs by 25-40%. Let’s look some of the various exhibition buildings features. Our company use the classification of exhibition stands depending on the mounting stand technologies and materials used in the production process.

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Standard exhibition stand. It is the most common type of exhibition stands. These stands are assembled from ready-made laminated white panels and modular aluminum profiles. This is the cheapest type of the exhibition buildings.

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Standard Plus exhibition stand. Mostly used exhibition systems Octanorm or Maxima. Standard plus allows to realize showy but at the same time cost-effective design at any exhibition. Advanced set of exhibition systems enables to build stands up to 6 m height.

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Individual (or exclusive) exhibition stand. If you want to impress at the exhibition and increase the brand value of the company – this is the best choice for this purpose limited only your budget and designer ideas!

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A two-storey exhibition stand. It’s the best solution for exhibition stands having a large number of functional areas on the show. Stands of this class allow maximum use of space and effectively organize work at the venue.

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Truss system stand. Exhibition stands from aluminum truss structures make it possible to place above the large logos, graphic design elements and a sufficient number of lamps for bright lighting exhibition area and exhibits.

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