The HTS tentiQ TENT-EXPO 2019 was held over four days between Wednesday 13th – Saturday 16th November at the Wächtersbach exhibition ground, Germany.

TENT EXPO 2019 celebrated Italy with an Italian-themed show. Over 1100 visitors from around the world attended the event to view the latest product innovations from HTS tentiQ.

We chose our in-house exhibition to launch our new brand, HTS tentiQ. The new name combines “High Tech Structures”, “tent” and “iQ” and symbolises an experienced company which is committed to continued innovations, intelligent solutions and unique quality. The new brand name was announced by Dr Heribert Decher, CEO.

Colleagues and customers also took the opportunity to thank company founder, Heinz Röder, for all his hard work and outstanding achievements.

As well as having the opportunity to view a comprehensive range of existing products, such as the range of HTS tentiQ event structures, industrial buildings, defence structures, accessory products and a wide range of mainstream “compatible” structure systems, visitors were also able to see the exciting new orangery structure.

This year hospitality took place in a large polygon temporary building, inside of which was a highly impressive two-storey 10.00m x 10.00m Manhattan structure with a 7.00m side height and avantgarde glazing and a selection of London, Nizza, Cannes and Monaco pagoda structures.

The partner exhibitor area showcased over 20 industry-related companies and their products. These included: heating & air conditioning, furniture, lighting, cover cleaning machines, design software solutions and more. This popular area enables visitors to view the extensive range of products on display from HTS tentiQ, whilst also providing a fantastic opportunity to speak with leading suppliers to the events industry about complementary products and services.

We would like to thank everyone who visited TENT EXPO 2019 and hope that you found your visit both informative and entertaining. We look forward to welcoming you back in 2020!

Dr Heribert Decher