The coronavirus is widespread in Poland – although far from the scale that has been achieved in Italy or other European countries, the authorities do not underestimate the problem and preventively hold back fairs and events gathering more than 1000 people. The last victim of these activities are the Dni Druku 3D (Days of 3D Printing) fair – the largest event of its kind dedicated to additive technologies in Central Europe. Along with them, fairs dedicated to steel processing, welding and a number of other industrial technologies were postponed.

Andrzej Mochoń – the president of Targi Kielce S.A. announced in a statement that all market events to take place in March and April 2020 will be postponed. As for the Dni Druku 3D, the new planned date of the event is September 22-24.

Aside from the health concerns and the question of stopping the spread of the coronavirus, this decision is also valid in the economic and commercial sphere. The information that we receive from all over the world clearly shows that the attendance at any fair organized in the current period will be much lower than assumed. And this is not about the issues of individual decisions made by each person – many companies have suspended their employees from agreeing to such trips for fear of the risks associated with the spreading disease. Until the situation is controlled and the emotions associated with it subside – no fairs or conferences will be held…

Paweł Ślusarczyk
CEO of 3D Printing Center. Has over 15 years' experience in buisiness, gained in IT, advertising and polygraphy. Part of 3D printing industry since 2013.

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