Sustainability on the trade show floor is no longer a wish but an essential goal in the world of booth building and trade shows. The Informa Better Stands program is taking the lead in this by encouraging sustainability and reducing disposable standards. They award certificates at various levels to indicate the sustainability of the exhibition stand. Now Guangdong FUWA Equipment Manufacturing has earned the silver certificate for their booth at the Intermodal.
Informa Better Stands Program: a commitment to sustainability
Silver certificate for FUWA
Fuwa was awarded the silver certificate at Intermodal. This recognition confirms their role in sustainability, where, together with Cialona, they actively contribute to the environmental impact in stand construction.
Obtaining this certificate is not just an achievement, it is a result of concrete actions in the field of sustainability. The certificate was previously received by Obeck with their exhibition stand at the Vitafoods fair. The report highlights the use of greener materials in the exhibition stand, as well as the reuse of various stand elements such as the frame, floor and (custom) furniture.
Obtaining such a certificate is not an end point but rather the beginning of a greener future for the beautiful industry we are in. In this way, participating in a trade show becomes a great opportunity to show that sustainability plays a major role within your organization.
Want to know more about sustainability on the trade show floor?
Every day we are working on making our organization, and therefore the stand construction industry, more sustainable. We believe it is important to advise and support our clients as best we can to participate more sustainably in exhibitions, so that they too can achieve their targets without compromising on marketing communications.
We are at home in sustainable(er) materials, the reuse of fixed booth components and the recycling of production waste. Feel free to contact us, we would love to tell you more about sustainable booth construction!