The Supplier Days in Expo Houten

Fever detection at first Dutch trade fair in autumn

The trade show for the promotional sector, De Leveranciersdagen, uses Portaal Check's mobile scan portal to prevent exhibitors and visitors from coming to the show floor with a fever. De Leveranciersdagen is the first trade fair in the Benelux to open the traditional autumn season, after a six-month hiatus in the trade fair sector.

On 2 and 3 September, the ninth edition of The Supplier Days takes place in Expo Houten. A trade fair where suppliers of promotional items and services exhibit and distributors of these products are the visitors. In short, a typical trade fair where trade visitors come to network with colleagues and suppliers and to look for new products and services.

Measuring body temperature

It goes without saying that the first trade fair of the new season has an extensive corona protocol. Visitors must register in advance and sign up for a specific time slot.

On entering, one walks past the Portal Check mobile scanning portal that measures the body temperature of every passer-by and indicates on the monitor if there is someone with an excessively high temperature. The first aiders present at the fair stand can treat the person in question with the Portal Check infrared scan gun If necessary, carry out a further control measurement.

Wider aisles have been created on the exhibition floor and walking directions have been set so that everyone can easily keep to the one and a half metre rule. There are also several places where you can disinfect your hands. In addition, the organiser is handing out free mouth masks.

Safe trade fair

The trade fair organiser is convinced that it is possible to safely organise a trade fair in this way, which can be successful for all parties. In July, for example, our own research showed that (potential) visitors have a great need for face-to-face contact with fellow professionals.

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