First expo in onboard services due in 2012

World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo to happen in Hamburg

The very first worldwide trade exhibition dedicated to onboard services and catering has just been announced. Scheduled to take place on 27-29 March 2012, the World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo will be staged in Hamburg. Organisers say that 145 exhibitors, mostly airline, rail and cruise onboard services providers, have already signed up for the show. These include LSG Sky Chefs, Gate Gourmet and Servair.
The new expo will be co-locating with the already established Aircraft Interiors Expo, which regularly hosts senior buyers from over 200 airlines.
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[photo courtesy LSG Sky Chefs]

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