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September 7, 2009

De Boer builds big for Dubai Airshow

De Boer, an international supplier of temporary structures for large events, has been drafted in to build additional exhibition space at this year’s Dubai Airshow to cope with unprecedented demand at the event. 

The company is constructing a 7,000-square-metre structure at Dubai Airport Expo for the airshow, which runs from November 15-19.

The huge construction, known as the Delta structure, will be used to showcase entire aircraft, and will be nine metres tall, enclosing a total area of more than 60,000 cubic metres. Installation began in August and work should be completed in September to allow Dubai Airshow time to fit out the space.

Stefan Bartosch, managing director of De Boer International, said: “We are very proud to be selected as the supplier of temporary exhibition space for such a prestigious event. All our structures comply with strict European health and safety standards, and De Boer is very well known of its high standard of quality products in the Middle East.”

De Boer has extensive experience of international airshows, having provided temporary exhibition space for Farnborough International Airshow in the UK and Le Bourget in France.




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