Wednesday 10 May at 09.00 am – 17.00
Thursday 11 May at 09.00 am – 16.oo
215 32 Malmö
Hyllie station has an exceptional accessibility throughout the Öresund region. With the City Tunnel, Copenhagen Airport it takes only 12-minute via train. To Triangeln the train takes 3 minutes and to Malmö Central the travel time is 6 minutes. With frequent departures, around the clock, both Pågatåg and Öresundståg stop at Hyllie Station, which has entrances directly to Stationstorg which is approximately 300 meters from Malmö Fair.
Local bus lines 6, 8 and 33 go straight to Hyllie. Line 6 also has a stop “Hyllie water park” at Malmö Fair. The yellow regional buses stop at Hyllie Stationstorg, including line 346 from Trelleborg and line 170 from Lund.
If you fly to Copenhagen, you can easily take the Öresund trains directly from Copenhagen Airport and you will reach to Malmö Hyllie station in just 11 minutes, and it is also the first stop in Sweden from Copenhagen.
You can also take taxi or car from Malmö Airport Sturup which take 30 minutes to reach Malmömässan. Even you can take airport buses, they go into the city center where you can take the bus or the city tunnel on to Malmö Fair.
Malmömässan is located by Inre Ringvägen in Hyllie. In the area, there are over 3000 parking spaces and also charging stations for electric cars. More information about parking can be found on PMalmö’s website www.pmalmo.se
Guarded wardrobe i available on-site
Malmö Fair is located by Inre Ringvägen in Hyllie. In the area, there are over 3000 parking spaces and also charging stations for electric cars. More information about parking can be found on PMalmö’s website www.pmalmo.se
Pets are not allowed to enter Malmömässan. However, this does not apply to guide dogs.
At Malmömässan, there are two restaurants, Restaurant Cloud and Restaurant Forest, there is a direct connection with the restaurants from the conference department and exhibition hall.
No, entrance to the fair is totally free of charge for the Plastic industry. The seminars held at the fair in the exhibition hall are also free of charge but note that some educations and in-depth seminars require pre-registration and may cost you.
It means that all visitors will receive a Smart-Badge as a name tag. It is equipped with a chip that allows visitors and exhibitors to exchange information by the visitor by scanning the readers which are placed in the exhibitors’ stands. After the fair, you as a visitor will receive an email with a summary of your visit. Easy, simple, digital!
When the time of the fair begins to approach, all the seminar programs will be published on the website.
No, you do not have to register for seminars. However, pre-registration for certain educations and in-depth seminars may be required. All open seminars are free of charge.