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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ON SHOW FLOOR

When can I construct and decorate my booths? How to apply/collect my exhibitor badge? Who to ship my exhibiting item?
Perfect timing and planning is critical for a trade show. Find out the exhibitor planning timeline, logistical details and FAQ to help you stay on top of each details.

 

Timetable of Operations

Date Time Schedule

Set-up Days

   

Sunday, September 5, 2021

Monday, September 6, 2021

12:00-18:00

06:00-18:00

Exhibitors / contractors move-in

  • 9/6 17:00 Completion of all decorated booths
Tuesday, September 7, 2021 06:00-18:00

All exhibitors move in

  • 09:00, Electrical supply & compressed air supply to booths
    (subject to venue owner’s approval)
  • 12:00, Air conditioner supply to 1F&4F, vehicle are prohibited to enter exhibition hall
  • Before 14:00, all crates removal
  • Before 18:00, completion of all booth structures

Exhibitor Badge Collection

   

Sunday, September 5, 2021

Monday, September 6, 2021

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Friday, September 10, 2021

12:00-17:00

08:00-17:00

08:00-17:00

08:00-17:00

09:00-17:00

09:00-15:00

Exhibitor badge collection / registration
(Badges can ONLY be collected onsite at M entrance of 4th Floor.)

Exhibition Days

   

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Friday, September 10, 2021

10:00-17:00

10:00-17:00

10:00-16:00
Exhibitors with exhibitor badge can enter at following time: 9/8 08:00 ; 9/9 & 9/10 09:00

Tear-down Days

   
Friday, September 10, 2021 16:00-21:00
  • 16:00 Packing and turn off the power of equipment
  • 16:30 Electricity, water and air will be switched off
  • 16:30 Start to dismantle the decorated booths
  • 16:00-19:00
    Only portable item/exhibits can be removed from the exhibition Hall. vehicles can wait in the non-use area on 1F and 4F
  • 19:00-21:00
    Machine can be removed from the exhibition hall. Vehicles can wait in the non-use area on 1F and 4F.
Saturday, September 11, 2021 Before 16:00
  • 06:00, Exhibitors/contractors can enter to the exhibition hall
  • 07:00, Vehicles can enter the exhibition hall
  • Before 16:00, all exhibitors must leave the hall
  • Additional charges will apply for overtime; the rate is NT$80,000/hour (tax included)

 

 

Exhibitor Services Manual

The information contained in this  Exhibitor Services Manual will provide you with everything for a successful exhibition.

 

Pillar Decoration Guidelines

Please download more information for Pillar Decoration Guidelines.

 

Scam Alert

Beware of Scams

Fair Guide, Expo Guide, Construct Data, Commercial Online Manuals, Event Fair, AVRON and International Fairs Directory Scam Alert!

UFI, an international organization which represents the interests of the exhibition industry worldwide has been warning the exhibition industry to be vigilant against Fair Guide, Expo Guide, Construct Data, Commercial Online Manuals and other similar guides and organizations such as Event Fair, AVRON and the International Fairs Directory. By submitting their forms, exhibitors are contracted into a three-year, non-retractable agreement totaling nearly US$3,000. This is an on-going issue and is not related to the SEMICON Taiwan Event Directory.

 

Please note that these companies do not represent SEMI in any manner. If you receive a form from these companies, please BEWARE of these scams and IGNORE it. Information about SEMICON Taiwan will come from SEMI only.

SEMI hereby remind exhibitors that please review every contract or attachments carefully, before you submit any signed documents, please verify with your own legal representative to protect your rights and benefits.

 

For more information about UFI’s action against Fair Guide, Expo Guide, Construct Data, Commercial Online Manuals, Event Fair, AVRON and International Fairs Directory, please vsit (https://www.ufi.org/industry-resources/warning-construct-data/)

 

If you are a U.S. company that has been targeted by either organization, it is important to lodge a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission file a complaint online.

 

If you still receiving these scams, here are actions to take:

  1. Recommend receiver to review the email sender, review any URLs and determine it to be valid or not, then take action.
  2. To mark the email as Junk or Phishing
  3. Ask email system administrator to block domain.