Mai 11, 2022 RETTmobil INTERNATIONAL | Internationale Leitmesse für Rettung und Mobilität | Fulda

We are delighted to invite you to join Nihon Kohden, Partner in RETTmobil INTERNATIONAL - International Leading Exhibition for Rescue and Mobility, in Fulda, Messe Galerie, Wolf-Hirth-Straße, Wednesday 11 – Friday 14 Mai, 9 am – 5 pm.

The RETTmobil exhibition is the international leading exhibition for rescue and mobility. The exhibition had its origin in 2001 with 63 exhibitors and 3,500 professional visitors. Due to the impressive development of the last years, the 19th RETTmobil exhibition counted more than 500 exhibitors and 30,000 domestic and foreign professional visitors. In 2020 and 2021, unfortunately, the RETTmobil exhibition had to be cancelled due to the Corona Pandemic.

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Development of the RETTmobil 2001 – 2019

The success of the RETTmobil exhibition rests on three pillars – EXHIBITION, TRAINING including emergency rescue-medical training courses and workshops as well as symposia and MOBILITY up to the possibility to experience vehicles, rescue technology, rescue equipment as well as protective and hygienic clothing. Therefore, the RETTmobil exhibition is a must for all rescue users and purchasers.

The exhibition location Fulda and the state of Hesse offer ideal frame conditions for all domestic and foreign exhibitors and professional visitors due to the central location in Germany as well as the excellent and cost-efficient infrastructure. These are the main reasons why the Community of Interest of Manufacturers of Ambulances and Emergency Vehicles (IKR e.V.), the city of Fulda and the Messe RETTmobil International GmbH decided to continue hosting the RETTmobil exhibition in Fulda from 2021 to 2030. The flexible exhibition halls, which reflect the character of the RETTmobil exhibition and can be adapted individually to the needs of the exhibitors, played also a decisive role for the exhibition location Fulda.

Starting from 2022, the focus will increasingly be on the international expansion of the exhibition to arouse the interest of professional visitors from European and non-European countries. Thematically, the exhibition will face the challenges of this day and age, for example, the handling of pandemics. These and other challenges will assign the national and international rescue with his rescue workers and assistants new tasks.