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Interzoo to stay in Nuremberg until at least 2036

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Delighted that Interzoo will be remaining in Nuremberg for the foreseeable future: (from left) Peter Ottmann and Dr Roland Fleck (both CEOs, NürnbergMesse Group), Herbert Bollhöfer (WZF managing director) and Hans-Jochen Büngener (chairman of Interzoo fair committee). Photo: ZZF/NM/Bischof & Broel

The Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft Zoologischer Fachbetriebe (WZF), organiser of Interzoo, and Nürnberg Messe are extending their cooperation until at least 2036.

The management of the WZF and Nürnberg Messe agree that this maps out the way forward for Interzoo as the world-leading trade show of the pet supplies sector. For Herbert Bollhöfer, managing director of WZF GmbH, conclusion of the contract sends an important signal: "For years Interzoo has been the largest and most important trade show in the pet supplies sector by far. It is developing splendidly in Nuremberg and we are hereby continuing down this successful road for the foreseeable future."

"For our exhibitors and trade visitors, this agreement signifies above all continuity and planning security in the long term," adds Hans-Jochen Büngener, chairman of the Interzoo fair committee.




|10 May 2017

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