Frequently asked questions
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1. Exhibition badges & access
Some foreign nationals will need a valid entry and short-stay visa to come to France.
To help you to obtain your visa, INTERMAT Paris may give you an official invitation letter to present to the French Consulate or Embassy of your country. You will be able soon to find this letter in the Exhibitor area or at the end of the visitor badge registration.
We strongly recommend you to register online as from November 2017 to avoid the queues at the entrance.
However you can ask for a badge directly on-site upon presentation of an invitation card, an e-badge or a business card, and a proof of your identity.
Note: INTERMAT Paris is strictly reserved for professionals of the construction sector
You could register online on the "Order your badge" page as from November 2017.
You will receive by mail your e-badge to show at the INTERMAT Paris entrance in order to get your badge, valid for the entire event.
Different prices apply depending on whether you order your badges in advance (online) or pay for them on the door. The badge prices can be found in our Visitors section.
We remind you that INTERMAT Paris is an exhibition reserved exclusively for professionals.
Children are therefore not allowed in.
2. Event practical information
The Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre is equipped to accommodate disabled visitors:
- Lifts and access ramps are at the entrance to every hall to enable disabled people to get around the show easily.
- Priority spots are reserved between halls 5a & 6 for taxis carrying people with disabilities.
The next edition of INTERMAT Paris, the international exhibition for construction and infrastructure will take place from 23 to 28 April 2018 in Paris.
INTERMAT Paris will be held at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Convention Center.
The event will open its doors from 23 to 28 April 2018, every day from 9.00am to 6.00pm.
You can travel to the event from Paris (as well as from the airports and train stations in the Paris area) by car, taxi and public transport.
Several car parks are available close to the Exhibition Centre (around 15,000 charged parking spaces). A free shuttle service will make the connection between the car parks and the halls.
Charged cloakrooms are set up at the exhibition entrances.