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Double Decker Exhibition Stands
Double Decker, Large Scale Modular Exhibition Display Stands & Interior Structures
Modular, Double Decker exhibition stands are multi-storey, interior and exhibition semi-permanent installations, commonly seen in exhibition halls, retail venues and industrial complexes all over the world. This type of build is impressive, dwarfing single storey tradeshow structures and can be made visually stunning with the inclusion of large format banner style graphics, glass and solid or fabric panels.
Duo GB Ltd use the Aluminium profiles from Leitner's L12 system, or Cubic (combined with Molto 90) from Syma Systems to create robust, eyecatching, reusable multi-floor structures. As these stands are comprised of modular Aluminium sections, they are 100% recyclable and can be easily reconfigured to suit different stand sizes and venues, giving them a distinct advantage over conventionally built double deck constructions and exhibition stands, which are usually discarded after a single event.
The main benefit of having an upper floor level to your exhibition stand is for the exhibitor to hold private meetings and product demonstrations away from the more hectic lower level where privacy can be limited. The upper tier can be divided up into private meeting rooms, vip lounges, reception rooms or as a hospitality area.
As with all projects handled by Duo GB Ltd, all aspects of stand design through to construction and installation are handled by experienced professionals, taking care of health and safety regulations, planning, structural calculations and logistics, before the stand is signed off.
........The Syma system can also be used to create a triple decker stand.
Watch this short film to see how a SYMA double floor goes together.
For further information on Double Decker Stands & Modular Displays, Please Contact Us or Telephone 01604 230445
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