Heat Exchanger World and our suppliers and venue partner MECC Maastricht, together have vast experience in organizing events under highly varying circumstances. Your health, security, and well-being are always our highest priority.
During The Heat Exchanger World Conference & Exhibition 2021, full compliance with covid-19 regulations will be assured; we will adhere to all official government and local authority guidance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations to guarantee your well-being and to ensure your participation is in a safe and secure environment.
All participants of The Heat Exchanger World Conference & Expo 2021 in attendance at MECC Maastricht [suppliers, visitors, exhibitors, conference delegates, speakers, sponsors, press and staff] must follow all posted instructions in order to attend The Heat Exchanger World Conference & Exhibition 2021, namely:
Vaccinations & Testing
A covid test facility will be available in the vicinity of MECC Maastricht to facilitate both PCR and Rapid Testing.
* A negative Rapid Test result provides proof of entry to the Heat Exchanger World Conference & Exhibition.
A PCR Test can be conveniently made and used if requested for return travel documentation.
As of September 22nd September, 2021 vaccinated travelers no longer have to self-quarantine on arrival in the Netherlands.
Within the venue, MECC is committed to providing everyone a safe environment that aligns with expert protocols to combat COVID-19. These have been developed by in-house and outside experts in food and water safety, hygiene and infection prevention, logistics and operations. MECC will continue to monitor the situation to ensure that the most up to date standards are met to ensure the health and safety of all within the venue.
On-Site Safety Measures
Food & Beverage Service
Should you have any comments or questions please do not hesitate to contact me :
Mr Jan Dieperink
For up to date information relating to covid-19 in The Netherlands please see the website of the RIVM (Governmental Institute for health and environment)
For up to date information for foreign travellers see the website of the Dutch Government