Dismantling of Art Exhibition of Tang

Dismantling plan
A detailed dismantling plan will be drawn up before the exhibition closes. The dismantling plan shall indicate the time schedule for completing various tasks, including the time for packing and shipping boxes to enter the hall, the time for workers to disassemble the booth, the time for repacking and packing exhibits, and the time for exhibiting items to leave the hall.
If you have done careful planning in advance, the dismantling work will be easy, and the relevant personnel can go home as soon as possible.

Dismantling matters
  1. fully prepare
 There must be specific arrangements for the dismantling work in advance, including work steps, responsible personnel, etc. Even if the design is properly done in advance, there may be varying degrees of changes at the dismantling site, which must be adjusted in time according to the actual situation. Booth personnel can do some necessary preparations for the dismantling in their free time later in the exhibition, such as what to dismantle first, what to dismantle, which items to return, which items to be disposed of locally, preparation of dismantling packaging and cushions, and waste The handling of exhibits, the receipt of exhibits, the liaison with the outsourcing unit for transportation, the rental of carts, packers and other tools, some people even observe the route and exit of large exhibits out of the exhibition hall in advance, and take everything into consideration to ensure the move-out Went smoothly.

 2. Dismantling on time
 The organizer of the exhibition has strict regulations on the closing time of the exhibition. Exhibitors should order it and do not dismantle the exhibition early. If the packing box is taken into the hall in advance, it should not be placed in the aisle. Before the audience is cleared, arrangements can be made to return the rental equipment, refund the deposit and other procedures, but it is not advisable to remove the exhibits to avoid adverse effects or even punishment. Some exhibitors, either in order to save costs, or because of their ambitions, set the return ticket on the last day of the exhibition, so they packed up early before the end of the exhibition and prepared to go home. This kind of "victory escape" type of withdrawal The exhibition not only delays the visit of the audience, but also prone to safety accidents.

3. Orderly dismantling
 The disorderly move-out at the exhibition site will not only greatly reduce the efficiency of move-out work, but also the phenomenon that exhibits are lost or damaged and other documents and objects cannot be found. In order to avoid similar situations, the person in charge of the booth shall clearly explain the operating procedures and the division of labor before the move-out. The removed display racks and exhibits must be sorted and placed neatly, packed in boxes according to different situations, and made all necessary signs immediately. At the dismantling site, it is also necessary to keep in touch with foreign collaborating units, let them enter the venue according to actual needs, and complete the handover of various items in an orderly manner.

Exhibits Handling Instructions
Exhibits removed after the show need to be repacked and repacked. Small and light exhibits are usually removed and repackaged by the booth staff; large and heavy exhibits need to be disassembled and repackaged by professional workers, packaging materials and outer boxes It must be arranged in advance and transported from the warehouse to the exhibition site. Check the number of exhibits before they are removed from the display racks and showcases and repacked. When packing the exhibits, they should be prevented from wearing their crowns and wear, and components, accessories and instructions should not be omitted. The packing must be made before packing, and the exhibits should not be destroyed randomly. Throw it on the scene.

Dismantling is the most chaotic moment of the exhibition. Pay attention to the protection of the exhibits. The valuable exhibits can be removed by the booth salesman or packed in advance. Someone will list one according to the value of the exhibits before dismantling. Packing sequence table, before other dismantling personnel enter the booth, complete the “hard walls and clear the wild” of the valuable exhibits; some exhibitors close the booth with fabric after closing the exhibition, and post a notice outside: “This booth is closed. See you at the next exhibition" to ensure safe and smooth move-out.