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Messe Frankfurt Korea

Messe Frankfurt Korea Ltd is a subsidiary of Messe Frankfurt GmbH which is located in Seoul, Korea. Established in 2001, the office is recruiting and supporting Korean exhibitors and visitors to attend trade fairs organised by Messe Frankfurt. With 11 employees, the office is composed of textile fair team,  consumer goods fair team, technical fair team, and incoming fair & new business development team.

In June 2012, the company moved its office to the Digital Media City (DMC) complex in Seoul to accommodate the company’s business growth.

The firm works closely with local trade associations and government organisations, including the Korean Trade-Investment and Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and the Association of Korean Exhibition Industries.  Each year, the Korean subsidiary brings hundreds of exhibitors and visitors to Messe Frankfurt’s shows worldwide.

Currently, the company organises one biennial fair domestically, RailLog Korea – Korea Railways & Logistics Fair.  Located within the port city of Busan, this is one of the world’s leading industrial exhibitions for railway technology, infrastructure and logistics.

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RailLog Korea – Korea’s leading international trade fair for railway technology, infrastructure and logistics

Biennially held since 2003, RailLog Korea is positioning itself as the latest and globally competitive venue for railway technology, interior fittings, infrastructure and logistics. RailLog Korea is now ranked the world’s fourth largest railway show with 15,000sqm of space.

RailLog Korea presents great growth potential, thanks to the geographical benefits of Busan, as the very starting point and final destination of the Trans-Asian Railway (TAR) network. Busan, a hub city where all logistics functions including railroad, port, air and highway are integrated, is now stepping forward as the genuine hub for the railways and logistics in Northeast Asia.