As there’s currently no direct flight between any Swedish city and Stuttgart, AMB organizers and the Swedish Industry Association (SVMF) will charter a flight from Jönköping to Stuttgart for AMB 2022 in September!
The target is to link the industrial regions of southern Sweden and southern Germany and to offer a one-day-visit opportunity for Swedish manufacturers at this year’s leading European metalworking show: AMB in Stuttgart.
Walking time to AMB from the Stuttgart Airport: Just 3 minutes!
€550.00 +VAT p.p. incl. AMB entrance
Manufacturing is a motor for Sweden with many big global export companies, many innovative, suppliers and a lot of innovators. More than 800,000 jobs are also dependent on manufacturing, as well as 20% of the country’s GDP. The Region Jönköping in particular is like Stuttgart – it’s in the middle of the heart of industries, where a lot of small and medium companies are located. The area is characterized for entrepreneurship and ability to create collaboration and innovation. More than 2.8 million people live within 1.5 hours of Jönköping – that’s 30 % of the population. And 85% are within just 3.5 hours if the city.
Your Advantages with a Direct Flight
- Time-efficient daytrip to this year’s leading European metalworking event
- Budget-friendly, as there are no additional costs (e.g. hotel in Stuttgart)
- High COVID-19 safety due to a minimum check-in and waiting time at the airports
- Perfect opportunity to meet suppliers and partners, and still be back for a (late) family dinner
Walking time to AMB: Just 3 minutes!
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AMB Flight Sponsorship Opportunities
For companies that are interested in sponsoring the flight, you will receive on-board AND on-site visibility, plus become a part of the AMB press work for Sweden. Let us know if you are interested in one of the fittingly named sponsorship offers, such as the “I’m your purser” Package, the “Salami or Cheese” Package, or the “Headrest in peace” Package! Your contact for Sponsorship is Gunnar Mey