WHY VISIT?

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Labelexpo Europe is the world’s largest event for the label and package printing industry – with more products, more launches and more live demonstrations!

WHAT YOU WILL SEE

WHAT YOU WILL ACHIEVE

Source new technology to:
  • Keep ahead of your competitors
  • Drive costs down and improve efficiency
  • Offer value-added services
  • Attract new clients
  • Enter new high-value niche markets
  • Improve supply chain management
  • Optimize workflow and reduce press downtime
  • Operate in an environmentally sustainable way

OPENING TIMES

OPENING TIMES

  • Monday, 25 September, 9:30 – 17:30
  • Tuesday, 26 September, 9:30 – 17:30
  • Wednesday, 27 September, 9:30 – 17:30
  • Thursday, 28 September, 9:30 – 16:00

Location

GETTING TO THE SHOW

Brussels Expo is just a few minutes’ walk from Heysel/Heizel metro station. There is a direct line between Heysel/Heizel and Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid station, with a journey time of 15 minutes.

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From Brussels South Station (Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid) you can take metro line 6 in the direction of Roi Baudouin/Koning Boudewijn. This will take you straight to Brussels Expo (a journey of about 15 minutes).

METRO CODES

The City of Brussels is kindly providing free transport for visitors and exhibitors on the metro, tram and bus system during the open days of the show. You can find your unique metro code along with instructions on your badge letter. If you registered after 18 August or if you don’t have your badge you can also collect your free event pass from the Visit Brussels desk in the front of Hall 3 or from Heysel/Heizel station (both from Sunday, 24 September).

Brussels is easily reached by Eurostar from London or by Thalys from Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne. Trains stop at Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid station – an easy link to the metro.

From Brussels South Station (Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid):

From here you can take metro line 6 in the direction of Roi Baudouin/Koning Boudewijn. This will take you straight to Heysel/Heizel (a journey of about 15 minutes), which is the metro station at Brussels Expo.

From Brussels Central Station:

If you are arriving at Brussels Central Station, you can take take metro line 5 in the direction of Erasme/Erasmus. At Beekkant, change to line 6 in the direction of Roi Baudouin/Koning Boudewijn. This will take you straight to Heysel/Heizel metro station at Brussels Expo. The total journey will be about 20 minutes.

Brussels Expo is a 20 minute drive from Brussels Airport (Zaventem). Free shuttle buses are available during show days. Take advantage of the flight discounts offered through our airline partner Star Alliance.

On the four open days of the show, there will be free shuttle buses between the airport and the show from 8:00 to 18:00. The buses will travel in a continuous circle. You can also reach Brussels Expo by taxi.

To travel to the city center, you can use the train, which runs four times an hour (from 6:00 to midnight). It takes approximately 17 minutes to reach the city center.

Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is pleased to be your Preferred Carrier for Labelexpo Europe 2017 and extends 10% discount on available return economy & business fares from Europe, Russia, Israel & Africa.

Brussels Expo is situated near the Brussels Ring (R0) and is easy to reach by car. Take exit 7A from the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs. Parking is available for 10,000 cars in car park C.

Map and directions

Directions

From Ghent (E40) or Mons / Charleroi (E19)
Follow the Ring R0, bound for Zaventem – Namur.
Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the”Expo” signs.

From Antwerp (E19), Namur (E411) or Liège (E40)
Take the Ring R0, bound for Ghent-Ostend (E40).
Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs.

From Antwerp – Boom (A12)
Follow the Ring R0, bound for Zaventem – Namur.
Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs.

Parking

The main car park is C, which has 10,000 parking spaces. Other car parks may be closed during the show