An order for show services sent
Materials shipped via airplane.
Movable barriers that partition large areas. may be sound resistant, but not necessarily soundproof.
Signs, usually suspended, indicating aisle numbers or letters.
Equipment, materials and teaching aids used in sound and visual. (also a/v)
Truck, which loads from back opening door.
Panel arrangement at rear of booth area. забой;
|bill of lading (b/l)|
Document of form listing goods to be shipped.
Vacuum formed transparent plastic cover.
Number designated to identify each exhibitor’s space.
- Equipment capable of lifting a
- A machine for lifting men or materials on a platform at the end of an extendable boom; usually mounted on a carrier with wheels to provide mobility.
Type of cloth used for backdrops. шеврон;
The charge placed on beer, liquor, and wine brought into the facility but purchased elsewhere. the charge sometimes includes glassware, ice and mixers.
- Rod used in draping or as a support brace.
- In a grating, one of the connecting bars which extend across bearing bars, usually perpendicular to them; where they intersect the bearing...
Dressing up exhibition with carpet, draping, plants, etc.
Union that is responsible for hanging all signs except electrical signs, drape and cloth installation, and tacked fabric panels.
Accounts receivable mailed to individuals or firms with established credit.
Take down and removal of exhibits.
Company, which fabricates display.
Double electrical outlet. duplex receptacle.;
Company contracted by show management to provide electrical services to the exhibitors.
Reusable packing container in which exhibit materials were shipped. when properly marked with “empty” sticker indicating booth number and company name, they are removed, stored and returned at no ...
Contractor appointed by show or building management as the sole agent to provide services. (also official)
Individual display area constructed to exhibit products or convey a message.
Program book for attendees listing exhibitors and exhibit booth location. (also show guide)
Person in charge of individual exhibit booth.
Door, clear of obstructions, designated by local authorities to egress. fire escape. fire-exit bolt;
Person retained by show management to supervise exhibit area and assist exhibitors.
Method of marking booth space.
- Lightweight material with a styrofoam center used for signs, decorating, and exhibit construction.
- The rigid foam material that is used in sandwich panel construction. fly rafter
Aisle to remain clear for incoming freight.
|full booth coverage|
Carpet covering entire area of booth.
Frame, which holds apparel.
Booth constructed with plywood or similar material as opposed to a booth formed by drapery only.
Room or suite of rooms used to entertain guests.
Booth identification sign.
Lighting available in hall, built into exhibit, or available on a rental basis.
Material that is permanently flame resistant without chemical treatment.
An exhibit space with aisles on all four sides.
One who is in charge of specific projects.
Freestanding pavilion or light structure.
Method of securing union employees.
Enclosure with lighting and translucent face of plastic or glass. caja de luz para película;
Area on premises where goods are received. loading platform, 1.;
Exhibit constructed with interchangeable components.
|net square feet|
The amount of space occupied by exhibits in a facility, not including aisles, columns, registration area, etc.