Shell Scheme Stand Regulations & Information

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SHELL SCHEME STAND REGULATIONS & INFORMATION

A Shell Scheme stand is one that the Organiser’s contractor, SUNYAU EXPO, will build on your behalf.  Shell Scheme stands will be ready for interior decoration and delivery of products at 8.00am on Tuesday 21 June. They include:

  • Walls – number will depend on whether the stand is one, two or three sides open. This information can be found on your contract.If you would like to double check this, please contact Ms Kayleigh Williams.
  • Flooring – carpet will be laid direct to the hall floor. The colour differs dependent on which show you are exhibiting at:
    • SFFA stands include a charcoal grey carpet
    • SCTA stands include a charcoal grey carpet
    • RPBA stands include a light brown carpet
    • MPA stands include a charcoal grey carpet

If you would like to change the colour of your flooring, there will be an additional cost for this. If you would like to provide your own floorcovering, please contact Ms Kayleigh Williams. No refund will be given if you decide to supply your own floorcovering.

  • Fascia and company nameboard. Your company name will be displayed as that detailed on your contract. The colour of the fascia differs dependent on which show you are exhibiting at:
    • SFFA Premium stands will have an orange fascia. The nameboard is white with black lettering.
    • SFFA Start-Up Village stands will have an orange and white scalloped fascia. The nameboard is white with black lettering.
    • SCTA Premium stands will have a light orange fascia. The nameboard is white with black lettering.
    • SCTA Start-Up Village stands will have a light orange and white scalloped fascia. The nameboard is white with black lettering.
    • RPBA Premium stands will have a gold fascia. The nameboard is a lighter gold with black lettering.
    • RPBA Start-Up Village stands will have a gold and black scalloped fascia. The nameboard is a lighter gold with black lettering.
    • MPA Premium stands will have a brown fascia. The nameboard is white with black lettering.
    • MPA Start-Up Village stands will have a brown and white scalloped fascia. The nameboard is white with black lettering.

Dependent on the size of your stand, may also include:

  • Lighting
  • Electrical Socket
  • Furniture Package

To check if your stand type/ package includes the above extras please check your contract and read your stand type’s full specification. If you are unsure of your stand type, please contact Ms Kayleigh Williams for clarification.

Additional items such as electrics, shelves, storage areas or worktops can be ordered from SUNYAU EXPO.

SUNYAU EXPO
T: +65 6266 6728
E: SFFA2022@sunyauexpo.com.sg

Food2Go stands are located in the Singapore Pavilion, please contact Ms Kayleigh Williams for more information on the pavilion design and what is included.

 

FULL SPECIFICATIONS

Below you will find links to the full specification for the Shell Scheme stands at SFFA, RPBA, SCTA and MPA 2022. Please ensure you download and follow the correct Specification for the stand you have booked.

You can find your stand type on your contract. If you have any questions regarding your specification, please contact Ms Kayleigh Williams, who will be able to help.

 

Please click here for the SPECIALITY FINE FOOD ASIA (SFFA) Premium Shell Scheme Specification

SFFA Premium

Please click here for the SPECIALITY FINE FOOD ASIA (SFFA) Start-Up Village Shell Scheme Specification

SFFA Startup

Please click here for the SPECIALITY COFFEE & TEA ASIA (SPTA) Premium Shell Scheme Specification

SPTA Premium

Please click here for the SPECIALITY COFFEE & TEA ASIA (SCTA) Start-Up Village Shell Scheme Specification

SCTA Startup

Please click here for the RESTAURANT, PUB & BAR ASIA (RPB) Premium Shell Scheme Specification

RPB Premium

Please click here for the RESTAURANT, PUB & BAR ASIA (RPB) Start-Up Village Shell Scheme Specification

RPB Startup

Please click here for the MEAT & POULTRY ASIA (MPA) Premium Shell Scheme Specification

MPA Premium

Please click here for the MEAT & POULTRY ASIA (MPA) Start-Up Village Shell Scheme Specification

MPA Startup

 

ELECTRICAL REGULATIONS & INFORMATION

The electrical contractor is SUNYAU EXPO who is responsible for and will carry out all electrical work on stands within the exhibition halls.
 

Lighting and Electrical Socket Packages
Check the full specification for your stand type to see what (if any) electrical packages you have included.

If you require any/additional lights or sockets, please place your orders through SUNYA EXPO.  Orders must be made by Tuesday 10 May. Please click here for the Electrical Order Form.
 

Basic guidelines For Socket Sizes and Usage
Listed below are examples of "typical" loadings for items plugged in to socket outlets:

500 watt sockets:        computers, TV’s, video’s, spotlights to 500W, refrigerators
1000 watt sockets:      domestic filter coffee machines, lighting up to 1000W
2000 watt sockets:      kettles**, machinery up to 2000W
3000 watt sockets:      hired coffee machines, machinery 2000W to 3000W

Note ** kettles and refrigeration / freezer requirements vary between 200 and 2000 watts.  Please check with the supplier or check the reference tag or plate on the machine.

If you have any questions about the exact electrical requirements for your stand, please contact the electrical contractor using the details above who will be happy to advise you. 
 

Deadline Date
Orders for extra items must be received by Tuesday 10 May for early bird prices.  Orders received after the deadline will be subject to the standard prices, which is a 30% increase on the early bird price.

NB: Exhibitors who contract into the show after Tuesday 10 May will receive the early bird prices if orders are made prior to arriving onsite.


Enquiry Desk
During the build-up period, an enquiry desk will be located near the Organisers Office to assist exhibitors with any electrical queries or problems. The desk will be manned from 0800-1800 hours daily.


Supply Timetable
Electricity will be energised to stands as quickly as possible during the build-up period, subject to satisfactory inspection and testing of installations. 

Power will be turned off 15 minutes after the show closes each night, unless you book 24-hour power. All power (including 24-hour power) will be turned off 15 minutes after the show closes, which will be 1715hrs on Friday 24 June.

Any exhibitor needing electricity for the running down of machinery or refrigeration equipment etc. when the exhibition closes at 1700hrs on Friday 24 June, must inform the Organiser’s Office of their requirements no later than 1600hrs the day before (Thursday 23 June), for this to be arranged in time.

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