We provide a complete project management service that takes care of every aspect of the process from start to finish. We’ll save you from having to deal with numerous contractors and tradespeople, and we’ll be across every single task that needs to be executed. That means a streamlined, stress-free set-up based on years of experience and know-how, which will allow you to focus on what matters most – growing your business.
Chairs, tables, brochure holders, shelves and more, we can assist with the assembly, setup and cleaning to enhance your stand and provide a professional exhibition experience. Need to hire furniture, we can connect you with our partners.
With our hire partners we help your exhibit succeed from the ground up. From carpet laying for a small stand, right up to multi-coloured carpet lays of over 30,000 sqm, we’ve got you covered. Literally.
We can take care of any size and type of display. Our team has years of experience to assist you from start to finish – and each installation maintains the excellent standards that InstallEx is known for. Need help with design and or production, we can connect you with our partners.
Maybe you’re looking for a white raised floor to make your exhibit pop; maybe you need a timber look floor to showcase a vehicle, or maybe you need a low budget solution that can still give your stand an edge over your competitors. Whatever the need, we can help. InstallEx are experts at installing all flooring systems, and if you need to hire flooring, we can connect you with a hire partner.
Whether local or international InstallEx can manage your exhibit. We will receive your freight, unpack, setup and clean your stand from top to bottom. All you’ll need to do is show up on the day and focus on your customers.
For nearly two decades, InstallEx has built with Octanorm, Corinthian and many other exhibition systems nationally. Whether your need is a single stand or an entire exhibition, we are your expert installation solution.
We provide safe storage and reliable freight from one expo to the next, making the usually inconvenient and expensive transporting of your exhibit a piece of cake.