Register now and don’t miss the car wash event of the year

Interested in the latest developments and solutions from the car wash world? Register now for the Car Wash Show Europe 2019, the event takes place in the Kromhouthal in Amsterdam on the 18th and 19th of September. Tickets are going fast so make sure to register now so you don’t miss out. 

Over sixty international companies are exhibiting at the Car Wash Show. The special Car Wash Tours (which are held a day ahead of the event) are very popular; these have already sold out.

Be sure to register now if you want to visit the educational sessions. Internationally renowned speakers and trade associations will talk about motivating staff, the latest trends in the sector and the rise of digitalisation and connected cars – to just name a few subjects. You can also take a virtual tour of various car washes. The workshops are popular as well, so make sure to register before all spots are taken. 

Car Wash Awards

For an impression of what you can find at the show, please check out the homepage of the Car Wash Show Europe. Here you’ll find exhibitors news; some stories provide a preview of the products you’ll find at the show, others are on how businesses operate. The exhibitors are as divers as the visitors of this event. The Kromhouthal will welcome trade organisations, detailing companies, chemical suppliers, manufacturers of wash installations, suppliers of payment systems and marketing agencies, to just name a few.

There is so much to discover during the show. On the 18th of September the Car Wash Awards will take place. These awards will be presented in Restaurant Stork during a walking dinner, a restaurant right next to the Kromhouthal. This award is all about the entrepreneurs who have made their mark and lifted the sector to a higher level in the past couple of years. You can still register for the diner and the award ceremony. This is the perfect occasion for networking and meeting international colleagues. 

International visitors

The organisation of the Car Wash Show Europe welcomes visitors from Europe, but also from the USA, China, Ghana, Peru, Norway and Iceland. Half of all visitors is from outside of the Netherlands. It looking to be an international show bringing together and connecting car wash professionals from all over the world. This is all done in an accessible and fun way. Networking and meeting colleagues is what it is all about. And what better place to do so than in Amsterdam?

The Dutch capital city offers a lot of entertainment. The city has a vibrant nightlife filled with pubs, international restaurants and cultural highlights. After your visit to the show you can go out and take a tour of the canals and visit this amazing city.


Visiting the Car Wash Show Europe 2019 isn’t just work, it’s an experience. Make sure you’re there and stay informed of the latest developments from the sector. Come and meet the team at booth 1613. The editors will also be reporting live from the show. We look forward to meeting you at 17, 18 and 19 September. Please register here


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