Located at the heart of Europe, and right next to Geneva International Airport, Palexpo welcomes you 365 days a year.
Exhibitions, conferences, shows and competitions succeed throughout the year in the 106,000 m2 of most international convention centers and exhibition in Switzerland.
Airport, train station, motorway, public transport - Palexpo is ideally-located at the hub of an international transport network.
Ferrari Group specializes in the worldwide shipping of jewellery and luxury goods, providing one-stop solutions for the logistics management of high-value merchandise.
Established in 1959 as a customs broker and forwarding company in Italy, Ferrari Group is today a global network with 80 offices in 50 countries, delivering impeccable tailor-made services worldwide, based on responsiveness, discretion, and utmost security.
Anglo Belge Special Risks is a specialized broker providing tailor-made insurance and risk management solutions in the diamond, jewellery and fine art industry.
With over fifty years of experience, anglo belge special risks can count on the strongest european insurance markets (including Lloyd’s of London). Valuing long term relationship, they service their worldwide based clients via their offices in antwerp, geneva and dubai.
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is the airline of Switzerland, serving over 100 destinations in 43 countries from Zurich and Geneva and carrying more than 17 million passengers a year with its 90-aircraft fleet.
The company’s Swiss WorldCargo division provides a comprehensive range of airport-to-airport airfreight services for high-value and care-intensive logistic solutions to around 130 destinations in over 80 countries.
As the airline of Switzerland, SWISS embodies the country’s traditional values, and is committed to delivering the highest product and service quality. With its workforce of over 9000 personnel, SWISS generated total operating income of roughly CHF 5 billion in 2016.
SWISS is part of the Lufthansa Group, and is also a member of Star Alliance, the world’s biggest airline grouping.
The Swiss Gemmological Institute, part of the Swiss Foundation for the Research of Gemstones (SSEF: Schweizerische Stiftung für Edelstein-Forschung) was founded by trade organisations (UBOS: Union de la Bijouterie et Orfèvrerie Suisse) in 1974 and works independently on a scientific basis.
The function of the SSEF laboratory is to analyse precious stones and issue test reports for diamonds, coloured stones and pearls. It was recognised in 1978 by the World Jewellery Confederation – CIBJO. It is also a member of the International Colored Stone Association – ICA and the Laboratory Manual Harmonisation Committee (LMHC).