Previously planned 2019 KOMATEK event has not been able to organized due to unexpected pandemic and has been postponed it to 9-13 March 2022. It is almost four years, now, and the Construction Machinery sector in Turkey and the geographic hinterland are awaiting for the warm environment that KOMATEK events have been bringing to this business for 31 years.


As the construction season begins in March/April in the northern hemisphere, the users of construction machinery move in to the construction sites and get busy. This year KOMATEK (9-13 March 2022) will give the site operations staff to come and see the new machinery and technical developments slightly after the sites are open.


KOMATEK events have been eagerly followed and extensively attended for years and this years’ event will be the first international event of 2022 and the first European event after the pandemic. Organising the event in Antalya, the tourism capital of Turkey, will bring more international visitors to KOMATEK.


The official travel agency of the fair is Alabanda Tourism. Alabanda, as one of the leading travel and event management companies of Turkey, carries on its important mission since 1985 with its 82 experienced specialists at meeting and event management, ticketing, hotel booking, tour operations, transportation, and visa departments, all ‘integrated’ in one company.

The rooms of the hotels close to the fairground have been reserved, and agreements have been made with ​hotels to be offered in different categories, with special quotas and fees. In addition to private transfers, shuttle vehicles that will serve between the hotels and the exhibition center at certain times and points will also be available for your information.

As a KOMATEK2022 participant, you can contact Alabanda to make your accommodation, transportation, transfer reservations and more for your stand installation staff, booth attendants and company representatives, senior executives and invited guests.

Please fill in the form below and send it to us for your accommodation requests. We will get back to you as soon as possible with hotel alternatives. You can indicate your preferences and/or special circumstances in the “Notes” box.

Please fill in the form below and send it to us for your flight requests. We will get back to you as soon as possible with flight alternatives.
You can indicate your preferences and/or special circumstances in the “Notes” box.

Please fill in the form below and send it to us for your transfer requests. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
You can indicate your preferences and/or special circumstances in the “Notes” box.

The risks associated with international travel vary according to the characteristics of the passenger (age, gender, health status, etc.) and the nature of the journey (route, purpose, duration, etc.). Appropriate preventive measures and special precautions really reduce the risks of poor health outcomes. Medical professionals trained on this subject provide assistance and advice on many issues, but it is the traveler’s own responsibility to get information, understand the risks involved, and take the necessary precautions for the journey.

The General Health Rules You Should Follow During Your Travel are as follows;

Before going on holiday, remember that learning the conditions specific to the region you will go to and being informed about the health measures to be taken are of great importance for a healthy holiday.

Go through the following health checks:

  • Obtain a prescription for medication according to the length of stay and get advice from your doctor about creating a suitable health bag,
  • Have a dental check-up,
  • If you use glasses, get spare glasses,
  • Other checks subject to certain special conditions (eg pregnancy, diabetes).

Be sure to boil water that is unsafe to drink.

In areas where tap water is not properly chlorinated or where hygiene and sanitary conditions are poor, prefer beverages such as tea and coffee prepared with boiled water, canned or bottled, sealed and pasteurized soft drinks if possible. Do not drink tap water, natural spring water and iced drinks that you do not know with which water they are made. If you think you will have to drink, use filters or iodine tablets.

Do not put in drinks where water may be contaminated, considering that ice may also be contaminated.

Wash your hands frequently with soap and water.

The water on the outside of the beverage cans or bottles may be contaminated. Therefore, dry wet cans and bottles before opening them, and first wipe the surface that will come in direct contact with the mouth while drinking.

Do not brush your teeth with tap water where the water may be contaminated.

Do not eat foods that you are not sure of their freshness and boiling

All raw or undercooked food is at risk of becoming contaminated. Avoid eating these.

Avoid foods and beverages such as salads, uncooked vegetables, unpasteurized milk and dairy products, especially in areas with insufficient hygiene and sanitary conditions. Be sure to eat food that has been cooked and still served hot, or fruit that you have peeled yourself.

Remember that consumption of street food and beverages will greatly increase the risk of disease. Rule to remember: “Boil, cook, peel or forget about it. (Boil it, bake it, peel it or forget it.)”

Breast milk is the most reliable source of nutrition for babies. If the baby is weaned, feed the formula made with boiled water.

Pay attention to the expiration dates of all packaged foods.

Avoid sexual contact

In doubtful cases (to prevent contact with body fluids such as semen, vaginal discharges and blood) use a condom (hood, condom)

If you apply to a healthcare institution for any reason, make sure that the needles used for you are disposable (disposable) and that the instruments are sterile.

Take necessary precautions against pests. It will be beneficial to use mosquito repellent sprays and to sleep with a mosquito net at night.

Do not swim in pools and sea waters of which you are not sure of its cleanliness, as swimming in or coming into contact with waters of dubious cleanliness may cause various diseases.

Avoid contact with animals, especially cats, dogs, monkeys, and seek medical advice immediately if you are bitten or injured.

Avoid swimming in fresh water. Salt water is always safer

Keep your feet clean and dry to avoid fungal and parasitic infections

Be alert to accidents related to the following situations:

  • Traffic (get a card showing your blood type before you go),
  • Animals (watch out for snakes and rabid dogs),
  • Allergies (wear a health alert wristband),
  • Sunshine (bring sunglasses and sun lotion)

Enroll in a comprehensive overseas health insurance (e.g. repatriation due to accident, illness, health condition)


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