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Deliveries and collections to/from the RCOG

This page provides information for event exhibitors and sponsors about how to deliver and collect items to/from the RCOG before and after an event.

Deliveries

Unloading/loading of deliveries/collections will only be permitted at the rear College entrance: 100 Park Road, London NW1 4SH.

Items can be delivered 1–2 days before the event.

Please label all deliveries clearly with:

  • Name of event
  • Your company name
  • For Exhibition or Workshop
  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 100 Park Road, London NW1 4SH

Porter service

Porters are available to assist with the moving of heavy items.

Access for large, heavy or unusally shaped items

For queries regarding access for large, heavy or unusually shaped items, please contact Isabel DiVanna for advice.

Collections

The College cannot store any items overnight after the event. At the close of the event, all materials should be removed by the exhibitor and must be collected by a courier no later than 6.00pm.

  • Seal your items
  • Number your items and label with company name
  • Leave by your exhibition stand to be moved by the porters to the College’s rear entrance, for collection by your courier

It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to arrange delivery/collection and to convey the location and the number of items to be delivered/collected to their courier.

Items and materials which remain installed in the exhibition space/table top after breakdown, once the event has finished, will be removed and any costs associated with this will be invoiced to the exhibitor.

We regret that items not collected within 5 working days following the event will be disposed of.

 

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