14-17 MAY 2019


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See the world's best wrappers showcase their skills for their chance to be crowned the FESPA World Wrap Master  in the "FESPA WORLD WRAP MASTERS SERIES" at the co-located FESPA Global Print Expo.

This year's event saw 32 awesome wrappers compete to be crowned the European Wrap Master 2018. The winner and runner up progressed to the final stages to the FESPA World Wrap Master Final,  where they were joined by regional and national winners from past FESPA Events. 




 CARWRAPPER   Folien + Zubehor



  1. Each competition round will be limited to 36 installers (the format may vary if uneven numbers of competitors are taking part).
  2. Conduct yourself professionally and work safely at all times.
  3. Any competitor that cuts the paint, damages, or causes any article to catch on fire will be disqualified.
  4. Bring all of your own tools (FESPA will take care of cleaning supplies, electricity for heat guns will be provided).
  5. Competitors are to check in with contest officials 30 minutes prior to their match. If possible, pick up your show badge and locate the competition area the day before your first match. This will eliminate stress and help you be on time for your match.
  6. Listen to the instructions and follow the directions of the judges and contest officials at all times.
  7. Please do not engage the judges and contest officials in idle conversation or to discuss match results during show hours.
  8. They are operating on a very tight schedule and must be allowed to do their jobs to keep the contest running smoothly and on time.
  9. The decisions of the judges are final.
  10. Failure to abide by the rules above is grounds for disqualification.
  11. The organisers reserve the right to vary these conditions at any time.
  12. Over 16 years only


The judging will be conducted by a panel of judges in a fair and impartial manner in accordance with the following:

  1. The judges will use a scoring system designed to place high priority on quality.
  2. Speed itself is not scored, but volume of work completed is a factor.
  3. Each judge will individually inspect each vehicle and assign scores to each category that applies to that match round.
  4. The total scores for each contestant will be averaged to determine the match winners.
  5. In most matches, there will be a variance both in the quality and volume of work performed.
  6. In those cases, the combination of our unique and in-depth scoring system and independent scoring and score averaging by the panel of judges will ensure fair and impartial results.
  7. If all competitors in a match complete all of the work in the assigned time, the designated number of winners with the best quality will advance to the next round.
  8. If by chance any competitors tie, the appointed Head Judge will have the casting vote.


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