The 2012 ISH China-CIHE show is expected to attract 35,000 visitors.
To meet increased demand, the 2012 show will move to the larger New China International Exhibition Center.
to an increased number of exhibitors, ISH China & CIHE, the China
International Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Ventilation &
Air-Conditioning, will move to a new venue for its 2012 edition. The three-day
show, organized by Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co.
and B&D Tiger Exhibition Co., will be held at Beijing’s
New China International
April 2-4. The new venue is located close to Beijing’s
Capital International Airport.
Organizers are expecting to attract 1,000 exhibitors and 35,000 visitors.
, deputy general manager of Messe Frankfurt in China, said
that exhibitors and visitors had welcomed the 2011 merger between ISH China and
CIHE, saying it created an improved platform for industry communication.
a result, 300 well-known companies have already confirmed their participation
for 2012,” he explained, “and because many wanted larger booths to promote
their brand image and products, we decided to move to a larger and newer venue.”
, general manager of Beijing B&D Tiger Exhibition Co.,
added that the new venue has the most advanced exhibition facilities in
addition, the Solar Zone, dedicated to the solar thermal industry, is making its
debut at ISH China & CIHE. This new zone is in response to market
demand as China
continues to be the world’s largest market for solar hot water and space-heating
products, accounting for around 70 percent of global capacity.
percentage is likely to increase due to the Chinese government’s latest 12th
Five-Year Plan, which states that alternative energy, energy-saving and
environmental protection are now strategic industries. This plan, together
with an increasing demand for clean, cost-effective, sustainable and
eco-friendly heating solutions, makes China a huge market potential for
solar thermal products and technology.
year’s ISH China & CIHE will feature a hall dedicated to the sanitation
industry, showcasing products from domestic and international
manufacturers. Li said it was unique for China to have a joint platform
featuring sanitation and HVAC exhibitors together.
are following the highly successful format of the ISH show held in Frankfurt, Germany,”
he explained. “This format offers exhibitors access to the same key
end-user groups such as real estate developers, interior designers and those
involved with decision making for government projects. It also offers our
exhibitors advertising opportunities, trend forums, technical seminars and
match-making programs to maximize their participation.
international and domestic brands wanting to develop business in China’s
northern market will find our show very valuable because of its location to
fast-growing markets and our knowledge about the purchasing habits of quality
buyers. Already because of government policies, we are seeing more
manufacturers moving their development focus from main cities to second- and
example, he said, the Chinese government is planning to build 525,407
indemnificatory apartments in northern China in the next year, which will
require a huge amount of mid-range level sanitation products to be
Chinese Government Policy Boosts Industry Opportunities
Chinese Government Policy Boosts Industry
the Chinese government’s 12th Five-Year Plan, 28 cities are to implement
energy-efficient projects in residential buildings which comply with global
standards. Part of this plan includes heat meter transformation projects
covering 24 million square miles of urban residential buildings to be completed
by the end of 2013. This accounts for nearly 40 percent of current nonenergy-efficient
Beijing is identified as
one of the 28 cities in need of energy-efficiency improvements. The Beijing
Municipal Finance Department will fund the city’s heat meter transformation
projects with an allocation of RMB 100 per square mile. Once the project
is successfully completed, it will be gradually implemented throughout China, offering
huge business opportunities to heat meter manufacturers.
China & CIHE is part of Messe Frankfurt’s architecture and technology
fairs, headed by the biennial ISH event in Frankfurt
taking place March 12-16, 2013. For more information, visit www.ishc-cihe.com
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