2014 China International Crushing Technology & Equipment Exhibition

2014-03-01 - 2014-03-03
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Concurrent Event: 2014 China Sand Technology and Equipment Exhibition CCTEE 2014 Introduction Focusing on crushers for mining and construction aggregate, organizing committee will do the best to invite leading brands to present the latest products and technology in the exhibition both domestics and abroad. With the expected show area of 30,000 square meters for crushers and other related municipal equipments, CCTEE 2014 will be held to set up a professional platform for technologies showcase, one-stop sourcing, brand & product display. Besides, it will be concurrently held with other China Municipal Equipment Expo that you can get access to a large number of buyers and manufacturer resources. With such favorable condition, whether you want to expand overseas market or tap into China market, CCTEE 2014 is undoubtedly a show that you can’t miss. China Market Attractiveness Due to the rapid development of economic and industries, crushers have an increasingly wide market space as the raw material processing equipment. The promising market of China calls for large number of crushing machines, especially the focus of our exhibition, mining and construction. As for mining applications, an increasing number of large-scale coal mines and the growing coal production have added the demand of the crusher. In addition, the large-scale investment of roads and other infrastructure by the country will be an important opportunity to promote crusher market to grow. Date: March 1st-3rd, 2014 Venue: China Import & Export Fair•Pazhou Complex Contact Us Guangzhou Grandeur Exhibition Services Co., Ltd. Add: Room 2303-2305, the 4th Tower, Dong Jun Plaza, No.836 of Dong Feng Dong Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou, China Contact Person: Kay Lin Tel: +86 2022071825 Fax: +86 20-82579220 E-mail: grand2@grahw.com Website: http://www.cctee.net/en/

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