Steel Build 2015

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Steel Build 2015, the leading steel construction and metal building materials trade fair in China, will be held in China Import and Export Fair Complex during May 9-11, 2015. As a thematic exhibition of China (Guangzhou) Int’l Housing Industry Expo, Steel Build 2014 grandly kicked off in China Import and Export Fair Complex during May 12-14. Covering an area of nearly 40,000 square meters, Steel Build 2014 and concurrent events gathered 710 exhibitors, and received 32,000 visitors, including more than 5,000 ones from 63 countries and regions. Some of the well-known exhibitors included: Howick Ltd, Vertex CAD/PDM Systems, FRAMECAD Solutions, G-Pod International, Steel Framing Systems International, NOVADEKO, Zhejiang Hangxiao Steel Structure Co., Ltd., Qiguang Group, Shandong Laigang Construction Co., Ltd., and son on. In 2015, Steel Build will continue to devote to building a platform for industry professionals to find business opportunities and share industry ideas.
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Architects & Designers Builders/Developers Consultants/Structural Engineers EPC Contractors Government Organizations Industry Associations Metro Rail, Airport, Seaport Authorities Primary/ Secondary Steel Suppliers Project Management Companies
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Steel structure buildings, Space frames Structural Steel planks and panels Fastening & Fixing Systems Protection-Drywalls, gypsum board, Fire stops, Fireproof Sprays/ Coats, etc Structural Steel Machinery & Tools Insulations Pre-Engineered Building Systems (PEB) Software Solutions for steel structures Steel Tubes/ Pipes/ Structural Hollow Sections Sheet Metal Materials Keel/curtain wall/façade and roofing systems Metal Decking/Floorings Metal Profiles

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