China SSL 2011 Relocates to Guangzhou to Accelerate Development Prospects

July 11, 2011

Reed Exhibitions’ and the China Solid State Lighting Alliance’s China International Exhibition and Forum on Solid State Lighting (China SSL) will relocate Nov. 8-10 to Guangzhou’s Baiyun International Convention. Last year’s show was held at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.

“Industry experts believe that the China SSL, by relocating to Guangzhou, will greatly enhance the development of the SSL industry in the Pearl River Delta region, and across all of China,” according to Reed Exhibitions’ officials.

The exhibition highlights developments in manufacturing equipment, raw materials, technology, products and applications in SSL.

The Forum on Solid State Lighting is in its seventh year and attracts more than 10,000 government officials, company executives and industry leaders.

Reed Exhibitions’ officials said of the trade show, “China SSL is dedicated to being the prime trade and outsourcing platform on which local and international companies conduct business with government authorities and buyers in rapidly growing industries like LED display and automotive lighting.”

China SSL 2011 will span 20,000 square meters and feature nearly 20 technology and theme sessions.

An estimated 2,000 industry leaders, experts and senior executives are expected to come to will Guangzhou as well.

China SSL 2011 is taking place in the beginning of the “12th Five-Year Plan” - a period during which the emerging SSL industry will be considered a key development field by central and local governments.

“That being so, China SSL 2011 is an excellent and timely opportunity for the industry to share best practice; build brands; expand business networks and establish new cooperation opportunities,” according to Reed Exhibitions’ officials.

China SSL 2011 will be the second cooperation between Reed Exhibitions and the CSA, following their successful co-hosting of Green Lighting Shanghai.

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