China's Zhengzhou International Convention & Exhibition Centre Hosts Nine Exhibitions in April

May 10, 2011

In April, nine exhibitions focusing on various industries were held and thousands of exhibitors and visitors gathered for business and networking at China’s Zhengzhou International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Among the nine exhibitions held last month, three of them were new exhibitions held at the ZZICEC for the first time.

The new shows were the China Zhengzhou Baking Exhibition, China Zhengzhou Food Ingredient, Additive and Equipment Expo and China Zhengzhou Food Preservation, Freezing Technique Exhibition.

“Our strategy is to expand our event portfolio by introducing more new exhibitions of different subjects to the Centre,” said Damion Wan, general manager of ZZICEC.

He added, “In addition, other than large-scale established national and regional exhibitions, we have a dedicated effort to attract high-profile international events, and we expect to welcome three this year.”

There also were several recurring shows held in April at the ZZICEC:

  • •8th Central China Fertilizer (Agricultural Materials) Trade Fair
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  • •2011 Dahe Auto Expo and 2011 Dahe Real Estate Trade Fair
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  • •2011 the 7th China Grain, Oil and Condiment (Zhengzhou) Trade Fair
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  • •2011 the 7th China Food Packaging and Processing Equipment Exhibition

 

Last year was a successful one at the ZZICEC, with business results among the best since its opening in 2005, according to venue officials.

A total of 193 events were held in which 40 were exhibitions, 105 were conferences, 21 were performances and 27 were banquets.

“Leveraging on the economic development in Zhengzhou and the Henan Province in recent years, we are confident of further business growth,” Wan said.

ZZICEC is managed by Hong Kong - Shanghai Venue Management (Zhengzhou) Limited (VMZL). VMZL, a private professional management company, is a joint venture between Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Venue Management China Limited and INTEX Shanghai Company Limited.

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