SIGN CHINA, LED CHINA, and LED LIGHTING CHINA 2015 Conclude With Visitors from 154 Countries and Regions

November 24, 2015

Organized by UBM Trust, a joint venture with UBM Asia Ltd, SIGN CHINA, LED CHINA and LED LIGHTING CHINA 2015 successfully concluded Sept. 19 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC), having received visitors from 154 different countries and regions.

Making its debut in the new host city Shanghai, the four-day event reaffirmed its world-leading status with 120,000 sqm of exhibition space and recording 82,523 visitor entries. 

"We have participated in the show since 2005. We followed the organizer to Shanghai because we are confident the organizer would deliver good results with their rich organizational experience and brand influence in the market,” said Wei Gao, manager of Unilumin Group Co., Ltd. “We are very pleased to have met many international visitors especially from Europe and North America. These are high-quality buyers who bought almost all of our products,”

A key highlight of the event was the diverse range of LED displays. Exhibitors were proud to reveal new products they have developed for niche segments, like the super large high-resolution LED display from LEYARD, full-color LED dance floor display with small pixel pitch from M-SHINE, fully automatic module LED testing system from MOONCELL, and the wireless system for LED displays from ABSEN.

As an international sourcing platform, SIGN CHINA, LED CHINA and LED LIGHTING CHINA are increasingly popular with overseas visitors, attracting a total of 14,379 entries from overseas. The top 20 originating countries/regions were: Malaysia, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, India, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, Canada, Singapore, USA, Russia, Indonesia, Philippines, Turkey, UAE, Iran, South Africa and Egypt.

"We would not have achieved so much the first time the show was held in Shanghai without the trust and support from every exhibitor and visitor, who witnessed yet another milestone in the event's development,” said David Tang, managing director from UBM Trust.

He added, With the internationalization of the industry as our basic tenet, we will endeavor to create broader global business opportunities and build a quality industry chain through better service.”

The next edition of SIGN CHINA, LED CHINA and LED LIGHTING CHINA will take place Sept. 19-22 at SNIEC featuring a new theme - Digital Signage.

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