Guangzhou Electrical Building Technology Event Grows by 33 Percent

June 10, 2013

The Guangzhou Electrical Building Technology exhibition, on tap June 9-12 at the Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, will span 20,000 square meters, a 33-percent increase, compared with last year’s event.

The two main themes of the show, run by Germany-based Messe Frankfurt, are Electrical Engineering and Building Automation.

To maintain support these themes, the show will host 287 of industry-leading suppliers, including brands such as BOCHO, Crestron Electronics, Dalitek, Delta Green Tech, Echelon, Hedong, Legrand, EnOcean, Menred, Phillips, Seyoung, Songri, Siemens and Wago.

The fair also will be held concurrently with Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition and Building Solar China.

Some of the countries represented by exhibitors will include Australia, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Italy, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan and the US. In addition, more than 26,000 visitors are expected to attend from China and around the world.   

One of the biggest goals shared by both domestic and overseas exhibitors this year is to increase public awareness of their brands and discover new business opportunities through the show, according to show organizers.

"Our core business includes lighting control systems and smart home control systems,” said Li Wen Xin, Sales Director of Seyoung Electronics, of his company’s reason for taking part in the show.

He added, “And for us, Guangzhou Electrical Building Technology is a natural fit to promote these products, conduct business exchange with industry professionals and open up more business opportunities."

Delta Green Tech, a subsidiary of Delta Group shared similar praise for the show's marketing capability. Lin Qiu Ju, Head of Intelligent Building and Energy Efficiency, said, "Guangzhou Electrical Building Technology is an excellent platform for demonstrating intelligent building technology and concepts in energy saving. We plan to promote our latest products and work with industry professionals to explore the growing green and intelligent building market."

In order to offer a more engaging experience to attendees, influential players from leading companies and industry associations such as China Smart Home Industry Alliance, China Hotel Purchasing and Supplying Association (CHPSA), Guangdong Real Estate Industry Association, Guangdong Association of Automation (GAA) and KNX Association also will provide their views and experiences on a wide range of topics.

A partial list of the topics include Hotel Building Automation Control Tactics and Quality Lighting, IP Convergence for Intelligent Buildings and LEED Certification and Green Intelligent Building.

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