ISH China & CHIE 2013 Show in Beijing 13-percent Larger Than 2012

April 6, 2013

ISH China & CIHE – the China International Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning, on tap this week in Beijing, will be 13-percent larger than last year’s event.

The exhibition is taking place in Beijing’s biggest exhibition venue, the New China International Exhibition Centre, where it will cover six halls, totaling 80,000 square meters of exhibition space.

Exhibitors are expected to show their latest selection of products and technological breakthroughs in items such as boilers, wall-hung boilers, heat pumps, solar energy-based products, radiators, heat exchangers, ventilation and air-condition units, sanitary wares, floor-heating devices, heat metres and several other energy-saving specialties.

For overseas brands, the Beijing show is regarded as the premier venue for tapping the Chinese HVAC and sanitation market, according to Messe Frankfurt, the show’s organizers.

For domestic suppliers, the fair offers the chance to showcase not only the country’s cost-effective products, but also provides them with a chance to expand their business to overseas markets.

ISH China & CIHE rapidly has become Asia’s most influential platform for the global HVAC and sanitation community and is regarded as the top destination for China’s booming infrastructure and property development sectors, according to show organizers.

 For the 2013 edition, more than 860 exhibitors from 21 countries and regions were confirmed, a record-breaking figure in the history of the Beijing show.

In addition to the surge in exhibitor turnout, the exhibition’s organizers have made improvements to confirmed programs associated with the event. Two of the most anticipated forums at the show include the Sino European HVAC Congress and the Sino European Sanitation Congress.

For the 2013 edition, the HVAC congress, Asia’s most coveted platform for HVAC professionals, will focus on the theme “Discussions on the Concept and Technologies of Green & Energy-saving HVAC applications”.

The forum will be divided into three sessions on central heating, individual heating and heat pump technology, with the goal of highlighting some of the industry’s biggest challenges to growth and development between China and Europe.

Topics to be discussed at these sessions include “heat metering development”, “policies of energy-saving”, “state-of-the-art of boilers, wall-hung boilers, radiators and floor-heating” and “new energy-saving heat source – heat pumps."

The Sino European Sanitation Congress, making its debut at the exhibition, will focus on the growth and upcoming trends in sanitation technology and design as well as policies for China and Europe.

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