UBM Concludes Largest Ever SIGN CHINA

March 9, 2014

Concurrent events, SIGN CHINAand LED CHINA, concluded earlier this week at the China Import and Export Fair Complexin Guangzhou. The four-day events were held from 23rd to 26th February and were organised by UBM Trust,one ofUBM Asia’s joint venturesin China.

This edition of SIGN CHINA occupied 13 halls at the venue covering more than 130,000 m2 of exhibition space. UBM reported the participation of some 1,800 exhibitors at the event. Product categories showcased at the event included signage, sign materials, acrylic panels, POP items, printing materials & consumables, cutting machines, engravers, bending machines and LED displays.

LED CHINA, now in its 10th edition, attracted over 1,200 exhibitors and featured more than 80,000 m2 of space across eight halls. Product categories at the event included LED lighting, displays, packaging, chips and LED equipment.

David Tang, managing director of UBM Trust, commented, “For the past 12 years, we have been dedicated to develop a better future for the sign industry… 10th edition of LED CHINA is a milestone for us; it also serves as a good challenge for us, pushing us to develop a better trade event for the LED industry.”

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