CIIF 2010 Starts Tuesday, November 09, 2010
The twelfth China International Industry Fair 2010 (CIIF 2010) is going to be held from November 9 to 13, 2010 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
There will be 6 umbrella or theme shows that will be held under the CIIF banner, which together cover the whole industrial value chain, featuring a clear product focus in the areas of:
- Metal Working,
- Energy, Low-carbon economy,
- Environmental Protection, The Green economy
- IT and
- Science & Technology Innovation .
CIIF 2010 Designed to Promote Trade
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The organizers of CIIF say the exhibition has an eye catching design which will direct more of the relevant buyers to the appropriate exhibitors and promote trade. The 1,600 exhibitors already confirmed are mainly manufacturers, traders, research & development institutes and end-users of the equipment manufacturing industry. The organizers also said that the purpose of the exhibition is to promote China, not as a big manufacturing country but a powerful manufacturing country.
CIIF 2010 will occupy 103,500 sq.m as its display area and attract more than 1,800 exhibitors and 100,000 professional visitors.
As the largest and most professional show in the automation field, IAS provides an ideal communication and trade platform for professional automatic manufactures, retailers, automation equipment and component buyers. Industry leaders such as Phoenix, Siemens, ABB, Fuji, Toshiba, Beckhoff and Hollysys have confirmed they will bring their whole solutions for Chinese clients in the field of industry and power. A line up of companies from all over the world will display their state-of–art products, rich array of technologies and solutions, special in the area of FA/PA sector.
Visitors can access the official website at http://www.ciif-expo.com to obtain a free ticket. The site also caters for pre-registration and visitors will benefit directly from the close proximity to the other leading trade shows taking place simultaneously at the same venue.
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