ISH China Returns to Beijing in 2010
The eighth ISH China is scheduled to run from March 10-12, 2010, in Beijing at the China National Convention Center, according to Messe Frankfurt. The fair – one of China’s biggest and best-known HVAC industry events – will debut a sanitation and services platform to keep up with heavy market demand.
Amidst the recent global economic challenges, the Chinese government unveiled a USD $586 billion stimulus package to increase domestic demand and spur economic growth. The package will go to capital construction, the development of midwest China and to reconstruct the quake zone in Sichuan province. Already the Beijing region boasts the country’s second highest urban income level and some of China’s highest living standards and disposable incomes leading to a demand in the areas of interior design and decor such as bathroom remodeling.
ISH China 2010 will display a range of products, including heating installation and equipment, renewable energies, installation techniques and equipment, water treatment and equipment, air-conditioning and ventilation products and the new product group, sanitation technology and equipment. In addition to the main exhibition, there will be a Sino-European Congress to discuss topics related to energy and technology; seminars on sanitation and technology; plus a number of product demonstrations for exhibitors and visitors to take part in.
“ISH China Goes Cross Country” Programme
To promote ISH China 2010, fair organisers Messe Frankfurt and the China District Heating Association will host a series of mini-events throughout mainland China to help manufacturers of heating, sanitation, energy and air-conditioning technologies promote new products, develop marketing strategies and establish business ties. The events are expected to take place in Xi'an, Shenyang and Dalian on June 3, 5, and 8, 2009, respectively.
ISH China is co-organised by Messe Frankfurt, the China District Heating Association and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Zhejiang Sub-council.
For more information, visit www.ish.messefrankfurt.com.