Exhibit space sales are now open for CONEXPO Asia 2007. Exhibit space information is available online and is also being sent to prospective exhibitors.
CONEXPO Asia will be held Dec. 4-7, 2007, at the Chinese Export Commodities Fair (CECF) Pazhou Complex in Guangzhou, China. The show is open to companies, both Chinese and non-Chinese, with a focus on the latest technologies, equipment, products and services for the construction industry in China, Asia-Pacific and beyond.
CONEXPO Asia show organizer is the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), and the show co-organizer is the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products. The show license for CONEXPO Asia 2007 has already been approved by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
CONEXPO Asia is a manufacturer-run exhibition with cost-effectiveness and customer service as key operating traits. The 2007 show will be held in a first-class and convenient facility with many amenities for exhibitors and attendees.
The show attracts quality attendees and offers extensive industry-focused education and live working equipment demonstrations to extend the knowledge-sharing opportunities between exhibitors and attendees.
AEM is committed to the Chinese and Asia Pacific marketplace and provides industry-development assistance beyond trade exhibitions, in areas including machinery standards, equipment market data and operator safety and training.
Both indoor and outdoor exhibit space is available. Companies submitting applications by Jan. 31, 2007, will be included in the priority space assignment. After the Jan. 31 deadline, companies will be assigned space on a first come, first served basis.
Guangzhou is an international and easily accessible port city, and the CECF show facility is a modern exhibition and meetings complex.
Companies exhibiting at CONEXPO Asia 2007 will find the same high level of responsiveness to their needs that AEM is known for as organizer of international shows. As with all AEM-produced shows, CONEXPO Asia is run not only by the industry but also for the industry, with a management committee of prominent Chinese and non-Chinese equipment manufacturers.
Almost 90% of exhibitors at the inaugural CONEXPO Asia in 2006 expressed an interest in returning for the 2007 show, with more than half saying they would definitely or most likely exhibit at CONEXPO Asia 2007. The comments came from both Chinese and non-Chinese exhibitors. The 2006 CONEXPO Asia attracted attendees from more than 75 countries worldwide, and more than 80% were high-quality professionals with equipment specifying and purchasing power.