Asia’s leading environmental trade show continues rapid growth

- Huge potential in the environmental market in South China

- 301 exhibitors and 19,923 trade visitors

- High-quality supporting program

- Business matching to support demand and supply

IE expo Guangzhou 2016 has come to an end on November 26 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou—and set new records.

This year, the trade fair attracted 301 exhibitors—a rise of 50 percent—from 15 countries and regions to present their products and services on 19,000 square meters of exhibition space. And at 19,923, the number of trade visitors also increased, by 32 percent compared to 2015.The strong growth of IE expo Guangzhou in all its areas—water, waste, air and soil—is proof of the rapid development of the environmental protection industry in South China.

The great success of IE expo Guangzhou not only rests upon the huge potential of the environmental market in South China, but also on the extensive experience of IE expo in general. As a spin-off of IE expo China in Shanghai, the Guangzhou edition benefits from a strong brand name and the global resources of Messe München as a trade fair organizer.

This year there has been an increase in international exhibitors and professional visitors. The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, together with the Korean Environment Preservation Association organized for the first time a Korean Pavilion comprising of 19 Korean enterprises showcasing their advanced product technology and solutions to attract visitors for new business cooperation. Besides, international professionals from Vietnam, the Philippines, Australia, Malaysia, Brazil, India, Albania visited the exhibition.

In addition, the supporting program was one of highlights of IE expo Guangzhou 2016. Fifteen forums and seminars focused on the hot topics and latest trends in the environmental protection industry in South China, among them the South China Water Pollution Prevention and Control Summit Forum, the Guangdong Key Industries Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs) Control and Monitoring Technology Seminar, the Academic Seminar of Nationwide Sewage Treatment and Upgrading in Industry Parks 2016 and the Environmental Measurement Devices Technology Roadshow in Guangzhou China. More than 100 professionals and key players took part in the program and shared their experience with the audience.Click here for IE expo Guangzhou supporting program.

Another advantage of this year’s exhibition: IE expo Guangzhou 2016 was being held in conjunction with WasteMET Asia 2016, which brought together nine waste management associations from the Asia Pacific Waste and Environment Alliance (APWEA).

The co-location created major synergies in the waste management and recycling sector for both exhibitors and visitors alike. WasteMET Asia 2016 was organized by SingEx and WMRAS.Moreover, with the support of the Environmental Protection Department of Guangdong Province and the Science and Technology Department of Guangdong Province, several matchmaking events were offered. Over 50 end-users attended the meetings, and more than 100 exhibitors helped the end users to find more effective and economic solutions to the challenges they are facing currently.

Click here for IE expo Guangzhou 2016 final report. The next edition is going to be held on September 20-22, 2017 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex, Guangzhou, China.

IE expo China 2017 Continues Expansion-Over 60 per cent Booths Are Sold Out

Along with the good result of IE expo China 2016 and increasing demand for latest environmental technologies, more than 60%’s booths of IE expo China 2017 has been sold out.To develop your business in China as well as Asia, don’t miss the opportunities to be part of IE expo China 2017.

Please click following links for detailed information.

IE expo 2016 Exhibitor List

IE expo 2016 Final Report

IE expo China 2017 Show Brochure

IE expo China 2017 Application Form

For further assistant, please reach us at:

Ms. Ketty ZHANG

Tel: +86-21-23521128 / 20205539

Fax: +86-21-23521088

Email: ketty.zhang@mm-sh.com

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