Asia is one of the world’s hotspots for economic growth. China and India are two global giants that are reengineering their countries with industrial sectors, commercial and residential construction and massive infrastructure projects (from roads to water to sewers). To help mobilize this economic construction, the fine folks at Messe München International (one of the world’s leading trade fair companies) is readying their largest Asian trade event yet at bauma China 2012.
Already bauma China 2012 is setting a new exhibitor record: By the middle of February, over 1,900 companies had already applied to exhibit at the International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Construction Vehicles and Equipment, which takes place in November 2012. This figure exceeds the figure of 1,892 exhibitors who took part in the last bauma China. And we still have a few months to go before bauma China 2012 gets under way: it is to be held between November 27 and 30, 2012 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC).
Collin Davis, Exhibition Group Director at Messe München International, is upbeat: “It was our aim to offer our exhibitors improved conditions for their presentations in the halls. And, as we have eight more halls available for this year’s event, we have been much better able to meet their space requirements.”
Demand for space on the open-air site far currently exceeds the space available. Important key players, however, are making use of the additional hall space. In total, 300,000 sq m of space are available for bauma China 2012.
Interest from the industry worldwide continues at a high level: Austria, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Korea, Spain and the United States will each be taking a pavilion at bauma China.
Further information, visit www.bauma-china.com.