The 13th Furniture Manufacturing and Supply China will be Sept. 12th to 15th at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
Looking For Partners In China
Shanghai, China—The 13th Furniture Manufacturing and Supply China (FMC 2007) will be turned on grandly in Shanghai New Int’l Expo Center (SNIEC) Sept. 12th through 15th. This fair continues to follow the tenet of “Base on China, Face to Abroad.” While keeping up the space increase, more is extended on publicizing and invitation of the overseas professional buyers. It is estimated the number of the overseas trade visitors will increase by nearly 80 percent than the previous fair, and the total exhibition space could reach 32,000 square meters with 600 companies.
FMC has the purpose of building up a trade platform for the woodworking machinery and furniture supply industry in China, offering a free, open, borderless opportunity to exhibitors and trade visitors, especially for those overseas buyers who are looking for partners, high quality
The FMC 2007 tenet is “Base on China, Face to Abroad.”
products at lower prices.
FMC is a part of FURNITURE CHINA, which is the largest furniture fair in China. In 2006, two shows together attracted more than 62,000 trade visitors with 13,000 professional buyers from abroad. The number of exhibitors reached 1,500 with a scale of 200,000 square meters of exhibition space, while FMC had 23,166 domestic visitors and 2,222 overseas visitors.
FMC 2007, as a show only targeting on woodworking machinery and furniture raw materials industry, will reach 600 exhibitors including not only such international industrial magnates as Homag, BIesse, Weinig, SCM, Fonjin, Anderson, Shoda and Leuco, but also a large number of local woodworking machinery manufacturers.
There will also be a group of 30 companies from Taiwan Woodworking Machinery Assoc. (TWMA). As for the furniture supply section, 300 local furniture raw materials suppliers with such well-known international companies as Hettich, Jowat, Henkel, Doelken, Vicwood, Titus, AHEC and a U.S. Hardwood pavilion initiated by the state of North Carolina are among those to be
The FMC 2007 estimated number of overseas trade visitors will increase by nearly 80 percent than the previous fair.