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China's HVAC trade fairs welcome 980 exhibitors 

ISH China & China International Trade Fair for Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Sanitation & Home Comfort Systems (CIHE) concluded its three-day run on 14 May after welcoming 69,243 visitors and 980 exhibitors. 

As industry professionals gathered to showcase the latest HVAC products and solutions, ISH China & CIHE offered a one-stop sourcing platform for those looking to reconnect and get back on track, following the months-long disruption to industry events and trade fairs.

Mr Richard Li, general manager of Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co said after the conclusion of the fair: “We are excited to be back to facilitating business interactions for the HVAC industry, particularly within the Greater China region. This year, the fair successfully aligned itself with the development of China’s digital and smart markets, driven by the national government’s new 14th Five Year Plan which highlighted green initiatives and infrastructure goals. These targets not only improve the national business environment, but also expedite more HVAC-related projects, putting emphasis on diversifying renewable energy production and consumption, and offer greater opportunities for HVAC suppliers worldwide.”

Commenting on the success of the 2021 edition, Mr Li Hongbo, deputy general manager of CIEC GL events (Beijing) International Exhibition Co Ltd, said:  “As usual, ISH China & CIHE always yields remarkable results. A wide variety of smart HVAC products featuring the latest technologies were perfectly presented. Based on the buyer crowds gathered during the three-day event, this proves that exhibitors as well as industry players have regained confidence in large scale trading events and the HVAC market which is great to see. I am confident that ISH China & CHIE will continue to grow and serve as a first-tier trading platform for HVAC products.”


1 June 2021


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