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Bus World Asia 2009

altDate : 04. 08 – 11, 2009
Venue : Shanghai New International Expo Centre

The 9th exhibition of Busworld Asia will be held in Shanghai New International Expo Center from April 8-11, 2009. The four-day event will continue to demonstrate the latest advances in technology and products within the Chinese bus and coach industry.

As most now know, Busworld Asia is regarded altas the professional platform for the Chinese bus and coach export industry as well as the place to discuss and appreciate the latest technological advances. Meanwhile, vehicle manufacturers who participate in Busworld Asia are able to establish a respected image and ensure that their innovation and competitiveness will place them in a leading position amongst their international competitors.

Intertraffic China

Date: March 18th-20th,2009
Address: Shanghai Exhibition Center China

Your entry to a market with unprecedented opportunities

The Chinese and Southeast Asian markets are among the fastest growing in the world and foreign investment continues to be encouraged by the Chinese government. China economy grew at an average annual rate of 8.8% during the 10th Five Year period (2001-2005) and by 10.7% and 11.3% respectively in 2006 and 2007. An average annual growth rate of over 8% is predicted for the next decade. In 2007 alone, 116,000 km of highways were completed including 8,300 km of expressways. Some 5,000 km of expressways should be completed in 2008. Intertraffic China offers you a business platform where exhibitors meet the right sort of visitors face to face.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 December 2008 20:03
TOC Asia

altDate: 03-MAR-09 to 05-MAR-09
Venue: Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center

After a very successful event in Shanghai where we welcomed over 800 shipping, port and terminal executives. The TOC Worldwide Events team have decided to keep TOC Asia in China for 2009. TOC Asia 2009 will take place in Shenzhen the 3-5 March.

altPort of Shenzhen is situated in the southern region of the Pearl River delta. It is the economic hinterland for Hong Kong trade with the Mainland and also one of the most important Chinese ports in terms of the country's international trade. The area has become one of the leading economic regions and a major manufacturing center of mainland China

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 September 2009 11:22
Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE)
Date: 11-FEB-09 to 12-FEB-09
Venue: Asia World - Expo,Hong Kong, China (Hong Kong S.A.R.)

ABACE is the premier event for business aviation’s top vendors, industry leaders and experts from around the world to come together with representatives of the emerging Asian market that is eager for information and products that can assist them as they continue to grow into a strong economic leader.
  • Over 50 Exhibitors will display the latest airplanes, helicopters, aviation equipment and services. A variety of Information Sessions will address the latest developments in business aviation.
  • Thousands of Attendees want to see, learn and purchase the business aviation tools they need to succeed.
ABACE2009 will be located at the spectacular new AsiaWorld-Expo, adjacent to Hong Kong International Airport, with a Static Display of Aircraft at the Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre.
Inter Airport China

2 to 4 December 2008
Venue: China International Exhibition Centre (CIEC)

The inter airport China 2008 caters exclusively for the Chinese market. Mack Brooks Exhibitions, in conjunction with our Chinese partners CAAC (the Civil Aviation Administration of China), CASGC (China Aviation Supplies Import and Export Group Corporation) and its subsidiary China Civil Aviation Technology & Equipment Co Ltd (AVITEC), will invite all key personnel in charge of airport projects and end-users in China to visit the exhibition. Invitations will go to airport personnel in all provinces of China. Specialists from, the airport departments of CAAC, tendering agents, design institutes, etc, will also be invited to visit the show.

The last inter airport show in Bejing took place in September 2006. Officially opened by the Vice-Minister of General Administration of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), Mr Wang Changshun, the event attracted nearly 3,000 industry professionals. While some 90 per cent of these were from China, there were also visitors from Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Last Updated on Friday, 07 November 2008 16:29
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