Welcome to visit our booth in China International Hardware Show 2014
Powered by PRACTICAL WORLD
ASIA'S LEADING FAIR FOR TOOLS, DIY AND BUILDING HARDWARE, SECURITY SYSTEMS, LOCKS AND FITTINGS
China International Hardware Show Powered by PRACTICAL WORLD in Shanghai is Asia's top trade fair for the entire hardware and DIY sectors. It provides a unique opportunity to engage in one of the largest markets in the world - China. This unique trade fair offers specialist traders and buyers from the industry sectors of Tools, DIY and Building Hardware, Security, Locks and Fittings with a comprehensive category of products and services.
OPENING HOURS: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sept 18-20, 2014
VENUE: Shanghai New International EXPO Center
No.2345, Longyang Road, Pudong, Shanghai, China
BOOTH NR.: E3D64
Adjacent to Pudong International Airport (15 minutes travel by Maglev)
In its 9th year running, the show ended with great success. CIHS continues to overwhelm its exhibitors and visitors by the growth and the professionalism of the event. The trade fair garnered interest from all over the world - 2,016 companies were featured from 18 countries and regions, over 34,000 domestic and international industry buyers attended. The success has left little doubt about the future of Asia’s top hardware and DIY trade fair.
- 82% of the visitors will recommend the show to business partners and colleagues
- 95% of the visitors met manufacturers they are interested in
- 98% of the visitors rated their visit to the show as satisfactory and above
- 77% of the visitors spent at least 2 days sourcing at the show
- 83% of the exhibitors rated the overall success of the show as satisfactory and above
- 93% of the exhibitors met relevant customers
- 81% of the exhibitors felt that the number of visitors was satisfactory and above
(Data cluded from CIHS official website)
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CIHS 2008 ended its run on 19 September 2008 with a record breaking gross space of 103,500 sqm. Nearly 2,000 renowned local and foreign exhibitors from a total of 19 countries participated this year. Close to 31,000 trade visitors attended the show over the 3-days. Both visitors and exhibitors have given positive feedbacks on this year’s CIHS.
- 87% of the exhibitors rate the event as “very good”, “good” and “comfortable”
- 71% of the exhibitors felt that the number of visitors was satisfactory and more
- 94% of exhibitors think the show helped them strengthen business contacts
- 73% were satisfied with regards to finding agents/distributors/importers
- 72% of the exhibitors met relevant customers
- 99% of visitors rated their visit to the show as satisfactory and above
- 92% of visitors met manufacturers they are interested in
- 71% of visitors spent at least 2 days sourcing at the show
- 75% of the visitors plan to visit CIHS 2009 next year
- 83% of the visitors will recommend the show to business partners and colleagues
For more information about Peaksight in CIHS2008, please click here to enter.
Outstanding international scope at Asia's top trade fair for hardware:
- 35 per cent increase in number of visitors from abroad
- Event aiming for second place ranking among the world's leading fairs
- Successful premiere of matchmaking platform
The high expectations were more than satisfied: With 1,600 exhibitors from 16 countries and an exhibition space of 70,000 square metres, the China International Hardware Show Powered by PRACTICAL WORLD closed on September 29th 2006 in Shanghai after three successful days.
And this year's results mean that the event is no longer simply ranked among the world's top three hardware fairs — with its 35 per cent increase in the number of international trade visitors, it is now on its way to becoming the second-ranked fair in the world for this sector, behind the INTERNATIONAL HARDWARE FAIR / PRACTICAL WORLD, Cologne, which continues to be the top fair, and ahead of the National Hardware Show in the U.S. Of the 30,500 visitors in attendance, almost 3,500 decision makers from abroad travelled to China for the event, which had been fully booked out for months.