Regarded as Asia’s leading trade fair for building decoration, China (Guangzhou) International Building Decoration Fair will celebrate its 16th edition on July 8-11 of 2014 at Pazhou Complex in Guangzhou. With the various kinds of building decorative products displayed on the 340,000-SQM exhibition area, the fair is highlighted by a combination of superior products in 16 themes covering the whole industry, attracting more than 2,600 extraordinary exhibitors and over 130,000 visitors from different countries and regions. More than 40 industrial forums and meetings will be held during the grand event.
Top themes of China (Guangzhou) International Building Decoration Fair 2014 are as follows:
● Decorative Hardware --- Inheriting the glory as the “industrial barometer”
● Window & Door --- Multi-level display under the roof of CBD
● Kitchen --- Best platform gathering top brands
● Decorative Glass --- A performance of new technologies
● Window &Door
● Sanitary Ware and Building Ceramics
● Decorative Hardware
● Floor Covering
● Decorative Glass
● Glass Equipment & Accessories
● Wallpaper & Fabric
● Coating& Chemicals
● Whole-WoodenInterior Decoration
Tuesday - Thursday July 8-10, 2014 9:30am – 4:30pm
Friday July 11, 2014 9:30am – 3:30pm
Admission: For trade visitors aged 18 or above only.
Whether you plan to visit factories, set up meetings with local com-panies, or purchase products, we can help! Our special package includes everything below and more:
|E- Invitation application||Transportation in the City|
|Group Hotel Reservations||Air and Train Tickets|
|Interpreter||Fair information inquire|
Pazhou Complex has replaced the Liuhua Complex to be the only host venue for the Canton Fair (China Import and Export Fair) since the 104th session.
A 450m-long and 30m-wide Pearl Promenade with an 8m elevation runs east-west direction in the exhibition hall. Elevators, escalators, stairs and other 4 vertical transportation facilities enable smooth and easy transport for visitors.
Business centers, service counters, banks, customs, post offices, travel agencies, restaurants and ticket centers are set up along the Promenade.