Asia’s Largest HVAC and Plumbing Exhibition on Tap in May in Beijing
ISH China & CIHE – China’s International Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning, hailed as Asia’s largest HVAC and plumbing exhibition, is scheduled May 13-15.
Organized by Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd and Beijing B&D Tiger Exhibition Co Ltd, the show will take place in Beijing at the New China International Exhibition Center. This year, 2015, marks the fair’s best year to date.
The three-day event expects to welcome more than 1,100 exhibitors, covering 90,000-plus square meters across seven halls. With more exhibitors compared to the previous edition, the fair anticipates over 45,000 professional visitors from around the world.
The fair features a comprehensive collection of products including boilers, wall-hung boilers, radiators & fittings, heat exchangers, solar powered heat pumps, intelligent home automation technologies, district energy solutions, floor-heating, pipes & fittings, valves & pumps, rainwater harvesting & drainage technology, heat meters, energy efficient HVAC products and more. To accommodate market needs, the newly added hall E4 will focus on ventilation, water purification and smart home technologies.
Returning exhibitors from within and outside of China have already confirmed their place to display their state-of-the-art products. Prominent brands include AO Smith (USA), Ariston (Italy), Baxi (Italy), Danfoss (Denmark), Devotion (China), Ferroli (Italy), Giacomini (Italy), Hailin (China), Immergas (Italy), Jaga (Belgium), Menred (China) , Nather (Germany), QD Navien (Korea), Rehau (Germany), Rettig (Finland), Rotex (Germany), Vanward (China), Watts (USA), Zehnder (Germany) and others. The number of exhibitors in 2015 is reaching new heights.
Immergas is a leading Italian HVAC brand that specialises in manufacturing domestic boilers. Mr Weng Yan, General Manager of the firm in China expressed: “Over the years, the ISH China & CIHE has made a name for itself for being the largest and most reputable HVAC and plumbing exhibition in the region. Attending the fair has turned into an annual activity for our firm. Through this well-established trading platform, we hope to promote our company and brand image to discover even more business opportunities in China’s booming HVAC market.”
Supported by their respective governmental authorities and industry associations, the German, Italian and Turkish Pavilions composed of many prominent industry brands are one of the biggest highlights for the 2015 edition.
This year, the German Pavilion will be formed by more than 10 reputable companies, including Aquatherm, Brötje, H.M., IVT, Jürgen, Schlösser, SIEGENIA, Wefatherm and others who are ready to showcase some of their most innovative products.
Supported by the Italian Trade Commission (ICE), the scale of the Italian Pavilion has also increased. Over 10 prominent brands have already confirmed their participation at the fair, including Aquatechnik, Bugatti, Fondital, General Fittings, ITAP and others.
In conjunction with a confirmed mix of exhibitors from around the world, the Turkish Pavilion will make their first appearance at the 2015 show. Supported by the Central Anatolian Exporters Union (OAiB) and the Turkish HVAC-R Industry Exporters Union (iSiB), leading exhibitors to take part in the Turkish Pavilion include Sanica, Caldera, Chorka, Dizayn, E.C.A and others.
Fringe events have played a significant role in ISH China & CIHE. For 2015, the show will feature over 50 fringe events, including congresses, technology display zones and a cocktail reception.
The Sino-European HVAC Congress has officially been renamed to “China International HVAC Congress”. Covering some of the industry’s heated topics, the conference will provide a platform for local and international industry experts to exchange the latest technologies on renewable energies, intelligent HVAC, ventilation and heat pumps.
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