Reifen China 2014

Reifen China 2014

Show organisers Messe Essen and CURC described Reifen China 2013 as a “total success” when it comes to showing tyre, wheel and garage equipment.

The show is said to have occupied a total area of 11,500 square metres, 15 per cent more than one year ago. Moreover, the number of visitors increased considerably: 15,343 people came to the fair, 20 per cent more than in the preceding year. Around 15 per cent travelled from outside China, from 65 different countries and regions. Now the targets have been set for 2014 with 80 per cent of the exhibitors confirming their participation in Reifen China 2014 which scheduled for 3-5 December 2014 in the Shanghai New International Expo Exhibition Center.

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