-- More than 880 key exhibitors booked their stands
GUANGZHOU, China, Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- SIGN CHINA 2015, which is taking place on 16-19 September 2015 at the Shanghai new international Expo Centre (SNIEC), announced that more than 880 companies have already confirmed participation and will be taking up more than 60 percent of the total exhibition space with still eight months to go, which is a very positive endorsement from exhibitors for the move of the event to Shanghai.
From 2015 onwards, SIGN CHINA will no longer be held in Guangzhou, but will take place at its new home at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). Together with concurrent events LED CHINA and LED LIGHTING CHINA, the 2015 edition of the annual trade show will feature over 1,800 domestic exhibitors and international brands in 130,000 square meters of exhibition space, gathering a comprehensive showcase of indoor and outdoor format printers, engravers, exhibition and display equipment, as well as LED displays, components and lighting in a unique and comprehensive sourcing platform for the sign industry.
Apart from brands which have enlarged their exhibition stand - YUEMING, SUNIC, TONGXING, RUIJIE, SENFENG, NAISI, HAILIDE, HUIFENG, RESPECT, ZHONGYE, LEIMEI, DAOMING, AORISE, MARK GUIDE, SUISHUNHUI, EDGELIGHT, HAINA, LINTEL, ADMAX, JIXIANG, HONGMAO, FOUNYA, QIAO GUO, LIANTRONICS, UNILUMIN - other major brands such as DAHENG, DNE, GAOYUAN, YUANYUAN, NAR, FLY, YUXIN, GLP, BDX, YIGUANG, HAICHEN, HONGHAI, HANDTOP, and DOCAN have also been confirmed participation. This strong support is testament to the great importance and confidence that the industry place in SIGN CHINA.
Mr. Huang Jianhui, Marketing Director of Foshan Beyond Laser Technology Co., Ltd, explained, "SIGN CHINA 2015 will be more international after moving to Shanghai. Our company has been following and growing with SIGN CHINA for many years. We are sure that together with SIGN CHINA, we will strengthen our influence in global sign industry and witness another leap in the Chinese sign industry in the future."
At the same time, many exhibitors will bring out their latest products and latest breakthroughs and innovations at SIGN CHINA 2015. One such exhibitor, DAHENG, will be showcasing their new mixed cutting machine which has upgraded efficiency and wider applications. Another company, HAN'S YUEMING, will show off their latest MC275-DLG-D light guided laser RBI machine. A new series of CO2 Laser Tube Cooled By Air, featuring a unique cooling device, will be one main attraction at the WEEGIANT display.
"With its international renown and huge influence on the international sign market, Shanghai is the perfect place for us," said David Tang, Managing Director of show organiser UBM Trust. "We believe SIGN China in Shanghai will attract even more high-quality buyers from worldwide and bring our exhibitors even larger business opportunities."
SIGN CHINA 2015 will take place concurrently with LED CHINA 2015 and LED LIGHTING CHINA 2015, the spectrum of product categories from all three shows promises to fulfill all purchasing requisitions from the sign industry chain. It is estimated that 90,000 domestic and overseas buyers will visit.
For more information on stand bookings, exhibitors, visitor services and registration details, please visit www.SignChina-sh.com.
About UBM Trust (www.ubmtrust.com)
UBM Trust is a joint venture company of UBM Asia, which is owned by UBM plc listed on the London Stock Exchange. We have extensive experience in organising large-scale exhibitions covering different industries in China, as well as organising Chinese enterprises to participate in famous fairs abroad. Our flagship events serve the sign and LED industries. Among the definitive exhibitions of their kind in the world, these two events have become an important catalyst for the development and upgrading of China's sign and LED industries, offering a comprehensive one-stop trading platform for exhibitors and visitors. We take pride in providing professional high-quality services to our customers.
SOURCE UBM Trust