The Shanghai exhibition engages you to shape a green future
Green Architecture and Construction Materials Expo 2013, jointly organized by Shanghai Building Materials Industry Association and Shanghai Modern International Exhibition Co., Ltd., will be held from August 15 to 17, 2013. The expo, recognized as the largest show of its kind in Asia, will display China and the world's latest products and leading technologies in the construction materials market. After years of development, it has become one of the most-attended construction materials exhibitions in China. The show will provide opportunities to meet, do business with, and otherwise cooperate with the stakeholders of the construction materials sector.
Exhibits at the event include: heating and new-energy equipment; environmentally friendly wooden houses; integrated housing and light steel structures; water supply and sewerage systems for buildings, doors, windows and curtain walls; home improvement and interior decorating materials and equipment; as well as energy-saving and new building materials. The expo's mission and message to its attendees focuses on how to leverage your construction plans in four ways to contribute to environmental protection, through the efficient use of energy, water, space and materials. The message is in line with the current and ongoing trend of developing green, ecological, healthy and comfortable building materials. The 80,000 square-meter expo is spread over 7 exhibition halls housing 1,200 exhibitors and is expected to attract 60,000 professional visitors. At the event, dozens of forum sessions and seminars will be held, all of which will focus on cutting-edge technologies for the development of green and energy-saving buildings, with the aim of starting the conversation between the leading building material manufacturers and buyers from both the Chinese and overseas markets.
Date: August 15-17, 2013
Location: Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC)
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