UBM and CCCMC Announce the Launch of Concrete Show China 2013
SHANGHAI, Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM in association with the China Chamber of Commerce for Metals, Mineral and Chemicals Importers and Exporters (CCCMC) is delighted to announce the launch of Concrete Show China which will take place from 26-28 June 2013 at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre.
Concrete Show China will provide the perfect platform to meet and network with industry professionals during three days in a dynamic and focused business environment. The event will bring together buyers and suppliers to experience and interact with a full range of concrete products and services, enhance industry knowledge and engage in ground breaking discussion. Together, these will present a powerful opportunity to build essential business contacts and networks.
"Concrete plays an important role in the Chinese building materials market. By learning from the international concrete industry and by promoting the Chinese bulk cement, precast concrete and mortar industries we can help build an energy-saving and eco-friendly society. It is the right time for CCCMC and UBM to introduce the world-renowned Concrete Show to China. I wish the show great success," said Yu Yi, Vice President, CCCMC.
"We all have seen the advances achieved in the concrete construction industry in China in the last five years. Given the growing demand for more sophisticated and innovative products and technology, there is much anticipation for further advancement in the next decade. In addition to UBM's concrete shows in Brazil, India and Indonesia, we are delighted to partner with CCCMC to launch Concrete Show China and provide a world class platform for industry professionals to learn, inspire and collaborate," added Margaret Connolly, Managing Director, UBM China (Shanghai).
Concrete Show China will be the latest addition to the global Concrete Show portfolio which includes the highly successful Concrete Show South America which took place from 29-31 August 2012 in Sao Paulo. "We welcomed over 500 exhibitors from 25 countries to the three day event which is the largest event for this sector in Latin America," said Claudia Godoy, Managing Director, UBM Sienna. Concrete Show South East Asia will take place from 24-26 October 2013 at the Jakarta International Expo and Concrete Show India will take place from 13-15 March 2014 in Mumbai. The shows will feature outdoor machinery displays as well as practical product information in a highly interactive environment. For more information, visit www.concreteshowchina.com
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China Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters (CCCMC) was established in Beijing on Sept. 1, 1988. Until, CCCMC has over 5,100 members, whose business covers ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals, non-metallic minerals and the related products, coal and its related products, building materials, hardware, crude oil and its products, chemical products, plastics and its products, fine chemical products, agricultural chemical products, rubber and its products, among other commodities. Around 250 CCCMC members are ranked as Top 500 companies of China according to their import and export volume. CCCMC's members are the largest and most representative enterprises in the metals, minerals & chemicals industries, which could represent the whole level and strength of these industries.
For more information visit www.cccmc.org.cn
SOURCE UBM China (Shanghai)