Bauma China 2016, one of the largest trade fairs for construction machinery and vehicles, mining machines, and building material machines, has just wrapped up its 8th edition and has been deemed a success.
For four straight days, the event became a platform for manufacturers to meet and communicate with new people, and to present their latest innovations to the public. It attracted an estimated number of over 170,000 visitors and a total of 2,953 exhibitors, occupying the large 300,000m² space at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, according to sources.
“Bauma China 2016 received a positive visitor response,” stated Mr. Stefan Rummel, the managing director of Messe München, who was very satisfied with the results of the trade fair: “With 14 years of development, Bauma China once again underlines its leading role in Asia. It has provided participants with good opportunities for industry communication and exploring product innovations, market trends and possible solutions despite the current uncertain situation,” he added.
Another exhibitor who was impressed with Bauma China was China Railway Construction Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. In an interview, their senior brand manager of Brand Publicity Department, Mr. Hongwei Tu, noted that they are satisfied with the results. It was their first time to be part of the said event, and they completely saw the 4-day fair as a great platform for communication and exhibition.
The 8th edition Bauma China 2016 was held from November 22 to 25 at the SNIEC. Apart from China, there are also other countries and regions abroad that participated in it. These include Korea, Taiwan, India, Singapore, Japan, and Australia. BAUER Equipment (Shanghai) Limited’s group marketing manager, Michael Minsky, even shared that they have also made contacts with clients from Dubai, Malaysia, Russia, and Thailand, and received numerous orders.
Well, this is definitely not the last for Bauma China. Its 9th edition is already set for November 27 to 30, 2018 at the same 300,000 square meter exhibition space at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.