Trade Shows in China

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Zhengzhou, ZhongYuan International Exhibition Center

Address: 96 Zhengbian Rd, Jinshui Qu, Zhengzhou Shi, Henan Sheng, China, 450009

The Central Plains International Expo Center is one of the ten key infrastructure projects during the “Eighth Five-Year Plan” period in Henan Province. It was completed and put into use in 1993. The center covers an area of ​​140,000 square meters and can be used for an exhibition area of ​​53,000 square meters, including an indoor area of ​​23,000 square meters and an outdoor square of 30,000 square meters. The facilities of the exhibition hall are well-equipped, with dual-loop power supply, central air-conditioning, automatic fire protection, program control, broadband network telecommunications and complete conference service system, which can basically meet the needs of different exhibitions. Since its operation, the Expo Center has successfully held the “Henan Province International Investment and Trade Fair”, “Zhengzhou National Commodity Fair”, “China Midwest Economic and Technical Cooperation Fair” and national agricultural machinery, medical equipment, pharmaceutical machinery and building materials. Hundreds of large-scale exhibitions, such as furniture, communication equipment, and sugar and wine fairs. Due to the good effect of the exhibition, it has been well received by the community.
Zhengzhou is located in the Central Plains, with convenient transportation and unique geographical advantages. It occupies an important position in the national commodity circulation, “taking the East and the West, connecting the South to the North”. The Central Plains International Expo Center, which is built for the development strategy of Zhengzhou Trade City, currently holds more than 20 large-scale trade exhibitions including Zhengzhou National Commodity Fair and Zhengzhou Agricultural Fair every year, opening up to Henan. And the circulation of commodity markets played an irreplaceable role.



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