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CHINACOAT 2009: A global event for the industry continues to grow

By Tim Wright | November 10, 2009

Since its inception in 1996, the CHINACOAT (The China Int'l Exhibition for Coatings, Printing Inks and Adhesives) exhibition has been the key event for coatings, printing inks and adhesives suppliers who wish to enter, expand and consolidate their positio

Since its inception in 1996, the CHINACOAT (The China Int'l Exhibition for Coatings, Printing Inks and Adhesives) exhibition has been the key event for coatings, printing inks and adhesives suppliers who wish to enter, expand and consolidate their positions in this market. As an annual event, alternates to be held between the cities of Guangzhou and Shanghai every November, CHINACOAT provides a global platform for exhibitors to meet decision-makers from this industry across the world, from China to Asia Pacific, Europe and Middle East.

In terms of exhibit size, number of exhibitors and visitors, CHINACOAT is now one of the largest coatings shows held in the world today.

CHINACOAT is organized by Hong Kong-based Sinostar International Ltd., a name both exhibitors and visitors have learnt to trust.

In spite of world-wide economy downturn, most suppliers will still be exhibiting in CHINACOAT 2009 Shanghai. Now more than 600 companies across the world have confirmed to exhibit.

Today, the emphasis is on quality and green technology. For this to become reality, paint-makers should listen more to the options being proposed, and always try their best to upgrade their existing products with innovative technologies.

Together with its concurrent conference, workshops, seminars, national presentations and new-tech corner CHINACOAT 2009 Shanghai will be the platform for the largest transfer of global technology for our industry.

Four Exhibiting Zones:

ZONE 2: China Instrument, Machinery & Services

ZONE 3: Int'l Raw Materials

ZONE 4: Int'l Instrument, Machinery & Services

ZONE 5: China Raw Materials

(Zone 1 and 1A : SFCHINA exhibition will be held concurrently)
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