Zhejiang, the Chinese province that is recording the highest economic growth, will organise an international exhibition for the first time, entitled the 2017 Zhejiang Export Fair (Serbia), at the Belmax Centre in Belgrade, from 18th to 20th May (Zagreb Highway No. 20, Zemun).
The 2017 Zhejiang Export Fair (Serbia) will bring together over 60 manufacturers from China’s most economically developed province, who will have the opportunity to present to fair visitors products from the following fields:
• electronics and electrical engineering
• building materials
• décor (home and bathroom, furniture etc.).
• machines and accessories
The largest fair of Chinese manufacturers in Serbia will be organised for the first time on 18th May by the Zhejiang Broad International Convention & Exhibition Co. Ltd., while the host of this event is the Department of Foreign Trade of Zhejiang Province, while the Belmax Centre in Belgrade is one of the sponsor companies.
Founded in 2001, the Zhejiang Broad International Convention & Exhibition Co., Ltd (BCE) is a state-owned company that organises the most eminent international conferences, exhibitions and fairs, under the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation of the People’s Republic of China.
This fair, which is being held in Serbia for the first time this year, aims at presenting to Serbian companies the latest products in the fields of construction and infrastructure materials, furniture, household appliances, home decoration, lighting, machinery and equipment, bringing to our country and the CEE region the latest trends emerging in one of China’s fastest-growing economies.
“The goal of the international Zhejiang Export Fair is to gather in one place representative manufacturers and traders, who will – with the quality of their products and services, and in particular their affordable prices – attract a large number of customers. Companies from Serbia will gain a unique opportunity to establish international cooperation with successful Chinese manufacturers and thus improve their operations,” said Reagon Zhou, Director of the Belmax Centre.
This fair is supported by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to Serbia, the Serbian Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications and the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia.
Admission is free of charge.