Pazhou Complex

111th Canton Fair Is Coming Soon

Pazhou Complex

Canton Fair, also known as China Import and Export Fair, is coming. It is the largest trade fair in China and this spring edition, to be held from April 15 to May 5, 2012 in Guangzhou, marks the 111th session since 1957.

Since China is the largest producer of heavy equipment, machinery, consumer goods and hundreds of other items, Canton fair, organized in 3 phases each season, is a good place where vendors and factory owners from all over China and Asia congregate all at once and you can easily find a vendor that either carries what you want to sell or can make what you want to sell.

Pazhou Complex Inside

You can collect information about your target products on the internet, but you can’t see the samples and their quality online and fortunately, what’s awesome about the Canton Fair is that you can meet the suppliers with samples and even visit their market and factories. Most of the suppliers deal with US or European companies on a regular basis so they have the experience and infrastructure to export products to wherever you live. The other good news is that a good number of these vendors speak English.

Pazhou Complex Entrance and Exit

Canton Fair offers a lot of business opportunities, and the transportation, accommodation, tourism and food in Guangzhou are also very nice, so it is highly advised for the businessman from all over the world to join the upcoming Canton Fair.

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