The 24th China Ceramics 2010, the largest and most important annual ceramic industry event in the Asia Pacific region, was successfully held in Pazhou Exhibition Hall of Guangzhou China Import and Export Fair from May 18 to 21, 2010.
As the top event of the global ceramic industry, China International Ceramic Industry Exhibition has experienced 24 years of development since it was founded in 1987. It is not only the epitome of the development history of China's ceramic industry, but also closely linked with the development of the world's ceramic industry and has a profound impact. Over the years, with its professional organization mode and perfect service quality, it has stood out from many exhibitions in the world. It is known as the first exhibition of ceramic industry in Asia. Each exhibition brings together the world's top technology and latest products, leading the development trend of the world's ceramic industry. It is a grand gathering of industry insiders every year.
The exhibition lasts for four days, with more than 600 well-known domestic and foreign enterprises gathered, 4000 booths set a new record, more than 3000 ceramic machinery and equipment strong lineup strength exhibited, and the activities at the same time were brilliant It has attracted 46497 trade purchasers from 72 countries and regions, mainly Asia, Africa and Latin America, to visit the site. India, Vietnam, Egypt, Germany, South Korea and other countries, as well as many domestic well-known ceramic tile enterprises, such as new pearl, Mona Lisa, aestheticism, Hongtao, Baitao, Guanxing, etc., have organized large-scale visiting and purchasing groups to attend the visit. The busy scene of customer like cloud makes this important stage displaying new equipment, new technology and new materials of ceramic industry glow with infinite brilliance, and the active participation of many enterprises and trade purchasers breeds infinite business opportunities. According to incomplete statistics, the on-site transaction amount is over 10 billion yuan. The exhibition effect won high praise from domestic and foreign exhibitors and trade purchasers.