Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Vietnamese businesses would have opportunities to access to new materials and technologies in the building sector at the FENESTRATION BAU China which will take place at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre (SNIEC) in Shanghai from November 7 to 10.
Statistics from the Việt Nam Construction Association revealed that in 2016, the added value of the country’s construction sector reached VNĐ189.2 trillion (US$8.4 billion).
The country’s building material market is expected to see strong development due to high economic growth and rapid urbanisation process, experts said at the press meeting to introduce the exhibition held in Hà Nội last week.
Chinese and international companies such as Hörmann, Hueck, Kin Long and Roto Frank, as well as Hong Kong MCPO Company, Saint Gobain, SCM Group and Greenbell Adhesive, along with Mingdi Aluminium Group, Rokiee Wood & Alumininum, Taroko Door and Window Technologies will present high-quality solutions at the event.
The four-day exhibition will showcase products related to building materials, BAU IT, facades and windows, as well as building automation, building technology and doors. It will focus on introducing new materials toward sustainable, long-term and environmental friendly development of urban areas.
The event is expected to attract more than 700 businesses and over 80,000 visitors from 30 countries and territories.
“Vietnamese firms participating into the exhibition will have opportunities to gain access to new materials and technologies in the building materials sector,” the organiser said.
With main topics such as “Tomorrow’s Urban Design,“ “Future Building Systems” and “Projects for China,“ the event complements the exhibition portfolio and focuses on practical solutions that have been tailored to the special needs of the Chinese construction industry.
The exhibition has been organised by international group Messe Muenchen GmbH, specialising in trade fairs on the building material sector for years. The BAU Munich exhibition in Germany is the largest event of its kind in the world.
Last year, FENESTRATION BAU China, which drew the attention of 537 companies, covered an area of 45,922sq.m and had over 80,000 visitors from around the world. — VNS