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China's annual tire expo keeps growing

Posted on April 28, 2014

With less than five months to go, the 12th China International Tire Expo 2014 (CITEXPO) already has 267 exhibitors on board, including Apollo International Ltd., Double Coin Holdings Ltd. and Vee Rubber Corp. Ltd.

The event will be held Sept. 10-12, 2014, in Shanghai, China.

The annual exposition features the following products:

* tires, tubes and casings;

* custom wheels;

* tire repair materials;

* tire service equipment;

* retreading equipment and materials;

* manufacturing equipment and materials; and

* tire accessories.

CITEXPO 2013 had more than 350 exhibitors seen by more than 10,000 high-quality visitors, according to the show's organizer, Reliable International Exhibition Services Co. Ltd.

Click here to see the latest exhibitor list for CITEXPO 2014. And for additional information, see www.citexpo.com.cn.

Related Topics: China, Conventions, trade shows

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