CITEXPO 2019 Is Held in China, But Open to All Tire Markets

Posted on June 24, 2019

About 360 exhibitors will greet and meet with more than 12,000 professional buyers during the 2019 edition of China International Tire Expo (CITEXPO) Aug. 19-21.

The event, which features tires, wheels and related equipment, will be held in the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center.

"The show becomes one of the most attended shows in the worldwide tire industry not only because it is held in the largest tire production and consumption market – China — but also because the highly internationalized buyers of this show are of high quality and quantity that has been exceeding the exhibitors’ expectation," says Sam Lai, international marketing manager of the CITEXPO organizer, Reliable International Exhibition Services.

"Around 50% of our visitors are from over 110 countries, so our exhibitors can sell to not only China, but also pretty much every country in the world, especially emerging markets, such as South-East Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

"Because the uncertainty created by the trading war, dealers from around the world should definitely come to the show this year so you can dig deeper into the latest information, how it will affect your business, and negotiate a new deal. Moreover, we have non-Chinese suppliers that can satisfy your needs, too.”

The exhibition center will be divided into six areas:

  • passenger, light truck, medium truck and off-the-road tires;
  • wheels for cars, SUVs and light and commercial trucks;
  • casings and tubes;
  • tire accessories;
  • equipment for tire repairs;
  • retreading and other related services and products.

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Related Topics: China, CITEXPO, CITEXPO 2019, Sam Lai

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