interzum guangzhou 2021 Opened In China To New Furniture Trading Trends

As one of Asia’s largest woodworking machinery, furniture production and interior decoration trade fair throws has opened its doors during March 28-31, 2021 to eager exhibitors and trade visitors in South China.

This year's exhibition was held once again with the China International Furniture Fair Phase II (Office Show) with a combined exhibition area of 300,000 square meters, featuring more than 1,600 participating companies. Some 100,000 buyers and visitors are expected make this annual pilgrimage.

"Thanks to the government for creating safe and orderly conditions so that we can welcome CIFM / interzum guangzhou as promised. With our mission of providing an expansive international trading platform for the furniture production industry, the show has integrated online and offline components to connect global trading needs, and enhanced the effectiveness of business exchange. Guangzhou is located in the hinterland of the Greater Bay Area. With abundant strategic resources, the economy has recovered steadily after the 14th Five-Year Plan. We hope that interzum guangzhou can serve as the cornerstone of growth and development of the furniture industry," expressed Mr Keith Tsui, Managing Director of Koelnmesse (Beijing) Co., Ltd., organizer of the show.

The exhibit profile in 2021 has fully covered the six upstream categories of the furniture manufacturing value chain, including: woodworking machinery and cutting tools, upholstery machinery and pneumatic components, upholstery accessories, hardware accessories, wood products and adhesives, and interior decoration and accessories.

In addition to well-known international brands, a host of new entrants from home and abroad has also made their debut at the event, injecting new momentum into the industry. Heavyweights from Italy, Germany, the United States, Belgium, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Turkey and Vietnam together with China’s home furnishing companies, furniture manufacturers and distributors have witnessed the recovery of the home furnishing industry driving the development of raw materials and accessories.

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