Aquatech China Breaks Attendance Records

July 1, 2013
The sixth edition of Aquatech China drew 38,589 attendees

The sixth edition of Aquatech China held in June hosted more than 1,000 exhibitors from the national and international water sector, and presented a global platform for the latest products, services, and technologies. With a record attendance level of 38,589 Aquatech China has proven to be a quality platform within Asia’s water sector. The 2013 exhibition brought industry leaders and water professionals together, and firmly stands as the largest and most highly accredited water technology show in South East Asia. The next edition of Aquatech China will be held in Shanghai from May 15 to 17, 2014.

In comparison to the last edition of Aquatech China, this year’s show grew by 9% with 38,589 visits from Chinese and international water industry professionals. Visitors could meet more than 1,000 exhibitors who presented more than 33,000 products, services and solutions in the water industry. This year they could also visit the co-located FlowEx exhibition, which is specialized in the transportation of fluids for a variety of industries with pump, valve and pipe products. 

Visitors and exhibitors from China and around the world came together to network and create new business connections. Again the AquaStages were a place where companies could showcase their latest innovations. This year there was a strong focus on industrial wastewater solutions. The Integrated Aqua Solutions program focused on the establishment of integrated system for water solutions. In addition, there was a Pump Summit Forum introducing a theme of the technology of pumps in water supply, drainage and water treatment.

 Exhibitors of Aquatech China were very pleased with the bustle of busy exhibition halls. Much of this satisfaction is attributed to the outstanding number of diverse visitors and water professionals that attended the exhibition. 

Chad Schuchmann VP of Liqui-Cel®  Business: “We were very pleased with the turnout at Aquatech China 2013. As we continue to grow throughout China and the rest of Asia, this show presents a unique opportunity to showcase our Liqui-Cel  membrane products in a single venue,” said Chad Schuchmann, vice president of Liqui-Cel.

Schuchmann was also content with the diversity of visitors and networking opportunities. “Knowing that we will be able to connect with our customers and develop new business relationships with quality, international attendees is what keeps us coming back every year,” Schuchmann said.

“Aqualabo has just hired a new Asia area manager, so Aquatech Shanghai was a great opportunity for us to introduce her to our customers,” said Xavier Broise, export business development manager of Aqualabo Group. “Moreover, we have successfully launched our new measurement products and we got contacts with potential customers from China and other countries such as Thailand, South America, Europe.”

Source: Aquatech

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