ISH Showcases Products From The Heating, Air-Conditioning Sectors

ISH China 2008, the international trade fair in the Asian region for the heating and air-conditioning sectors, is scheduled from 19 22 February at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre in Shanghai. Over 200 exhibitors from 18 countries and regions have already confirmed their participation in this year's event. A number of international brands, will be showcasing their latest and innovative technologies, among them A.O. Smith, Danfoss, ebm-papst, E Burner, Ecoflam, Giacomini, Grundfos, Ferroli, Miura, Siemens, Viessmann, Weil-McLain, including a German Pavilion, and an Italian Group.

The seventh edition of ISH China will display items that include modern heating installations and equipment, and air-conditioning and ventilation products with particular focus on energy saving and renewable energies.

In addition to the main exhibition, there will be an opportunity to network at the Sino European Congress on Modern Energy Saving Equipment for HVAC Technology in Buildings. Recognised as the most important event in the industry and jointly organised with the Association of the European Heating Industry and China District Heating Association, it plays an important role for Chinese-European dialogue.

As well as collect valuable information at the "Living with Water, Warmth and Air": State-of-the-art housing and building design showcase and forum. A perfect platform for suppliers to share their know-how with designers, architects and real estate developers and to understand more about the needs and requirements of residential and commercial buildings in China. A number of other technical seminars, product demonstrations, and company presentations will also be offered for exhibitors and visitors to take part in.

Shanghai, a rapidly expanding city, has one of the fastest growing heating industries in China, with growth in consumption of heating products & equipment averaging 15% per year since 2000. Situated in the Yangtze River Delta area, exhibitors have praised the decision to move ISH China from Beijing to Shanghai.

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