The U.S. Commercial Service in Shanghai is pleased to invite American firms to exhibit in the U.S. Pavilion at the IE expo 2016. This is an outstanding opportunity to promote your company’s environmental related products, technologies and solutions, in order to develop your business in Asia’s largest market.
The show is certified by Department of Commerce. It is an international trade fair for water, sewage, waste management, waste to energy, recycling, air pollution control, and soil remediation. IE expo 2016, the largest show of its kind in the environmental sector in Asia, showcases the complete value chain of environmental technologies, thus benefit U.S. exporters at a global level. It is the perfect platform to gain local market insights, meet targeted buyers and distributors, promote brands and products, and expand trade channels within the environmental technology industry. Details please refer to invitation letter and show brochure.
CS Shanghai is recruiting a U.S. Pavilion at IE expo 2016 (May 5-7). Last year, 15 companies chose to exhibit at U.S. Pavilion. They received extensive attention by the audience and media.
Besides the exhibition, this year we plan to organize a technical workshop with the theme of US Experience on VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) Control and Treatment during the show time. We choose this theme to response the Chinese government’s growing concerns on the subject and urgent needs for setting up related regulations.
We aim to receive 60 invited attendees for the half-day workshop; attendees come from related industrial sector, service provider, project contractor, research institute and government agencies. Considering the time frame we have, we can accept no more than 5 companies with the principle of First Come, First Serve.
Participating fee for the workshop is USD 900/company, including workshop venue & setting up, attendee inviting, tea break, your name and logo on all promotional material.
For more information, please contact with Senior Commercial Specialist Ms. Sophia Chen via Sophia.Chen@trade.gov