ISH China Relocates

December 24, 2007
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SHANGHAI, China - China’s International Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating and Air-conditioning (ISH China) 2008, has been moved from Beijing to Shanghai, China. It is scheduled for Feb. 19-22 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. More than 200 exhibitors from 14 countries and regions have already confirmed their participation in the upcoming event.

A number of international brands will be showcasing their latest technologies. Among them are A.O. Smith, Danfoss, ebm-papst, E Burner, Ecoflam, Giacomini, Grundfos, Ferroli, Miura, Siemens, Viessmann, and Weil-McLain. The event also includes 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. Jointly organized with the Association of the European Heating Industry and China District Heating Association, this networking event provides a venue for Chinese-European dialogue.

“With our comprehensive range of products for different energy sources, including renewable energies as well as gas and oil, with applications in the residential, commercial, and industrial sector, we are ready for the future,” explained, Dr. Hansueli Bruderer, general manager for Viessmann Heating Technology. “Displaying our products in exhibitions like ISH China has been a very successful part of our marketing activities in the region for the past 10 years.”

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Publication date: 12/24/2007

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