Drinking water show in China focuses on commercial sector

Aug. 15, 2013

SHANGHAI, China — The show will display a wide range of new products and technology for the industry.

SHANGHAI, China — The China Pure Drinking Water Show, currently held with China Clean Expo 2014 and organized by Shanghai UBM Sinoexpo, will be stylishly presented on March 31 and April 1, 2014, at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center, according to a press release. 

The show differentiates itself with its focus on the commercial drinking water market, ranging from star-rated hotels, restaurants, large entertainment/leisure venues, chain hotels, hospitals, airports, schools, etc. End-users of drinking water are the main target for the show and its exhibitors, stated the release.

The birth and development of China's water purification industry derived from two main aspects: The worsening environment and the demand for quality of life due to economic development.

The drinking water industry emerged in the late 1990s. After years of market cultivation and guidance, the industry has entered into a rapid development stage where an edge-cutting trade platform is needed to accelerate the information exchange between those from all walks of life, to promote products more widely, and to improve business development.

Unlike other water shows, the China Pure Drinking Water Show currently held with China Clean Expo 2014 is designed to allow drinking water products to penetrate the commercial sector via dealers and distributors, noted the release.

The show will display a wide range of new products and technology for the industry, including drinking water equipment, water purification equipment, water systems, filter materials, sterilization equipment and water treatment detergents, etc.

Read the entire press release here.

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