A new trade network: Since 2013, the “Belt and Road” project of the People’s Republic of China, initiated by President Xi Jinping, has been pursuing the goal of developing the intercontinental infrastructure and trade links between the People’s Republic and another 64 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe. It also includes continued government investment in motorways and high-speed railways. According to the China Nonwovens & Industrial Textiles Association, China launched 35 new railway projects in the year 2017 alone, which private companies invested around 53 billion US dollars in. Investments by private firms have also increased in motorway construction and water conservation projects.
As a result of this, the market for buildtech products, especially geotextiles and construction textiles, is seeing significant growth. This is also reflected at the biennial Cinte Techtextil China, which will be welcoming a whole host of new exhibitors at its upcoming edition. Global players from the mobiltech sector, for which China, as the world’s biggest automobile manufacturer, is an important market, will be represented at the fair once again.
Furthermore, country pavilions will be highlighting the specific expertise of the exhibitors: the Taiwan Pavilion will be living up to its reputation as one of the leading sources of industry innovation, while the German Pavilion will feature 30 exhibitors showcasing their efficiency and expertise in textile production. Making its debut at the fair is the Czech Republic Pavilion showcasing three exhibitors who offer solutions for technical yarn, fabric processing and nonwoven fabrics. From 4-6 September 2018, over 500 exhibitors from around 20 countries and regions are expected to present their innovations at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
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