Bauma China to proceed as planned

By Andy Brown09 July 2020

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An image of the last Bauma China event

Show organiser Messe München has announced that Bauma China will take place as planned from November 24 to 27, 2020, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) in China.

A host of construction equipment shows have been postponed this year due to the impact of Covid-19, but Messe München has said that they expect more than 3,000 exhibitors at Bauma China.

China’s economy has recovered quicker from the impact of Covid-19 than many others around the world and the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is predicted to grow by 1% in 2020. This figure is much lower than in previous years, but most countries are expected to see their economies contract, some by double figures.

According to Shanghai Securities Co. the growth rate of China’s construction machinery industry will reach 10% this year.

The show organisers have reiterated that the health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and partners will continue to be top priority.

The notice and guidelines of preventing and controlling the epidemic on organizing exhibitions published by Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce and Shanghai Convention & Exhibition Industries Association will be strictly followed during the show, the various prevention and controlling security measures will be effectively implemented to ensure the safety of the exhibition.

It is expected that more than 3,000 exhibitors will present their products and services on an exhibition area of 300,000 square meters.

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