YIWU, China, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — “Yiwu International Commodities Fair” (http://en.yiwufair.com) will celebrate its 20th Anniversary on October 21-25, 2014. As the most influential and effective comprehensive exhibition of Consumer Goods (after the Canton Fair, East China Fair), Yiwu Fair focuses on building bridges between small and medium enterprises in east China and foreign trade, targeting the global consumer market and the demand for low-priced product sourcing. Yiwu International Trade City and Yiwu Fair complement each other to form the production, supply, distribution, sales supply chain integration services mode. Started from a small market and gradually grew into an international level fair, Yiwu Fair has gained its way into UFI in 2011 and is constantly expanding. There are more than 20,000 international customers to purchase products during the Canton Fair every year.
Yiwu Fair (http://en.yiwufair.com), hosting a total of 4,500 international standard booths, will feature seven industries: hardware, electronic and electrical appliances, knitwear, jewelry and jewelry accessories, crafts, daily necessities, and culture, sports & outdoor leisure products. The China Commodity City Trends Conference, New Product Launches, Industry Summit and many other supporting activities will also be held simultaneously. It is expected to attract 20 million domestic and overseas buyers from more than 200 countries and regions.
Joint action of exhibition and market
Yiwu Fair maintains a symbiotic relationship with the market. The market gave birth to the Fair while the Fair, in return, acts as a centralized procurement and market outreach event for the market. In the Fair, buyers are able to obtain the latest information of products and make enquiries to the suppliers. A set of services including foreign trade agency, logistics, convenient customs, transport, accommodation is available to the visitors.
Chinese manufacturing leader
Yiwu International Trade City has been the world’s largest integrated market for several years. 65% of the world’s Christmas products, 15% of the zippers, 10% of the socks, 65% of the domestic jewelry, 20% of the shirts are produced in Yiwu. Yiwu market has a strong demand for consumer goods and the whole supply chain advantage. In the explosive development of domestic e-commerce and with the Chinese government support of business transformation, Yiwu is appearing as a commercially viable destination for businesses worldwide. The Fair is a perfect occasion for you to meet with the beat suppliers in China.