Experience Smart Sourcing at Furniture China 2019
In the second week of September every year, all kinds of superior furniture products from around the globe are showcased at the China International Furniture Expo (also known as Furniture China), which is visited by professional buyers, designers and consumers alike.
On 9-12 September, Furniture China 2019 is going to celebrate its 25th anniversary in Pudong of Shanghai, bringing new insights to the furniture industry with around 3,500 selected exhibitors, brands and their high quality products. Despite of huge transformation in the industrial structure across furniture industry, exhibition platform still remains strong vigour and great importance to trade circulation. As the world’s leading trade fair in the furniture market, Furniture China is firmly committed to helping worldwide furniture traders to maximize business value in terms of furniture manufacture, design and retail. By adhering to its policy of “export orientation, high-end domestic sales, original design and industry guidance”, Furniture China provides an important platform for showcasing and trading home furniture, contract furnishing and an array of furniture raw materials.
2019 EXHIBITION OVERVIEW
The exhibition covers an area of 350,000 square meters in two venues, SNIEC (for Furniture China) and SWEECC (for Maison Shanghai). Based on such huge scale, clearer product classification is considerably required to guide suitable sourcing purposes. Thus, Furniture China and Maison Shanghai will differentiate positioning to better meet distinct market needs.
Furniture China and its co-located events FMC China and FMC Premium, will host home furniture of contemporary, upholstered and classic styles, table & chair, outdoor furniture, manufacturing raw materials, fabric, furniture hardware, leather and upholstery components, focusing on the interactive linkage of upper and downstream within the furniture industry.
Booth reservation hots up with companies scramble to get in, booth space being fully booked even 3 months prior to the event. Participation of local Chinese furniture brands exceed 85 percent and the rest coming from overseas, of which familiar names include KUKA, Ashley, MANWAH, ZOY Home, MLM, HTL, Keeson, Asiades, Expocasa, La Casa, Odir & Olevere, Actona, Diesheng, Debrah's, Sureeco, FREE SAPACE, Meixin, Davis Textile, Hightex, Qigu New Materials, Ligo Leather, Pengxiang, Qiaojia Decorative Materials, Yulong, Loctek, Foresco, OKIN, Kingdecor, Lunbo, and Remacro.
New exhibitors of this year reaches nearly 25 percent of the whole. LightSpace and KUNDESIGN become two of the 42 new comers in the Design Halls. Moreover, Gillmore from United Kingdom, Idelli from Brazil and Scandinavian brands namely By thornam and Leeke also bring vitality as new blood to the International Brand Hall where it gathers total of 222 overseas exhibitors from 29 countries and regions exhibiting in the Hall E1, E2, W6 and E12 at SNIEC. Onsite of the exhibition, buyers will have chance to meet diverse excellent foreign brands from United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Scandinavian countries, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.
International pavilions organized by L’Ameublement français (France), BelgoFurn (Belgium), Veneto region of Italy, Malaysian Timber Council (Malaysia), KFFIC (Korea) and Export Promotion Council (India) have all joined Furniture China 2019.
Maison Shanghai, concurrently held in SWEECC, will position as a design-driven trade show that embraces home decoration, lighting, carpet, rug, floral, fragrance, art & craft, tableware, home furnishing accessories and designer works.
Maison Shanghai exhibitor line-up includes leading brands such as +Glass, Global Views, Ni Floral Deco, Chando, SUN COLOR, The Color Wheel Gallery, Jieyou Carpet, Sundora Carpet, BOKINGART, Fuyun pavilion artwork, DH LIGHTING, DEVSUN LIGHTING, RGP LIGHTING, D.SKY Home, MUMO, belaDESIGN, Arteriors Home and etc.
Besides numerous beautiful furnishing products for trade business, there’s quite a few featured exhibitions as HOME PLUS, COLOR OF FURNITURE, From The 100 Years BAUHAUS to Contemporary Chinese Furniture Design, R.E.Design, to take place at Maison Shanghai this year. All of those are curated with aspiration to cultivate design power and creativity within China’s furniture industry as well as to explore the trends and possibilities of futuristic home living lifestyles. Young Chinese designers can also find valuable opportunities to show off their talents at Design of Designers (DOD) and project of “Young by DOD”.