Fall China Sourcing Fairs open today

Next-generation electronics and energy-efficient technologies headline the trends at this fall’s China Sourcing Fairs. Global Sources once again kickstarts the show season with a bang with the opening today of the Electronics & Components, Security Products and Solar & Energy Saving Products shows.

The fair’s biggest exhibit to date boasts more than 3,300 booths, providing buyers and visitors with a cost-effective way to sample products and get a glimpse of upcoming technologies from manufacturers across Greater China and other parts of Asia. The shows will run until October 15 at the AsiaWorld-Expo.

Smart mobile and in-car electronics are expected to draw huge crowds at the four-day Electronics & Components trade event. The autumn fair will present a bigger pavilion for tablet and mobile device accessories to respond to growing orders. Buyers will also find an extensive array of GPS devices and iProduct accessories.

In the Security Products fair, exhibitors will showcase the latest in CCTV and digital surveillance, access control systems and RFID devices. Systems integration and home security equipment will line up display shelves as well.

The Solar & Energy Saving Products is back from its successful inaugural run last spring. Exhibits at the fall event will highlight alternative energy sources, foremost of which are solar- and wind-powered devices. Suppliers will also present their recent innovations in the LED displays and commercial lighting fields.

Come and visit us at the Global Sourcing Fairs!


One Comment on “Fall China Sourcing Fairs open today”

  1. david says:

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