June 29, 2019 - July 01, 2019
Highlights of the exhibition:
Going out to the sea and quickly opening up overseas markets
Venue: Sri Lanka - Colombo
Exhibition industry: comprehensive
Organizer: China International Exhibition Center Group Corporation
1. Textile fabrics, shoes and hats and bags exhibition area: all kinds of textile fabrics and accessories, yarns, fibers, home textiles, all kinds of men's wear, women's wear, children's wear, underwear, hats, scarves, shoes, sports shoes, bags, handbags and accessories, Textile equipment and design production systems.
2, household consumer goods exhibition area: kitchen utensils and table supplies, baking and cooking products, wine and bar appliances, glass products, ceramics, general household items, storage supplies, laundry and cleaning, bathroom supplies, umbrellas, health and personal care products , daily chemical products, handicrafts, furniture products, home decorations, garden and outdoor products, sports and leisure products, sports bags and travel goods, baby and children's products, paper towels, diapers, pads, sanitary napkins;
3, lighting exhibition area: advertising lighting, architectural lighting, automotive lighting, hospital lighting, indoor lighting, kitchen lighting, garden lighting, background lights, wall lights, Christmas lights, commercial lighting, decorative lighting, spotlights, emergency lighting LED, energy saving Lighting, as well as solar lighting, various lighting bulbs, solar products, photovoltaics, cogeneration, bioenergy, biofuels, wind power, hydropower, etc.
4. Building materials exhibition area: sanitary ware and sanitary wares and accessories, kitchen facilities and accessories, all kinds of door industry, wallpaper fabrics, wooden doors, stairs and wood products, glass products, new building materials, air conditioning refrigeration, ceramic tiles Floor tiles, household appliances, etc.
5. Machinery and equipment exhibition area: processing equipment, glass machinery, construction machinery, construction equipment molds, construction site protection products, construction site facilities, water pumps, mining and engineering machinery, crushers, pavers, agricultural machinery, woodworking machinery, garment textile machinery , packaging machinery, etc.
6, hardware and electromechanical exhibition area: kitchen and bathroom hardware; hardware accessories: electronic accessories, furniture accessories, leather accessories, watches and clocks accessories, electrical accessories, equipment accessories; mechanical equipment: mechanical and electrical equipment, security communications products, anti-static equipment; construction hardware: wire Cable; metal mold, abrasives, hardware accessories, DIY tools; comprehensive products.
7. Auto and motorcycle parts exhibition area: automobile and motorcycle parts, components and parts, auto repair equipment, maintenance products, wheel tires; speaker system and equipment, in-car entertainment system, automobile processing industry products; gas station equipment, battery power, air conditioning Refrigeration systems, automobile and motorcycle decorative products; electromechanical systems, engines, safety systems, etc.
The China Commodities (Cologne, Sri Lanka) exhibition was co-organized by the Sri Lanka Ceylon Building Society and the LECS Exhibition Company (which won the Presidential Award for the exhibition for four consecutive years). LECS Exhibition Company has 15 years of experience in group exhibitions, organized hundreds of exhibitions at home and abroad, and operated 80% of the exhibitions in Sri Lanka. The Ceylon Building Materials Association is made up of outstanding builders and engineers from Sri Lanka (responsible for Sri Lankan construction projects). During the exhibition, builders and engineers from the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce will visit the exhibition to make purchases. The exhibition was received by the Ministry of Construction, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, and the Labor Bureau. Strong sponsorship and support from government agencies such as the State Investment Development Administration and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. There are more than 300 booths in 2017, more than 200 exhibitors from all over the world, overseas exhibitors from China, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, India and other countries, including 40 Chinese exhibitors, a total of 60 booths, according to statistics More than 15,000 professional visitors came to the exhibition during the exhibition.
Going out to the sea and quickly opening up overseas markets
With the deepening of economic globalization, Chinese companies have turned their attention to overseas markets full of business opportunities. The exhibition of Chinese goods (Cologne, Sri Lanka) allows companies that are not familiar with the local market and who are not familiar with the local customs and habits. However, by participating in the China Commodity Fair, Chinese companies, with the guidance of the exhibition and the assistance of local partners, will open overseas markets faster and seize the opportunity of investment.
Easy to exhibit
In order to bring greater participation convenience to the exhibitors, the organizer will apply for special funds for foreign trade development for the exhibition, which has greatly reduced the cost of Chinese enterprises to explore emerging markets. Enterprises can not only display their own superior products at the exhibition, develop market business in Sri Lanka, but also obtain state subsidies and reduce the cost of opening up the market.
Sri Lanka - a tropical island country, shaped like a tear in the Indian peninsula set in the vast Indian Ocean. Therefore, it has the reputation of “the Pearl of the Indian Ocean” and is considered to be the most beautiful island by Marco Polo. Sri Lanka has a beautiful seashore, a mysterious ancient city, rich natural heritage, and a unique and charming culture. The four seasons, only the rainy season and the dry season, are European tourist resorts and leisure places, a place more beautiful than the Maldives!
Sri Lanka is known as the “Eastern Crossroads” and is the main port in the Indian Ocean and the South Asian trade transit station. At present, Sri Lanka is becoming the core hub of the “Belt and Road” in the Indian Ocean. Under the “Belt and Road Initiative”, the opportunity for China's overseas capital export and manufacturing transfer has brought broad prospects for China-Slovakia capacity cooperation. China is Sri Lanka's largest source of investment and is currently investing in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, to become an international financial city. The government's contribution to Sri Lanka's development is a good time for Chinese companies to enter the Sri Lankan market. The Sri Lanka China Commodities Fair has been successfully held for six times, with exhibitors from local Sri Lanka, Fujian, China and Liaoning, China.
Sri Lanka Light Industry Daily Consumer Goods Market Information: Commodity commodities in the Sri Lanka market are very popular, and almost all of the best-selling products in the market come from China. The consumption level of local residents in Colombo is generally high, and the recognition of foreign brands is relatively high. Chinese consumer goods manufacturers should look at the consumption habits of Sri Lankan residents in different regions, export suitable products and promote them.
Sri Lanka's consumer electronics and home appliance market information: People's consumption direction began to shift to digital electronics and white goods. As the main supplier of the same type of products in Sri Lanka, China is affordable and stylish, meeting the needs of the general public. Sri Lanka's imports of consumer electronics and home appliances from China have reached more than $100 million annually since 2010, and the amount is growing. From January to September 2016, Sri Lanka has imported about 560 million US dollars of consumer electronics and home appliances to China, which is expected to reach new heights.
China's economic and trade relations with Sri Lanka have also rapidly taken off. As of the end of June 2014, China has become Sri Lanka's second largest source of imports and the second largest trading partner. According to the latest data released by the Statistical Bureau of Sri Lanka, the bilateral trade in goods between Sri Lanka and China was US$1.57 billion, an increase of 9.8% from January to June 2014. Among them, Sri Lanka’s exports to China were US$83.75 million, an increase of 60.4%, accounting for 1.6% of Sri Lanka’s total exports, an increase of 0.4 percentage points; Sri Lanka’s imports from China were US$1.49 billion, an increase of 7.9%, accounting for 16.8% of Sri Lanka’s total imports. It is flat compared with the same period last year. As of the end of June 2014, China’s non-financial direct investment in Sri Lanka was 445 million U.S. dollars, one of the major sources of foreign investment in recent years.
Sri Lanka's building materials, machinery, hardware and lighting market information: local demand for aluminum, steel, cement, steel, marble, sanitary ware, construction machinery and other building materials and indoor lighting is growing, while Sri Lanka's building materials hardware and lighting products demand almost 100% By import, it provides huge business opportunities for Chinese companies. Chinese enterprises have deeply participated in the post-war development of Sri Lanka and have built a large number of major projects related to the international people's livelihood, making important contributions to the economic and social development of Sri Lanka. In recent years, China's lighting brands have gradually entered the South Asian market, and have achieved good response. As Chinese brand companies continue to enter the Sri Lankan market, Sri Lankan dealers are more confident in the sales of lighting products in China. The lighting products produced by Chinese brands are expected to occupy the forefront of lighting products sales in Sri Lanka in the next 2-3 years.
Sri Lanka hotel supplies market information: The Sri Lankan government is now seized the opportunity to focus on the development of the tourism market. At present, there is a huge gap in the number of existing hotel rooms in China. Although the Sri Lanka Economic Development Board has approved 36 hotel projects, each hotel project has entered the construction phase. However, according to the head of the Ministry of Industry Development of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka will build 50,000 hotel houses in the next five years, and at the same time need to refurbish existing hotels to enhance the competitiveness of tourism in the same region. This is the golden opportunity for Chinese companies to enter the Sri Lankan hotel market.