Yangjiang International Hardware Knives and Scissors Fair

Yangjiang International Hardware Knives and Scissors Fair is co-hosted by China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (Guangdong Province committee), China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Light Industrial Products and Arts-Crafts, China Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals Importers and Exporters, China National Hardware Association, Guangdong Hardware Association and People’s Government of Yangjiang.

The fair aims to exhibit the world’s best hardware, knives and scissors and build a global trading platform by merging product demonstration, industrial exchanges, purchasing and trading, and branding and business canvassing to provide a convenient one-stop experience for exhibitors and buyers. This year’s CHKSF has an area of 28,000 square meters (301,389 square feet) and features four main exhibition zones with a total of 800 booths. It will include a hardware, knives and scissors product exhibition, famous knife exhibition, machinery and equipment exhibition and supporting service zone. The fair will welcome a total of 355 companies, including 190 from Yangjiang and 165 from other regions. International exhibitors are mostly from Sweden, Germany, Japan and Hong Kong and an estimated 10,000 professional visitors are expected to attend.

Participating companies include many industrial leaders and famous brands including Shibazi, China’s famous kitchen knife producer, Zhangxiaoquan, China’s renowned scissors manufacturer, as well as SUPOR Group, China’s biggest kitchenware enterprise.

“We’ve been constantly improving services and updating buyers and suppliers with industry information since the fair was established,” said Li zhenbin, Deputy Director of Yangjiang Bureau of Commerce. “This is not just a trade fair, but more of an industrial exchange platform that’s cross-region, cross-country and global. We invite more international friends can come to Yangjiang and explore the future development of the industry with us.”

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