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Upcoming Remax AP 2009 Tradeshow in China Announces an Increase in Exhibitors

8 Jul, 2009

Upcoming Remax AP 2009 Tradeshow in China Announces an Increase in Exhibitors

Zuhair, China (July 2009) - The Recycler China announced that a batch of new booths (referred to as Batch II) was added to the Remax Asia Pacific 2009 tradeshow since Batch I had been sold out, as 20 plus enterprises were still in need of booths.

According to the organizer, they originally planned 280 booths, yet with the timing parallel with China Sourcing Fair, Hong Kong Electronics Fair, and the Canton Fair, organizers said the collective tradeshows have provided an advantage for attracting more international buyers, resulting in an increase of booths needed for Remax.

\Zhengyu Liu, Marketing Manager of Wuhan Pointrole Information Technology Co., Ltd., said: “Remax has its advantages in timing, location and its organizer. Also, 95% of existing exhibitors have increased their booth size, which are on average, 64% larger than 2008. Batch II features small-sized booths suitable for SMEs.

“We are confident that Batch II will also be sold out soon, says Anna Leung, Sales Manager of the Recycler China. Meanwhile, the Recycler China proceeds in its global promotion for Remax Asia Pacific. In July, the Recycler China will attend the ReciclaMais Expo in Brazil and the RechargRussia Expos in Moscow. Morrow Miao, Marketing Manager of the Recycler China, said: “We try our best to promote Remax, in order to attract more international buyers. In addition, the new website is launched with many new functions which are intended to provide a brand-new information platform for more convenience to our exhibitors and visitors.”

For more information about Remax Asia Pacific, please visit www.visitremax.com.cn, or send email to info@therecycler.com.cn.

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