UNRIVALLED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Are you interested in doing business in China? Intertraffic China 2017 is the perfect gateway to the traffic technology market in China.
Join your peers for three days filled with business opportunities from
4 - 6 May 2017 in Shanghai!
See what happens @Intertraffic
Why visit Intertraffic China?
- Get a taste of the Chinese market
- Network with exhibitors and visitors
- Find a partner or distributor
- Discover trade opportunities
- Solutions for all your problems regarding infrastructure, traffic management, parking safety, smart mobility can be found at Intertraffic
When and where?
4 - 6 May 2017
Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre
2345 Longyang Road
Pudong New Area
- Learn about the trends and developments in the Chinese traffic sector
- Make valuable contacts with potential partners and distributors
- Join the export route and meet other traffic professionals
- Hear success stories and learn more about the Chinese do’s and don’ts
- Learn how to do business in China
- Join the field trip to key companies in Shanghai
Join the matchmaking programme
Optimize your business and sign in at the online matchmaking programme, allowing you to match with (inter)national exhibitors and visitors, and pre-plan your meetings. With a designated matchmaking area on the show floor, within the international pavilion, you have all the opportunities to match, meet and do business with the companies of your choice.
Registered visitors and exhibitors receive the link to the matchmaking.
Who exhibits at Intertraffic China?
Manufacturers, importers and agents (official indicated by the manufacturer) of products and services of infrastructure, traffic management, safety, smart mobility and parking and who are active in the region of Intertraffic China.
Are you from China?
Do you have questions or do you prefer to register your visit in your native language?
Please scan the QR code below to enable WeChat. Our Chinese colleagues will be happy to assist you.
Business opportunities in the Chinese market
To keep China’s economy on a steady growth trajectory, the Chinese government plans to spend billions on road and railway construction, as well as invest an unspecified amount in projects relating to water conservation and power generation and distribution. The Chinese Premier released the government work report in 2016. It included the following targets:
- $340 billion investment in road construction
- More than $165 billion investment in railway construction
- Start construction on 20 water conservation projects