Pressrelease

China Paper - Focus on Shanghai 2014


After careful consideration, Adforum and EJK, the organizers of China Paper/China Forest have decided not to go ahead with the arrangements of China Paper/China Forest 2013 in Beijing, September 2-4, 2013. The focus will now lie on the coming China Paper event in Shanghai, September 15-17, 2014.

In the autumn of 2012 our former Chinese sales associate since several years back, China National Pulp and Paper Research Institute (CNPPRI), launched a competing show scheduled just a few weeks after China Paper/China Forest 2013.

Two similar trade shows that close to each other would not be beneficial for exhibitors, visitors or the industry as a whole. The organizers of China Paper/China Forest have therefore tried to negotiate a resolution with CNPPRI involving a merge of the two shows into one strong meeting place. Negotiation efforts have not been successful. Adforum/EJK have therefore decided to discontinue the arrangements of China Paper/China Forest 2013 in Beijing.

China Paper/China Forest has successfully served the needs of the industry since 1987, with exceedingly positive feedback from exhibitors and visitors alike. Adforum/EJK now look ahead and invite Chinese and International exhibitors, visitors and industry professionals to the 21st edition of China Paper in Shanghai, September 15-17, 2014. Like previous editions, the show is taking place at INTEX, Shanghai, featuring a highest quality international exhibition and conference.

The last China Paper Shanghai in 2012 proved once again the excellent reputation and track record of the event with visitor figures up 11% from the year before. More than 7300 highly qualified attendees and buyers from across China and 52 other countries could enjoy an exhibition of almost 400 companies.

For questions please contact:

Mr Patrik Löwstedt, Adforum , Vice President,
patrik.lowstedt@adforumworld.com, Ph: +46 8 749 43 61

Mrs Grace Mak, E.J Krause Associates, Inc., Regional Director,
gracemakk@gmail.com, Ph: +86 10 8451 1832