FMC China 2013 to feature more than 850 exhibitors

SHANGHAI — Members of the Yuhang Home Textile Industry Assn. will be among those attending Furniture Manufacturing & Supply China 2013, set for Sept. 11-14 in two venues here.

Show representatives said that more than 850 domestic and international exhibitors are registered for FMC China 2013. The event will be held concurrently with FMC Premium 2013.

Zhejiang Yuhang is a key home textile industry base in China, according to show organizers.

FMC China 2013's main venue is the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center. It will feature exhibits in more than 80 categories including woodworking machinery and tools, furniture hardware and fittings, furniture inspection design and services, cabinet/wardrobe fittings and furniture lighting accessories, furniture panels and surface decoration, furniture fabric and leather, upholstery furniture components and supplies, semi-finished furniture, office furniture supplies and gas springs, furniture coatings, adhesives and chemicals products.

The other venue, the Shanghai New International Exhibition Center, include brands focused on showcasing leading-edge products, organizers said.

In addition to the Yuhang Home Textile Industry Assn., other groups participating include the North Carolina and Pennsylvania Hardwood Pavilions, the American Hardwood Export Council, the Swedish Trade & Invest Council, the French Timber Industry Assn., the Taiwan Woodworking Machinery Assn., the Asia International Furniture Material Trading Center and the China Haining Home Textile Assn.

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