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Sign China 2011 organies China's definitive sign event

Friday, December 17, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Sign China - The largest sign event in the first half year will be held from 1-4 March 2011 at the China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex, Area B. Since its first debut in 2003, SIGN CHINA has continued to grow and develop rapidly with the market. In 2011, SIGN CHINA in conjunction with LED CHINA, will provide a one-stop sourcing platform for the industry across the entire supply chain: from indoor & outdoor format printer, engraver to exhibition & display equipment, and LED display & components to LED lighting. The show has established itself as a must-attend trade event in Asia.

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Record Breaking Event In 2011
- more than 1,400 exhibitors, 39% increase from 2010
- over 95% are manufacturers
- 9 halls with a total exhibition area of nearly 90,000 sqm  
- 60,000 visitors expected

Quick Look At The Layout

Hall 9.1
Exhibition and Display Equipment, Lightbox, Signage, Acrylic Panel

Hall 10.1
Printer Materials & Components

Hall 11.1
Indoor & Outdoor Large Format Printer, Engraver & Laser

Hall 13.1
Integrated Hall

Halls 9.2,10.2&11.2
LED Display, LED Chip, LED Packaging, LED Equipment

Hall 12.2&13.2
LED Lighting

Two leading events under one roof
Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience what's hot in the LED industry. LED CHINA 2011 attracts over 900 companies, making the show the single largest LED event in the world.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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