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China Cycle 2006: Fight for Space!

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SHANGHAI, China (Jan 2) – The 2005 version of China Cycle was a huge succes: 960 exhibitors shared 80,000 square metres, 3800 booths and more than 100,000 visitors from 73 countries. But 2006 is promising to be even bigger and better. The 3800 booths will not be enough: until now, 4006 booths have been ordered […]

SHANGHAI, China (Jan 2) – The 2005 version of China Cycle was a huge succes: 960 exhibitors shared 80,000 square metres, 3800 booths and more than 100,000 visitors from 73 countries. But 2006 is promising to be even bigger and better. The 3800 booths will not be enough: until now, 4006 booths have been ordered by keen exhibitors, and the waiting list is still growing. The organiser, the China Bicycle Association (CBA) is doing their utmost to cater for the growing demand. All 7 halls in the exhibition centre are booked, plus halls E3 and E4, which are technically still under construction. The builders will try and meet the deadline, but cannot guarantee as yet. Meanwhile, the CBA has taken all possible steps to fit in as many exhibitors as possible; like companies sharing their booth-space and extra space in the inner-square, for open-air displays.
More info on: www.e-chinacycle.com.

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