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Hosfair Guangzhou to open on Thursday 26th June


Hosfair Guangzhou to open on Thursday 26th June

Hosfair Guangzhou, or to give the event its full title the Guangzhou International Hospitality Equipment and Supplies Fair is one of the most important exhibitions in the hospitality industry not only in China, Asia, but across the world.

Now in its 12th year Hosfair Guangzhou has earned itself a leading position in the global hospitality industry, by being the focal point for displaying all the latest trends as well as becoming a major fulcrum for meeting the key players in the hospitality and most importantly for lowering professional exchange of all the latest information on what’s going on in hospitality today and is liable to be happening over the next year.

On display at Hosfair Guangzhou, regarded as being the biggest hotel kitchenware expo in China, will be a very wide range of products specifically produced for the hospitality industry including the following:

  • Commercial kitchen and catering equipment,
  • Hotel lounge and bedroom furniture,
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Tableware,
  • Hotel linen,
  • Cleaning equipment and supplies,
  • Laundry equipment and supplies,
  • Lobby furniture,
  • Electrical items guestroom articles,
  • Wines,
  • Food.

For those considering exhibiting, the organisers of Hosfair Guangzhou, guarantees not only an impressively high visitor turnout, but also the key players coming from every sector of the hospitality industry from around the world.

Hosfair take place over three days starting off on Thursday, 26th June and winding down on Saturday evening the 28th, and run in conjunction with the Guangzhou International Coffee Equipment & Supplies Fair at the massive China Import and Export Fair Complex, in the city of Guangzhou.

Guangzhou is the capital as well as the largest city in southern China, and the third largest in all of the country..

Nestling on the banks of the Pearl River, the city of Guangzhou, often known as the south gate of China, offers direct flights to and from all corners of the world including Los Angeles, Vancouver, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, as well as all of the other major Asian cities, and is just a short (120 kilometers) trip away from Hong Kong and Macau.

Visitors to the city will be impressed by its contrasts of the traditional and the modern, offering very fine hotels, excellent restaurants modern transport facilities to and from the airport and within the bustling city center.

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