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The South China Electricity Exhibition 2008

08.05.2008
Guangzhou, China - This exhibition covering the A-Z of power, expects to attract 300 exhibitors and 30,000 international visitors.

2008 South China International Electric Equipment and Technology Exhibition will be held on August 31-September 2, 2008, in Jinhan Exhibition Center in Guangzhou, China. It is organized by Guangzhou Baisheng Exhibition Services Company, which has great expertise in organizing international exhibitions.

The first year show attracted 143 companies from all over the world, and 8,316 Electrical Professionals from more than 30 countries. In 2008, it is expected to attract 300 exhibitors and 30,000 international visitors.

Fact sheet of the Electricity South China 2008:
Expected size: 15000 sqm
In 2008 exhibitors will come from
Korea
America
Canada
Russia
Germany
Italy
Holland
Uk
French
Malaysia
Turkey
India
China
Hongkong
Taiwan and so on.
Visitors will come from more than 40 countries.
Scope of Exhibits
 Power generation
Nuclear reactors, Steam boilers, Steam turbines, Other Power generating System
 Motors and generators
Direct current machines, Alternative current generators, AC motors, Small motors less than 100W, Motor-generators, Tools & devices with self contained motors, Other motors and generators
 Transmission and Distribution Equipment
Transformers, Instrument transformers, power converters, Power capacitors Lightning arresters, Grounding resisters, Reactors, Electric furnaces and heating equipment, Electric welders, Insulators, Other transmission and Distribution equipment, Switchgears and Controlgears, Switchgears and controlgears, Switching devices, High voltage switches, Low voltage circuit breakers, High voltage circuit breakers
 IT Implementation of Electrical Equipments
Distribution automation system, Automation meter reading system, Superbisory control And Data aquisition system, Power line communication, Direct load control system, Digital electrical equipment
 Other
Cable & Wire, Insulators, Testing equipment, Electrical accessories
Target Visitors
 Building Contractors & Engineering Firms œ LV Electrical Contractors
 Contractors - Infrastructure & Large Scale Projects œ Industrial Endusers
 Developers - Properties & Projects œ Electrical Installation Firms
 Manufacturers - Electrical Equipment œ Power Supply Bureau
 Research & Design Institute - LV & Building Electrical
August 31-September 2, 2008
Venue: Guangzhou Jinhan Exhibition Center
For more information:
Guangzhou Baisheng Exhibition Services Co., Ltd.
ADD: Jiayue Building 306, Tianhe Square, Zhongshan Road 38, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China.
Post Code: 510660
TEL: 0086-20-62989488@62989489
FAX: 0086-20-62989480
Contact Person: Mr. zhong
E-mail: info@baishengexpo.com

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