Meet 18 German companies
Kitchen & Bath China 2018
5 – 8 June 2018
SNIEC - Shanghai New International Expo Centre
Shanghai, P. R. China
Welcome to the German Pavilion at the Kitchen & Bath China 2018!
On behalf of all exhibitors, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) and the German Valve Manufacturer Association (VDMA) we wish the participants and visitors of Kitchen & Bath China a warm welcome.
This year, as well as for the past 13 years, VDMA and the German Ministry of Economics have decided to sponsor the German Pavilion at Kitchen & Bath China (KBC).
German suppliers of kitchen, bathroom and installation products are glad to present their products and solutions to Chinese customers at the German Pavilion at KBC 2018. Apart from the high-quality kitchen, sustainable bathroom and installation products, German manufactures line up to show that sustainable products and modern design is no contradiction at all. Trends such as spa at home or the use of natural materials like wood become more and more popular both in Western and Asian countries.
Responsible and concerted action for a sustainable usage of water is one of the most important global aims of the 21st century. The German sanitary industry offers a variety of technical solutions which do justice to this objective. Under the banner "Blue Responsibility", German renowned brands present products which document their special expertise in the field of technological competence when dealing with water in a sustainable way. The claim, "Blue Responsibility - Sustainable Sanitary Solutions", serves as a unifying element and therefore as an identifying feature. The word "Blue" acts as a literal water symbol, whilst "Responsibility" represents the responsible handling of this precious resource.
The KBC show is the most important platform in Asia for German suppliers of taps, sanitary products, valves, sinks and bathroom as well as kitchen appliances to meet regular and new customers such as planners, architects, distributers and installers. China has achieved a lot in terms of water quality and technical standards in recent years. However, water is a scarce good in China. The challenge of an urbanisation at a tearing pace on the one hand, but old pipelines, outdated water treatment plants and leakage on the other hand have led to problems in water supply and water quality. Water scarcity and the unequal allocation of water, especially in regions such as the dry northern part of the country; make the efficient usage of water resources indispensable in China. German manufacturers are aware of these challenges and are able to offer product solutions supporting a hygienic, thoughtful and sustainable way of using drinking water.
The German exhibitors are looking forward to meeting you in hall W1.
NEOPERL Faucet Components (Shanghai) Co. Ltd
Booth number: Hall W1 D12
Flühs Drehtechnik GmbH
Booth number: Hall W1 E23
Booth number: Hall W1 E01
Booth number: Hall W1 D67
Showerlay WIPER Line Zonda
Booth number: Hall W1 D60
High-end grinding solution
Booth number: Hall W1 D65
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Motion C 33 1/3 Plus
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Progressiv C 29 Plus
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