The 6th China (Guangzhou) International Exhibition For Steel Construction & Metal Building Materials 2017 (Steel Build 2017)
Date: May 12th-14th, 2017
Venue: Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center Expo
Steel Residence, Main Engine for the Growth of Steel Construction Market
It has been required by the action plan on the promotion and application of green construction materials released by the government last year, that steel frame technology should not only be adopted in public construction, but also widely applied to residence, especially houses in the countryside. This year, the government has again emphasized that the promotion of steel construction should be integrated with the reformation of urban shantytowns and dangerous buildings. Therefore, Mr. Dnag Baowei, President of steel construction branch of China Construction Metal Association, predicted that steel houses will be the major engine for the growth of China’s steel construction market.
The Number of Steel Warehouses Predicted to Grow Drastically
While Chinese residents are all cheering for the rise of e-business, Chinese warehousing industry is also vigorously flourishing. In order to provide services with higher quality to customers, e-business magnates are now building their large-scale warehouses all across China. For example, JD has already deployed 196 warehouses in 46 big cities. And now it is planing on expanding its business to 2nd and 3rd tier cities. Other competitors in this rough competition include Amazon, Alibaba Group, SUNING, Dangdang, etc. New contestants at home and abroad are also entering every year. It is not hard to imagine that needs for logistics facilities of high standard, such as steel frame warehouses, will grow drastically.
According to statistics, in China steel frame construction only accounts for about 2% of the total construction area, which means the gate to China’s steel construction market is wide open to you. If you want to grab on to your opportunities, please register as our exhibitor or visitor!
Guangdong Grandeur International Exhibition Group
Contact person：Trista Chan