Made-in-China.com’s Amazing April Lands in Germany
“Made in China” Seen Again in Germany – HANNOVER MESSE Showcases Chinese High-quality Products.
Made-in-China.com’s event, Amazing April, brought together many high-level Chinese suppliers to participate in the HANNOVER MESSE and held a Selected Sourcing Connect (SSC) in Berlin. This is Made-in-China.com’s second participation in a German exhibition after attending the ASIA PACIFIC SOURCING in February this year. Made-in-China.com has also announced plans to participate in seven offline exhibitions to be held in Germany in 2023.
A Wuhan-based hydraulic tools company showing their products to attendees
At the booth organized by Made-in-China.com, many Chinese companies jointly exhibited nearly a hundred products, demonstrating the strength of “Made in China”. Among them, the latest products and solutions in areas such as intelligent manufacturing, energy conservation and environmental protection, new energy, and automation equipment garnered significant attention.
Made-in-China.com, in partnership with Chinese and German business associations, organized Selected Sourcing Connect to promote opportunities.
On the afternoon of April 24th local time in Germany, Made-in-China.com, in partnership with the China Association of Trade in Services and the German Chamber of Commerce in China, held an offline Selected Sourcing Connect at the Berliner Congress Center, inviting more than 50 purchasing companies were invited to meet and share their procurement needs with.
Made-in-China.com’s staff and German buyers at the SSC
The buyers were interested in various industries, such as solar energy, beauty and hairdressing, chemical and plastic products, food equipment, transportation, furniture, and kitchenware. Yuli, CEO of the Sino-German joint venture Infra Dianba, stated that the German government has introduced policies to support photovoltaic power generation, and the installed capacity of photovoltaic power is expected to reach 140-200GW by 2030. This would create a huge demand for electric vehicle integration equipment will be needed. In addition, new projects such as the Internet of Things and intelligent transportation developed under these policies also require a significant number of Chinese suppliers who could offer integrated technology and services combining artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and new energy. Furthermore, Germany will also focus on implementing distributed energy and virtual power grid projects, which would require a lot of battery products.
During the Selected Sourcing Connect, suppliers from Made-in-China.com met with German buyers through on-site video links, and achieved efficient communication and precise matching. More than 60 purchasing requirements were released during the event, with a total value of over ten million US dollars..
According to Made-in-China.com’s “Multilingual Business Opportunities – Germany” publication, the total inquiry volume from German buyers on Made-in-China.com rose by 57.14% in 2022 compared to the previous year. The most popular industries were manufacturing and processing machinery, medical and health care, electrical and electronic products, transportation, industrial equipment and components. In the future, Chinese foreign trade enterprises will will keep providing high-quality products to the German market. Made-in-China.com plans to organize Selected Sourcing Connect events in 18 countries this year and will continue to expand its service into other countries, such as Malaysia, Poland, Thailand, the UK, the Netherlands, etc., to meet the sourcing needs of various countries.
Founded in 1998, Made-in-China.com specializes in B2B cross-border trade. It is an integrated service platform committed to tapping business opportunities by providing one-stop full-cycle trade services for its global buyers and Chinese suppliers.
Amazing April link: https://u.made-in-china.com/4dTNSRm2