Restyling Products Fundamental to China Show

May 31, 2013

The 2013 China International Auto Aftermarket Fair (CIAAF), set for June 26-30 in Zhengzhou, China, will feature more than 3,000 exhibitors. The show highlights the growth of China’s auto accessories industry, which experienced 27 percent growth to $80 billion in 2012, according to Reed Hongda Exhibitions.

Years of auto sales boom in China has made the country the No.1 auto market in the world, and millions of car owners are beginning to explore their mobile living spaces by customizing them with supercharged exteriors, personalized interiors and gadgets, according to the company.

The event will showcase the latest car cushions, automotive decorations, retrofitting, mobile electronics, maintenance solutions and solar films. Attendees will be able to view new products and experience hundreds of demonstrations.

“The CIAAF has long been China’s largest and most influential auto accessories show, which is why we are very excited that this year’s event is shaping up to be one of the best in the show’s history,” said Sun Gang, senior vice president of Reed Exhibitions Greater China. “We are anticipating attendees to reach 100,000 this June, which is going to test the operations capacity of our international team, but we’re ready.”

The show’s list of exhibitors includes 3M, Letbon, Konica Minolta, Solazone, Cold Steel, RoadRover, V-Kool, LLumar Window Films, GlossMax, Dadeupright, Carlas, Anjuny, Top-Tech Tinting, Quantum, Carmate, Meiying, Benrui, NFA and TWG.

For more information, visit www.ciaaf.com.cn.