Sunday 26th May, 2019

China’s biggest bulk handling expo just two weeks away

China’s largest bulk material handling exhibition is only two weeks away, with more than 20,000 visitors expected to attend.

China’s largest bulk material handling exhibition is only two weeks away, with more than 20,000 visitors expected to attend.

The fifth China International Bulk Material Conveying and Handling Expo (CBME) is set to bring world-class exhibitors to showcase the latest in conveying equipment, stacking, reclaiming and handling equipment, power and drive devices and conveyor support equipment.

More than 8000 decision makers and buyers from the heavy industry sector will attend, with representatives from more than 500 mining companies, 300 coal companies, 200 cement companies and 30 bulk ports.

Spread across 400,000 square metres of exhibition space, CBME will bring dozens of global companies including SIEMENS, BEUMER and YUEJI under the one roof.

TAKRAF Tenova Mining Technology Director Rene Wharf said the event provides a great platform to display new technologies and create a significant amount of business opportunities.

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“TAKRAF’s brand and products have benefited greatly from the publicity we achieved at CBME. We also met several important customers on the show floor, helping us build connections with our clients.”

Huadian Heavy Industries, a designer and manufacturer of engineering technical products related to bulk material conveying, will be attending the event after experiencing positive benefits from exhibiting in previous years.

“This event gathers together most of the leading and key business decision makers in the industry,” Huadian Heavy Industries Vice President, Department of Electrical Engineering, Gu Sheng said.

Liebherr Group CEO, Andreas Boehm said company was impressed by the last year’s event and would return to the show in 2019.

“This year, we grandly launch series of transporters, loaders, scrap handlers, port cranes, and mining dumpers, and get nods of professional visitors at CBME 2018,” Boehm said.

“This is a great success for us! We will keep striving and growing in the bulk material conveying and handling field. See you in 2019!”

CBME will take place during May 29-31 2019 at the New China International Exhibition Centre in Beijing, jointly organised by the Metallurgical Mines’ Association of China, The Non Ferrous Metals Society of China, China Association of Plant Engineering, and the Beijing Hiven Exhibition Company.

For more information, please visit http://en.bjcbme.com/ or contact donna@hwexpo.com.