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Exhibitor Statements at IFAT CHINA 2006

06-30-2006 03:42 PM CET | Energy & Environment

Press release from: Messe München GmbH

Fritz Egger
Director of International Operations, JWC Environmental, USA
“The traffic at the exhibition was very strong. In contrast to other shows in the region IFAT CHINA is very professionally managed – quite similarly to the high quality of IFAT in Munich.”

Izidor Debenc
Area Sales Manager, Savatech, Slovenia
“We are very pleased to join IFAT CHINA. We made real promising contacts, which we expect to fix in concrete business after the show. We are very satisfied.”

John Ding
General Manager, Shanghai GB Drainage Technology Co Ltd – Hydrotec, China
“We are very glad to join IFAT CHINA 2006 again. The trade-fair is a very good opportunity for us as a manufacturer and supplier to gain our knowledge for our market development.”

Anja Flick
Marketing Manager, IBAK Helmut Hunger, Germany
“For IBAK Helmut Hunger it was the first exhibition in China. We have been very amazed about the interest, which had been shown in our products. We have made many interesting business contacts and are looking forward to participate again in IFAT CHINA 2008.”

Mr. Liu Jia
Secretary General, China Wood-Plastic Composites Union, China
“At this year's IFAT CHINA our union focused on wood reuse. We aimed to convey this to visitors through our products. The overseas visitors were impressed by our new recycled wooden product range. IFAT CHINA 2006 delivered a great global exposure for us.”

Mr. Huang Shi Keng
Analyst, China International Engineering Consulting Corporation, China
“Environmental protection is one of the key tasks of the Chinese government. As a visitor of IFAT CHINA I’m happy to see that it brings leading products and technologies into China. The trade-fair introduced me to new concepts and more choices for further decision-making.”

Astrid Klug
Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany
“German environmental administrators, German industry and German research institutions can offer experience and innovative environmental solutions. IFAT CHINA and the accompanying conference offered an excellent opportunity to present these and to strengthen cooperation and the exchange of experience.”

Johannes Lohaus
Managing Director, German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA), Germany
“The rising economic atmosphere in modern China, showcased by Shanghai, has been carried forward to the second IFAT CHINA. Internationality and professionalism of this trade-fair are absolutely convincing. With its comprehensive accompanying program, IFAT CHINA excels as the hot spot for the key players of the environmental technology. DWA especially recommends to join IFAT CHINA and its accompanying program.”

Fritz P. Kuhn
Managing Director, FPK Marketing + Communication, Organiser of the Swiss pavilion, Switzerland
“Participating the first time with a joint national pavilion the Swiss exhibitors are impressed by the high quality of the trade-fair and its visitors. The fair opened a promising gateway to new future business on the Asian market.”


Matthias Müller
Deputy General Manager Sales & Marketing, German Centre for Industry and Trade in Shanghai, China
“IFAT CHINA turned out to be an arena, which met our key target: to present our professional network of the German Centre as a platform to start business in China.”

Angela Smith
Business Director, Valeswood, United Kingdom
“IFAT CHINA in Shanghai has been an excellent show with high quality enquiries from the visitors. The Chinese market is huge and we are hopeful that a number of definite projects will follow after the fair.”

Volker von Ludowig
Managing Director, Remondis Group, Germany
“Due to the implementation of the new environmental laws in China, industry and public authorities are forced to react and to start new projects. We experienced this need of know-how and technologies at IFAT CHINA and believe the fair as an excellent opportunity to get access to the Chinese environmental market.”

Mr. Jiang Bo Zhong
Vice General Manager, HUBER TECHNOLOGY, China
“IFAT CHINA is a leading environmental protection show in China. We have generated valuable contacts during IFAT CHINA 2006. We met visitors from design institutions and relevant governmental departments. IFAT CHINA created a platform to meet our potential clients intensively. For sure we will participate in IFAT CHINA 2008 again.”

About Messe München International (MMI) Messe München International (MMI, Munich Trade Fairs International Group) is one of the world’s leading trade-fair companies. It organises around 40 trade fairs for capital and consumer goods, and key high-tech industries. Each year over 30,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries, and over two million visitors from more than 200 countries take part in the events in Munich. In addition, MMI organises trade fairs in Asia, Russia, the Middle East and South America. With four subsidiaries abroad and 62 foreign representatives, looking after 86 countries, MMI has a truly global network.

Petra Gagel, Press Officer IFAT China
Marketing & Communication, Investment Goods
Telephone: 49 89 / 9 49-20244, Fax: 49 89 / 9 49-20249
E-mail: petra.gagel@messe-muenchen.de

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