Furniture China 2009 will open its doors in 6 weeks. With 15 years of experiences, Furniture China has become the leading furniture show in Asia and TOP 5 in the world, held annually in September in Shanghai. Furniture China 2009 will host more than 2,300 exhibitors displaying their products on 400,000-sqm exhibition area. European manufacturers and companies from Asia will have a stronger presence this year. Pavilions from France, Italy, Malaysia & Indonesia and famous brands from USA, Australia, Greece, Germany, UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Korea, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and India have all confirmed their participation and will display their latest products and share their knowledge on innovation & design onsite. Furniture China 2009 centers on a set of six themes. Major Themes On One Purchasing Platform include: Home furniture: This section continues its reign as the most popular and biggest of the show. From clean, modern lines to gilded elegance, every conceivable style of furniture will be on display for every type of home lifestyle. Office Furniture: a professional exhibition combining modern office furniture products with a comfortable and healthy working environment. A simulated integrated office area will be showcased for first time for meetings, new products release and VIP resting area. Furnishings, Fabrics & Lightings: the place to find that decorative touch with carpets, decorative fabrics, lightings, oil paintings, sculptures, and wall decorations, which transform a simple environment into a design masterpiece. Kitchen & Cabinet: the best of international and domestic brands of kitchen and bathroom cabinets. It is a great chance to meet new construction and trendy design of high-quality manufacturers. Furniture Manufacturing & Supply: several display sections to satisfy market demands, such as office fittings, fabric and leather, upholstery furniture manufacturing, saw/blades and tools etc. FMC Premium: high-end exhibition for suppliers of basic furniture materials, chemicals, fittings and semi-finished products.
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