Harbin to hold furniture exhibition
The 15th Harbin International Furniture Exhibition is scheduled to be held at Harbin International Convention and Exhibition Center from April 15 to 17, according to information from a press conference held by Harbin municipal government on April 3.
The event will involve 10 exhibition areas with office devices, sofas, woodwork machinery and accessories, as well as customized furniture and “smart” furniture. The total exhibition area will cover 74,000 square meters.
Around 500 businesses from Russia, the United States, and the Netherlands, as well as firms from Beijing, Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces, will attend a three-day event in Harbin.
In addition, a summit on the furniture industry will be held during the exhibition, exploring the development potential of customized and “smart” furniture.
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