R+T Asia experiencing unabated growth / German Pavilion facilitates market entry

Asia has set records galore in the last few years. The 15th edition in March 2019 was the most successful event ever with 642 exhibitors.

Asia’s leading trade fair for sun protection and doors/gates is experiencing a run: compared with the previous event, 20 per cent more exhibition space has already been sold four months before the start of the trade fair (24 to 26 February 2020). R+T Asia has set records galore in the last few years. The 15th edition in March 2019 was the most successful event ever with 642 exhibitors. International companies appreciate R+T Asia for providing the opportunity for entry into Asian market or use it to cultivate customer contacts in the ASEAN region. Over and beyond the trade fair, manufacturers and retailers also meet one another in matchmaking and hosted buyer programmes.

Manuela Keller, Project Manager for R+T Asia is delighted: “R+T Asia is developing very well and has been a fixed date for the industry for many years. The growing interest among international companies satisfies the increasing demand for quality and know-how from China – a win-win situation for both sides.”

The following international companies, for example, have already registered: DongWon Industry, Vertilux, Winplus, Forest Group, Teh Yor, Hansoltex, Wintec Korea, Macco, Ateja Tritunggal, Standard Business Development, S.A.Recasens, Kirayteks Tekstil, Hansol IMB, Gerhard Geiger Antriebstechnik, BMP Europe, Tachikawa, Resstende and Sauleda.

German Pavilion

The joint stand funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics represents a good opportunity for German companies to enter the market or create a broader market presence. The National Federation of Door and Gate Manufacturers (BVT) and the Federal Association for Manufacturers of Roller Shutters and Sun Protection (BVRS) jointly promoted the inclusion of R+T Asia in the foreign trade fair programme of the German federal government. Every year since 2006, companies have exhibited under the motto “Made in Germany” in the German Pavilion which occupies the best position in the international hall. The services relating to participation in the German Pavilion include a lower participation fee. Stand construction and furniture are already included in this fee. An interpreter is available on the spot for discussions with customers while a meeting lounge is integrated in the stand concept.