In 2023, China will host 10 major exhibitions on the themes of forest industry, forestry and woodworking at a time. Flyur Asadullin, representative of the Republic of Bashkortostan in the Russian trade mission to China, expert of the Russian-Chinese Committee for Friendship, Peace and Development, spoke about it today.
Russian companies can make themselves known in China and find partners through the PRC Timber Industry Association among Chinese carpenters, as well as by participating in one of the exhibitions in this field.
“The association was founded in 1982 and has over 3,000 members across the country. We met Mr. Zhai Dongqiong, Director of China Forest Industry Association, quite recently, but we have already established strong business relationship. As befits an industry association, it coordinates timber production and processing enterprises across China and facilitates timber imports from overseas. As you know, Russia is the main supplier of forest resources to the Chinese market, but in addition to raw wood, there is also a need in China for woodworking products, such as OSB and MDF,” said Flyur, an expert with the Russian-Chinese Committee for Friendship, Peace and Development Asadullin.
Thus, in particular, the first specialized exhibition will be held in Dalian from June 2 to 5, the second will be held in Linyi (Shandong province) from September 16 to 18, 2023.
“We invite all interested Russian entrepreneurs to mutually beneficial contacts with this business association and others in China, and we invite you to participate in the exhibitions. I am ready to give advice on the 10 events, if you are interested in the subject, write to [email protected]”– summarizes Flyur Asadullin.
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