Kinforest Tyre Co. Ltd. – a Chinese company whose brand portfolio (led by Kinforest) is imported in the UK by various wholesalers including Micheldever – were promoting the performance of their products during the Citexpo show in Shanghai.
As well as raising the profile of its brands in general, Crown Tyre launched its new Evermax brand at Citexpo. According to company representatives, the parent brand Crown Tyre is offering “several new products under its existing Gremax brand, but is also introducing the Evermax name as well.
Spanish-based Membat exhibited at Citexpo for the third time this year. The company, which has been in business 10 years now, established its Membat private brand five years back. Demonstrating its private brand pedigree, the company owns the brand name, the moulds and has registered its patterns, which the firm is proud to say are designed in Spain. Production of Membat tyres began in 2012 and so these tyres are therefore entering the third year of manufacturing now.
The Altenzo tyre brand, which is owned by Chinese alloy wheel maker PDW Group, used Citexpo 2014 as the platform for a world-first addition to its UHP range.
The show saw the long-awaited release of the Altenzo Sports Comforter in 245/25 R22, which according to the company makes the firm the first in the world to make this size available for mass production.
Following the conclusion of Citexpo 2014 on 11 September, all initial figures point to the event being the most successful in the international tyre show’s history…by some way. Indeed, with this year’s unaudited visitor total said to have been around the 11,000 mark, the 2014 show could have grown by as much as 50 per cent since the last event, which attracted just over 7,000 visitors.
Citexpo 2014 opened its doors today to what looks like will be record breaking numbers of visitors by the end of the week. According to Reliable Exhibitions (the show organiser), China International Tire Expo, as it is more formally known, saw at least 5,200 visitors pass through the doors of the Shanghai Everbright Exhibition Centre during the course of the opening day. Inside, visitors found large, modern stands from the show’s 348 exhibitors (up 13 on last year’s total) spread across four halls for the first time in the show’s 12-year history.
When the twelfth China International Tire Expo (CITExpo) kicks off on 10, 11 and 12 September 2014 the organiser (Reliable International Exhibition Services Co, Ltd.) hopes to be able to claim the title of “largest Far Eastern tyre trade show”. And in order to do this the company is increasing available floor space by some 20 per cent.
When the 12th edition of China International Tire Expo (CITExpo) opens its doors at the Shanghai Everbright Convention and Exhibition Center between 10 and 12 September 2014 it is set to be the biggest in the event’s history. According to the Organizer, Reliable International Exhibition Services Co., Ltd., the addition of a new hall – hall D – as well as the fast take up of space in halls 1-3 has made the difference this year.
When the twelfth China International Tire Expo (CITExpo) kicks off on 10, 11 and 12 September 2014 the organiser (Reliable International Exhibition Services Co, Ltd.) hopes to be able to claim the title of “largest Far Eastern tyre trade show”. And in order to this the company is increasing available floor space by some 20 per cent.