CIFF-Guangzhou 2023 is bigger and better

More than 4,000 exhibitors and an exhibition area of 7,00,000 square metres will make the 51st China International Furniture Festival (CIFF) in Guangzhou the world’s largest trade fair in 2023.

It will be dedicated to the entire furniture supply chain, taking place over two phases – 18th to 21st March and 28th to 31st March – at the Canton Fair Complex in Guangzhou Pazhou.

It includes home, office, and commercial furniture, home decor and textiles, and outdoor furniture, in addition to the materials, components, and machinery offered at CIFM/Interzum Guangzhou.

Home Furniture (18-21 March) is dedicated to creating China’s best trade fair for original home furnishing products. A new concept and an exhibition layout distributed over three functional divisions optimise the presence of exhibitors, both Chinese and international (coming from 16 countries), organised to display new trends and showcase new solutions for complete, environmentally sustainable furnishings, integrated with artificial intelligence and dedicated to improving people’s quality of life.

The six pavilions comprising Area A in the exhibition complex will feature 150 selected brands with focus on design. The third edition of the Design Spring CIFF Contemporary Chinese Furniture Design Fair takes place in pavilions 6.1 through 8.1, occupying double the floor space and featuring 80 more exhibitors compared to the first edition.

Leading brands are among the main players in the upholstered furniture section in pavilions 1.2 through 5.2 that has grown by over 30% each year. This section helps to promote the evolution of consumption towards an increasingly ‘smart’, healthy, fashionable, and environmentally sustainable life.

Area B is themed ‘Create the New’. Leading manufacturers of high-end dining and living room furniture offer one-stop services in sourcing, OEM, and ODM.

Demand for these services among international customers and partners has grown so much that, since last year’s edition, the number of exhibitors has increased from 150 to 450 and the dedicated pavilions from two to seven.

The Poly World Trade Centre hosts outdoor furniture, sunshade and leisure, the largest and most professional outdoor furniture exhibition in Asia. Themed ‘Boom’, this exhibition covers four pavilions, over 50% more than the last edition.

CIFM/Interzum Guanzhou occupies 18 pavilions of the exhibition complex and an exhibition area of over 1,60,000 square metres, offering a complete range of machinery, materials, hardware, and accessories for the furniture industry.

Participating companies include Homag, Biesse, SCM, DTC, Tutti, SH-ABC, OPK, Schattdecor, Rehau, Dilong, Furen, Huawon, Liamax, Nanxing and KDT.



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