CHINACOAT 2014 - 19th China International Exhibition for Coatings, Printing Inks and Adhesives

The 19th China International Exhibition for Coatings, Printing Inks and Adhesives (CHINACOAT 2014), in conjunction with SFCHINA 2014, is organized by Sinostar Internationl Ltd. and will be staged at Halls: 9.2, 10.2, 11.2, 12.2, 10.3 & 11.3 of China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex, Guangzhou from December 3 to December 5, 2014.

China International Exhibition for Coatings, Printing Inks and Adhesives (CHINACOAT) is a global industry event organized since 1996 and alternates annually between the venues in Guangzhou and Shanghai, P. R. China. With a portfolio covering the whole spectrum of the coatings industry, CHINACOAT 2013 achieved a record attendance of 25,601 industry visitors and 1,032 exhibitors. In 2014, the 19th China International Exhibition for Coatings, Printing Inks and Adhesives (CHINACOAT 2014) will be held in Guangzhou again. We will continue to serve the industry and deliver success from there!


1. CHINACOAT is a must-exhibit SUPER coatings show!

  • Benefit from over 18 years’ experience — CHINACOAT is a highly targeted trade exhibition for promoting your business in the industry.

  • A great way to expand your network with high quality leads — CHINACOAT is the ideal platform for suppliers to meet thousands of industry’s most influential decision makers all within 3 days in one place.

  • Maintain your competitive edge in today’s challenging economic climate — the value and effectiveness of exhibiting at CHINACOAT remain constant. No matter in good or bad times, you should continue to exhibit.

2. China is the world’s largest producer and end-user of coatings

  • In 2012, the coatings output of China reached 12.72 million tons, with a year-on-year increase of 11.8%. Over the next few years, the industry is expected to maintain a minimum 10% growth every year.

  • China’s domestic demand for paint and coatings increases at a very fast pace despite the global economic challenges, accounting for over one-half of the Asia Pacific Region’s consumption in 2012.

  • Per capita paint consumption remains relatively low in China at approximately 7.2 kg, indicating that there is considerable potential for the market to grow further.

3. South China continues to be the largest production and consumption area of coatings in the country

  • Ranked first in 2012, South China accounted for 30% of the national coatings production output or 3.8 million tons, an increase of 9.9% compared with the year 2011.

  • Compared with 2011, the number of buyers in South China increased by 16%, accounting for 32.1% of the national coatings consumption.

4. When a country witnesses growth in its GDP and personal income, the consumption of coatings will also increase

  • China’s GDP growth was 7.8% in 2012, well above the global average, and is anticipated to attain 7.5% in 2013 and continues to outpace other leading economies.

  • 2012 Guangdong's GDP reached RMB5.7 trillion, an increase of 8.2% over 2011, has been ranking first for 24 years.

5. The coatings market potential is further enhanced by the rapid industrialization and urbanization as well as sustainable economic development in China

  • Rapid local urbanization and public desire for a better quality of life intensify the domestic demand of the downstream and end-user industries, such as building and construction industries, which remain major end-users of coatings and paint.

  • Increasingly stringent environmental rules and regulations urge the elimination of backward production capacity, at the same time promoting industrial upgrading and application of eco-friendly, high-end, high functional products.


Name: Sinostar Internationl Ltd.
Address: 2101-2, 21/F., Jubilee Centre, 42-46 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2865 0062
Fax: (852) 2804 2256
E-Mail: [email protected]


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