Published On: Mon, Oct 19th, 2015

Tableware Symphony in Shanghai

0861504028-dOTELEX Shanghai 2016 will debut at Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) from March 29th to April 1st, 2016 with 200,000 square meters.

The trade show covers fifteen sectors including Catering Equipment & Supply, Tableware, Textile, Appliance & Amenities, IT & Security, Fitness & Leisure, Food&Beverage, Coffee&Tea, Bakery&Ice Cream, Wine&Spirits, Hotel Design, Hotel Building, Hotel Engineering, Hotel Furniture and Hotel Cleaning. It will offer one-stop procurement platform for industry experts.

Playing a Tableware Symphony
In addition to delicious food, people will also be attracted by the dishes, knives and forks on display. Luxurious gold and silver, elegant crystal, graceful ceramics and exquisite wood with fine tableware will be lined up as a “tableware symphony”.

Chinese and Western-Style Display Competition
Co-organized by Hotel Division of Shanghai Tourism Trade Association and UBM Sinoexpo, Star Hotel Buffet Display Competition has become one of the major events in HOTELEX Shanghai.

In 2015, 12 high-star hotels participated in the event including Intercontinental Shanghai Pudong, Yan An, Radisson Plaza Xing Guo Hotel Shanghai and other famous brands. The 2016 competition will add Western-style buffet, Chinese-style banquet and Western-style banquet display. It is named by Chinese and Western-Style Display Competition in HOTELEX Shanghai 2016.

New features of Chinese-style banquet contain napkin folding and table floriculture that meets ten round table standards. Meanwhile, added Chinese and Western-style banquets will help further envigorate the audience. In addition, fine tableware is also a highlight of the event.

High-End Brands Brings Visual Feast
As one of the major sectors of HOTELEX, brand attendance is growing 10% per year in the Tableware show. Exhibition space will reach 20,000 square meters in W4/W5 hall in HOTELEX Shanghai 2016; some 200 exhibitors will be participated and 90% of booths have been reserved. Exhibits will cover tableware and its accessories; exhibit materials include ceramic, glass, stainless steel, gold and silver, acrylic plastic, crystal, melamine, bamboo and an environmental protection series.