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Heritage Preservation International 2017 in Shanghai
New partnership, ideal opportunities
For those working in restoration and heritage preservation, the Chinese market offers un-dreamt-of opportunities. And now, new ways of tapping this extremely attractive market have opened up. For the organizers of China’s top two heritage trade shows – Heritage Preservation China (HPC, Jinan) and Architecture Heritage Preservation International (AHPI, Shanghai) – are now joining forces. From 10 to 12 August 2017, Leipziger Messe Internation-al (LMI) and its partners Shanghai Jianwei Cultural Heritage Conservation Tech. Co., Ltd. and Space Idea (Shanghai) Exhibition Design & Engineering Co., Ltd. will be hosting the brand new trade fair Heritage Preservation International (HPI) in Shanghai.
With its extensive over-view of goods, services and technology used in archaeological preservation and museums as well as high-level seminars and conferences, HPI is bound to attract massive attention. It’s an ideal opportunity for you to showcase your goods and services in a rapidly expanding growth market.
For foreign manufacturers, restorers, skilled craftsmen and planners, there’s no better place to conquer the Chinese market than Shanghai. The restoration of the European architecture in this, one of the world’s biggest cities, offers unique openings to overseas exhibitors. Their construction technologies and materials as well as their planning expertise are indispensable for such projects – because they’re often unavailable in China. Nowhere in China is the share of private investment in restoration projects (60 per cent) as high as in Shanghai. Nowhere else is such high investment to be seen in the refurbishment of buildings of all ages. And no-where else are as many neighbourhoods (including 27 square kilometres in the city centre alone) being protected and redeveloped under a three-year action plan.
Shanghai has 4,500 different buildings, architectural ensembles and heritage areas which are under a preservation order or have been classified as historic. Whereas many such build-ings were still torn down in the 1990s, precedence is now given to restoration, redevelop-ment and repurposing. For example, following the initial revival of the Bund in 1990s, its second restoration is now the subject of a new megaproject.
Alone the Chinese Administration of Culture Heritage has budgeted 17.5 billion RMB for her-itage preservation in 2017 – an increase of 405 million RMB on 2016. Total spending on her-itage preservation is estimated at RMB 80 billion – including regional budgets.
10th – 12th August 2017
Shanghai Exhibition Center
1000 Yan’an Road, 200040 Shanghai, China
Opening times for visitors:
Thursday, 10th August 2017, 09.00am – 5.00pm
Friday, 11th August 2017, 09.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday, 12th August, 09.00am – 4:00pm