A group of Bangladeshi businessmen attended the 30th China International Bicycle Fair that took place in Pudong, a city of Shanghai, from May 5-8 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
The theme of the fair was "Win-win cooperation for both internal and external circulation".
The fair was sponsored by China Bicycle Association and organized by Shanghai Xiesheng Exhibition Co., Limited. Yiwu Boyu Exhibition Service Co., Ltd. (Amy Fair) assists in organizing foreign buyers at the Expo.
The exhibition covered a total area of 135,000 square meters and sets up 6,000 booths for more than 1,000 enterprises, including industry leaders giant Phoenix and Forever. The products on display at the expo were bicycles & accessories; e-bike & parts; children's bike & accessories; scooter, balance car & accessories; motorcycles & parts; riding equipment, cycling & outdoor sporting related equipment, technology, and material.
According to the China Bicycle Association China contributes to more than 60 percent of the international bicycle trade volume as a major bike producer and exporter in the world. The association expects China's bike output to reach 80 million units this year, and exports of the industry to grow by around 10 percent.
Meanwhile, the China Cycling E-sports National Championship held during the fair to further promote the popularization and development of cycling e-sports, improve national fitness awareness, and promote the combination of sports culture and esports.
Aneesh, Marketing Manager of EK Prima Exports Hongkong Ltd. (a sister concern company of LULU Group International) spoke at the event on behalf of foreign enterprises.
A total of 150 foreign businessmen attended the expo. Foreign buyers from 30 countries and regions including Bangladesh, the United States, Russia, Germany, Italy, South Korea, the Philippines, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Palestine, Jordan, Yemen, Sudan attended the Bicycle Fair.