New Zealand-Guangdong Products Expo attracts over 50 thousand visitors
2022-11-17 17:23     Source :

The New Zealand-Guangdong Products Expo kicked off in Auckland on November 13, which is one of the trade promotion events of the 2022 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) Global Investment Conference.

More than 150 Guangdong enterprises exhibited a wide range of products at the Trust Arena, the largest stadium in Auckland, including furniture, electrical appliances, carpets, textiles, kitchenware, tableware, massage chairs, food, health care products, outdoor products, Christmas gifts, building materials, doors and windows, mobile phones and accessories, and electronic technology products.

The event was hosted by the Canton Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand (CCCNZ) and the New Zealand China Trade Association (NZCTA), and supported by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Guangdong Committee (CCPIT Guangdong), aiming to promote export and import between Guangdong and New Zealand.

Fan Xinlin, Vice President of the CCPIT Guangdong, said that the markets of the two countries have been further opened up this year in the fields of goods, services, and investment. 

The exhibition areas covered more than 10 thousand square meters and were divided into 2 sections: the direct selling section and the investment section. 

Leading Guangdong enterprises including Konka, Midea, and Fozhao exhibited their products in the direct selling section. According to the event organizers, all these Guangdong enterprises will join the Guangdong Products Exhibition Center in New Zealand and sell their products in stores there or online after this event. The overseas warehouses and logistics teams have been set up, which will help Guangdong enterprises expand the markets in New Zealand and South Pacific regions.

Government officials and enterprise representatives of 9 Guangdong cities joined the event and introduced their business environment at the investment section, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Huizhou, Zhaoqing, Dongguan, Shantou, Zhanjiang, Yunfu, Yangjiang, Chaozhou, Heyuan, and Shaoguan.

According to the event organizers, more than 50 thousand buyers attended the exhibition.

“CCCNZ has played the role as a bridge between Guangdong and New Zealand in terms of trading cooperation over the past 8 years. We will carry out seminars regularly to introduce RCEP-related policies to New Zealand and Guangdong enterprises and further promote the cooperation,” said Wang Jiazheng, President of CCCNZ.

Editor: Zheng Sihui