Shanghai New International Expo Center

The Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC ) is currently the second largest exhibition center in the People's Republic of China.

Location and infrastructure

The SNIEC is located in Shanghai Pudong district and consists of seventeen buildings with a total of 200,000 square meters of indoor exhibition space and 130,000 square meters of exterior surface. The construction of gestaltenen by the U.S. firm Murphy / Jahn plant began on 4 November 1999, with the opening on 2 November 2001 took place. Initially consisting only of four halls, the project was enlarged over the years. End of 2011, the last construction phase could be completed. With over 90 events per year and a turnover of 32 (2011) SNIEC is one of the busiest and therefore the most successful exhibition centers worldwide. Right next to the exhibition center, the terminus of the Shanghai Transrapid, a magnetic levitation leading up to the Shanghai Pudong Airport.

Operating company

The company Shanghai New International Expo Centre Co., Ltd.. Founded in 1999 as a 50:50 joint venture between the Chinese government "Shanghai Pudong Land Development Corp.. " and the German " German Exposition Corporation International GmbH " ( " GEC "). At GEC the German Messe AG, Messe Dusseldorf and Messe München each hold one-third. Since 2008, the 50% shareholder, the Chinese Lujiazui Exhibition Development Co., Ltd.. The Managing Director is provided by the German side. Since 2006 Hans -Jörg Geduhn has held this position.

Fairs and Events

  • Tennis Masters Cup 2002
  • All in Print
  • Auto Shanghai
  • Bauma China
  • Chinaplas
  • Domotex China