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Feb 27

Interview with Mr. Lauro M. Alttomar, Chairman of Abrape

Mr. Lauro M. Alttomar, Chairman of Abrape, the leading Brazilian association for the Sun Protection industry, shares their latest projects and their future goals in this exclusive interview.
Feb 21

Interview with Mr. Jürgen Benitz-Wildenburg, Speaker of the IWDS 2017

Jürgen Benitz-Wildenburg is the Head of PR & Communication at ift Rosenheim. He has been active in various capacities as a carpenter, timber construction and facade engineer and marketing expert in the wood and windows industry for many years. He shares his experience with others as a lecturer, speaker and author
Feb 07

The increasing potential of your products in the Chinese market

Many Western producers of sun protection systems, roller shutters, shadings, entry and garage doors believe that there is no space for their products in China, “the world’s largest factory.” Many claim that they will never be able to compete with made-in-China products.....
Dec 16

Garraf shares advices to succeed in the Chinese market

Garraf shares advices to succeed in the Chinese market
Dec 05

Passive House comes to China: growing opportunities for door and sun protection manufacturers

Passive House comes to China: growing opportunities for door and sun protection manufacturers
Mar 21

R+T Asia expects to break all attendance records!

Before the show
Dec 16

The time is ripe for new business opportunities in window and door sector in China

good news for windows and doors manufacturers - news from market
Nov 19

Interview with Korea Solar Shading Industry Association

Recently, R+T Asia interviewed Ms. Kwon, Chairman of Korea Solar Shading Industry Association (KSSIA). KSSIA, a non-profit organization affiliated to the Ministry of Knowledge Economy, is quite active in solar shading field in Korea, and had visited R+T Asia 2015 as well. We’re honored to obtain latest industrial information, trends and advanced technologies in Korean market from her.
Sep 09

WINDOW INDUSTRY IN CHINA

The purchasing volume for China’s window market has reached 4 billion RMB with 20% for Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai. East China is developing as an important hub for the window industry. Energy saving, safety and comfort play a big role for windows and for integrated sun-shading solutions for civil buildings. The latest technologies of the global window industry will attract owners, architects and contractors.
Aug 24

Construction Expenditures in China to Increase Nearly 8% Annually

Construction expenditures in China are expected to increase 7.8 percent per annum in real terms through 2019. Gains will be driven by ongoing industrialization, an increasing urban population, expanding foreign investment funding, rising personal income levels, and further population and household growth in China.