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Local businesses invited to be part of the biggest China sourcing platform in Africa

Local businesses invited to be part of the biggest China sourcing platform in Africa

Members of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry have been invited to apply to be a Hosted Buyer at the China HomeLife and Machinex fair set to take place in South Africa.

The third edition of the fair is only three weeks away and will take place from 31 August to 2 September.

According to the organisors, the business to business sourcing events offer an exclusive opportunity to meet and do business with over 450 quality Chinese manufacturers and suppliers all at competitive prices and all under one roof.

China Homelife and China Machinex set themselves apart from other trade shows of its kind, by connecting buyers with the right quality Chinese suppliers and manufacturers.

The Hosted buyers can access the onsite Match Making programme which assists buyers in their search for qualified suppliers from China and arrange an on-site meeting for business negotiation!

The organisers said as a major buyer and importer of goods one will find quality suppliers in the following categories: China Homelife Fair: fabrics, clothing accessories and garments; food and food ingredients; building materials, electronics and home appliances; furniture; hardware and tools, household items & gifts as well as lighting and lamps.

Furthermore with China Machinex, buyers can expect to find agriculture and construction machinery, plastic machinery, building materials, food processing and packaging, machine parts and accessories, electricity and new energy.

Meanwhile, the organisers said the following qualifying criteria apply for Hosted buyer status: Direct Purchasing Authority and Senior Executive / Decision Maker.

In terms of benefits for applying, they said the following will be included: Accommodation for two night’s only in a 4* hotel in close proximity to the venue, Gautrain ticket from airport to Sandton and return, complimentary on-site Mandarin translation services in the Match Making Zone, onsite matchmaking with leading suppliers, invited to one on one meetings with exhibitors, achjinVIP access badge, and lunch voucher for use within the exhibition venue.

Those that are interested in applying can complete the application form per the details as follows: Username icon content sa_hosted1. Password – 123123 or contact Angus Houston e mail [email protected].



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