Meet the China water technology industry

2 - 4 juni 2021

China’s economy is improving rapidly and could register impressive growth. Production facilities are running tight schedules to respond to the global demand of Chinese made products and parts.
Trade shows are allowed and the first ones have been held successfully.

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When & where

Aquatech China takes place from 2 - 4 June 2021.

National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai)
South entrance, No.168 East Yinggang Rd.
Qingpu District, Shanghai
P.R. China

Opening hours:

  • Tuesday, 2 June 09:00 – 17:00 hours
  • Wednesday, 3 June 09:00 – 17:00 hours
  • Thursday, 4 June 09:00 – 15:00 hours

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Highly international
With 80,000+ visitors and 1,900+ exhibitors, this is the ideal opportunity to get up to speed with water technology developments worldwide.


Unrivalled business opportunities
As the largest water technology exhibition in Asia, you will find unrivalled networking opportunities to connect across countries, technologies and industry sectors.


High level programme & special events
Gain knowledge in a variety of fields during inspiring events during and and experience advanced technological findings and innovations during the exhibition.

Industrial Water Leaders Forum

The Industrial Water Leaders Forum (IWLF) was successfully launched in 2018 as a high-level meeting point for water professionals working for end-users and providers of cutting edge technology. Also in 2019, in order to facilitate the interchange of information, ideas, and opportunities we bring together some of the most important thought-leaders who are shaping the future of water in China. These include policy makers, regulators, engineers, technologists, and most importantly the end users themselves.

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