Foshan International Ceramic & Bathroom Fair
■ 2021 Online CeramBath    ■ The 37th CeramBath (2021.10.18-10.21)
Hi European Friends, Your Chinese Visa Is Available Now!
Visa Facilitation for Some Foreign Nationals with Valid Chinese Residence Permits, with list of applicable countries attached.
Weekly Focus (2nd week of August)
Chinas manufacturing PMI? How is "Coal to nature gas" going? Update in Shandong producing area?
All You Need to Know about Sintered Stone Slab is Here!
How can you havent heard of the latest decoration trend in China - sintered stone slab. Here is a detailed introduction, including definition, application and brand recommendation.
Hi Korean Friends, Your Chinese Visa Is Available Now!
China to start issuing visas to citizens of this country from today on.
Weekly Focus (1st week of August)
Output of Chinese sanitary ware? Export volume of onstruction ceramics? Revenue of tile industry?
Must Read: China Building Ceramics Data (January – May, 2020)
As half of 2020 has passed, the current situation of China building ceramics industry becomes a public concern. Let’s check how the figures are actually going.
The Italian ceramic industry has already lost 350 million euros in sales
Confindustria Ceramica announces the final figures for 2019 and makes an initial assessment of the impact of the health emergency on the tile industry.
Breaking News: Passengers Flying to China Now Need A Negative Covid-19 Test
CAAC, GACC and MFA Public Announcement on Presenting Negative Results of COVID-19 Nucleic Acid Tests before Boarding by Passengers Taking Flights Bound for China.
Weekly Focus (4th week of July)
Chinese export in the first five months? Ceramics export increased or decreased? How is the sales of Italian equipments?
A Sneak Peek at the 35th CeramBath!
The big expo (CeramBath) in October is coming soon. Here are 6 fair highlights and its international strategy to preview.
Building Code Update Gives Designers Flexibility to Use Larger Exterior Adhered Porcelain Tile
An update to the International Building Code (IBC) will allow designers to use adhered porcelain tiles as large as 48x48 inches or 36x72 inches on building facades.