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Sekisui Chemical Exhibits at "China - Japan Green Expo 2011"
Jun 14, 2011
SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD
The Sekisui Chemical Group exhibited at the "China - Japan Green Expo 2011", which was held at the China National Convention Center (CNCC), Beijing, China.

Overview of the "China - Japan Green Expo 2011"

The Expo was an international environmental trade fair jointly hosted by the Nippon Keidanren and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT). To further strengthen and promote the economy and mutual trade in the field of environmental protection in both Japan and China, the Expo was held to coincide with "World Environment Day" on June 5, and over 90 companies and organizations from both Japan and China exhibited products and technologies compatible with environmental protection. Further, seminars were also held by specialists from industry, government, and academia that centered on introducing environmental technologies.

Dates : June 1 - 3, 2011
Venue : China National Convention Center
Theme : "Aiming to Unify the Environment and Economy"
Number of Visitors : 20,230

Content of the exhibit

The Sekisui booth exhibition centered on environment-related products manufactured and sold in China. The booth welcomed numerous visitors, and its exhibition ended on a high note.
We would like to express our sincerest thanks to all our supporters, and all the visitors to the exhibition.


An overview of the Sekisui booth

An overview of the Sekisui booth

Scene from the Exhibition Hall

Scene from the Exhibition Hall


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