The 9th China Global Wood Trade Conference (GWT China), organized by China Timber & Wood Products Distribution Association (CTWPDA) and co-organized by FEA-WOOD MARKETS, will be held in Chongqing on September 7 &8 2019. This will be the fifth joint conference that both groups have been involved organizing a conference in China The 2019 event will be address many critical market, economic and supply trends and is expected to set record attendance levels.
The China Global Wood Trade Conference (GWT China) is an annual event where global wood traders meet in China. Established to facilitate and promote information exchange and business cooperation for global wood trade community in 2011, GWT China takes place in one of China’s major port or consuming cities each year.
Every year, GWT China attracts more than 350 participants, including wood suppliers, importers, wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers as well as trade associations, industry experts, government officials and representatives of international organizations from more than 20 countries.
As the biggest economic center of upper reach of Yangtze River, Chongqing is a city of strategic importance in the southwest industry and commerce, the center of national important hi-tech and intelligent production, and is also an important strategic city superimposed on the Yangtze River economic zone, the Belt and Road, Chengdu and Chongqing economic circle. Chongqing is backed by a large market with a population of 30 million people and is exposed to southwest China, and even the southeast and central Asia. Chongqing has remarkable advantages of location and enormous potential market, and is making all efforts to build a multi-industry park of wood trade, storage, manufacturing, etc.
In 2019, the 9th GWT China aims to provide a platform to figure out future opportunities and challenges worldwide, meanwhile offering an insight into wood processing and trade of Chongqing. Additionally, the Conference works as a bridge between inland wood enterprises and global wood suppliers and manufacturers to push forward better communication within the industry and the sustainable development of wood trade, both at home and abroad.
Jointly Organized by: WOOD MARKETS/FEA Canada and
China Timber & Wood Products Distribution Association.