Company Overview

Taken independent in July 2016, Shanghai Intex Exhibition (Co., Ltd.) was originally founded in 1995 as the pioneering exhibition organizing business of Intex Shanghai, the venue management business running the first international exhibition center in Shanghai. Shanghai Intex Exhibitions is jointly overseen by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) Shanghai and PNO Exhibition Investment (Dubai) Limited, giving it the perfect combination of domestic and international resources.

Main Business

Over the last 20 years, we have organized more than 100 tradeshows and over 1000 conferences, with a sum total exhibition space in excess of 2 million square meters during this time. We have a number of internationally renowned exhibitions covering the music industry, consumer electronics, healthcare, lifestyle, floriculture, advanced manufacturing, public transport, and more.

About Us

Shanghai Intex Exhibitions is made up of professional teams with a wealth of experience in organizing major international events, each with deep insight and understanding of their respective target industries. Through our exhibitions, conferences and online platforms, we connect our exhibitors with the visitors that they need, bringing together buyers and distributers, government agencies and associations, media and other stakeholders in meaningful and beneficial ways.

With a culture of continuous innovation, we are transforming traditional events into multi-channel online platforms with a strong focus on social media, offering new types of engagement to promote our clients and their interests more effectively than ever before. It is in this way that we are making our contribution to the advancement of the events services sector in Shanghai, and beyond.

Company History

  • 1992 – INTEX Shanghai Exhibition Center completed.
  • 1995 – Sino-British Joint Venture established.
  • 1998 – Exhibitions organizing business initiated with the launch of our first stand-alone tradeshows.
  • 2016 – Shanghai Intex Exhibitions taken fully independent, focusing on organizing major international tradeshows and industry conferences.

A Brief Overview of Our Shows

  • October, 2017 – The @PLSS Academy is launched at Prolight+Sound Shanghai, aiming to promote industry development under the show brand’s banner and encourage the production of innovative new IP.
  • September, 2017 – The 17th Inter-Lubric China reached a new record in show space and strengthened its position as the leading show in the industrial lubricants industry. Inter-Lubric China also signed a MOU for strategic partnership with STLE, establishing a solid position for growth in the international market.
  • May, 2017 – The 19th Hortiflorexpo Shanghai attracted more than 800 exhibitors from 30 countries from around the world, making it the biggest trade fair of its kind in Asia.
  • 2017 – With CES Asia successfully held in Shanghai for 3 years running, the show won the “most successfully launched fair in China” award in the China Convention and Exhibition Industry Golden Finger awards.
  • May, 2015 – The debut of CES Asia at the Shanghai New International Expo Center and surrounding five-star conference facilities attracted over 200 strictly vetted high-caliber exhibitors and nearly 30,000 visitors, including global industry leaders alongside the world’s press and media. Internationally acclaimed, it has become the must-attend annual gala for the consumer technology industry in Asia.
  • May, 2015 – The first Beijing Music&Life Show was successfully held at the Beijing Exhibition Center. Covering over 20,000sqm, it formed a strategic position branching from Music China.
  • 2015 – China AID moved to the Shanghai New International Expo Center and the show scale was listed as the largest in China’s elderly care industry.
  • April, 2013 – Prolight+Sound Shanghai is awarded as the “Top Shanghai International Fair Brand” by the Shanghai International Exhibition Review Committee and the Shanghai Convention and Exhibition Industry Association.
  • December, 2012 – The sub-show of Hortiflorexpo Shanghai, IPGEXPO makes its debut in Guangzhou, the city of flowers, gaining commendation from the municipal government.
  • May, 2012 – Rail+Metro/Tunnel China is highly praised by visiting leaders and influencers of China’s railway and public transportation industries.
  • 2012 – China AID moves to Shanghai World Expo Center, broadening its exhibits profile to “Senior Care, Rehabilitation Medicine and Healthcare”.
  • 2012 – The Music China team is honored as a “Youth Civilization Unit” by the Communist Youth League, Shanghai municipal authorities.
  • 2012 – Hortiflorexpo Shanghai enters into strategic cooperation with IPM, the largest plant show in Germany, enhancing its international communication platforms for industry professionals and practitioners at home and aboard.
  • 2011 – As an important development activity for Inter-Lubric China, the first China International Lubricants Industry Development Summit is held in Beijing, rising to become the most influential annual activity in the field in China.
  • 2008 – Music China is awarded “Best Shanghai Exhibition Brand”, the first of fifteen awarded shows in Shanghai’s exhibition history.
  • June, 2007 – Rail+Metro China moves to Shanghai New International Exhibition Center, gaining particular attention from the Shanghai government leadership. Mr. Han Zheng, then Mayor of Shanghai visited the show and Mr. Yang Xiong, then Vice Mayor of Shanghai attended the show opening ceremony.
  • 2006 – Music China is awarded as a “Top ten exhibition brand of light industry in China” by the Chinese Light Industry Association.
  • 2002 – Music China is successfully launched by Intex Shanghai with a floor space of 15,000sqm, creating a completely new international trade and communication platform for the musical instrument industry.
  • 2000 – As an important activity of the Paralympic Games, Mr. Deng Pufang, the then Chairman of the China Disabled Persons Federation, and other officials attended the opening ceremony and cut the ribbon for the 1st China Aid exhibition, held in the Intex Shanghai venue.