The recent staging of All in Caravaning 2015 in Beijing reflected the steady growth of China’s market for RVs. According to a press release, a total of 294 exhibitors showcased about 300 RVs as well as basic vehicles, accessories and diverse offers for vacations and recreation.
The leading industry platform for RVs in China attracted more than 11,000 visitors to the Beijing Exhibition Center. An accompanying ancillary program and a two-day congress with international specialist lectures complemented the trade fair.
In addition to renowned Chinese exhibitors, many international companies presented the latest RV models. European exhibitors from Germany, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and Turkey as well as companies from Japan and the U.S. participated in the trade fair. Well known brands included Brillance Auto Group – Adria, RV International – Fendt/Hobby, Centech, Daide Longtree, Dalian Hao Cheng, Daloo RV – Dethleffs, Hymer, Live Zone Automobile (Great Wall RV), Nanjing Dexing, Neijiang Phoenix, Shandong Mountain Special RV, Shanghai Shunlv, Tangshan Yate and Yutong Bus.
The All in Caravaning Annual Conference included the “Campground Day”, the “E-Commerce Session” and the “RV Day,” discussing current and future industry trends.
All in Caravaning 2015 was organized by Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai), a subsidiary of Messe Düsseldorf in Germany, the organizer of the leading international RV trade fair – CARAVAN SALON DÜSSELDORF. All in Caravaning in Beijing has been designed as an information and order platform in a still young segment in this country. Events giving both the trade and the public the opportunity to experience international innovations and trends are very popular in China, offering a great potential for foreign manufacturers to enter this market.
The German Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMWI) was again a sponsor of All in Caravaning 2015. One day before the trade fair opened, delegates from the BMVI and the Chinese Ministry of Transport met to exchange experiences and discuss future development in the Chinese RV market. The German Caravaning Industry Association (CIVD) and the German Association of Automobile Tuners (VDAT) – acting as representatives of their respective industries – were important dialogue partners for the BMVI and the Chinese Ministry of Transport.
Other cooperation partners of All in Caravaning were the Chinese company YASN – the organizer of China’s largest trade fair for automotive accessories, China’s largest travel agent China National Travel Service (CTS) and the China Association of Automotive Manufacturers Recreational Vehicle Industry Committee (CAARV).
The next All in Caravaning will take place at the Beijing Exhibition Center from June 18–20, 2016.