Xi'an participates in processing trade fair in Guangdong
en.xa.gov.cn     Updated: 2023-05-11

The 13th China Processing Trade Products Fair is ongoing in Dongguan, South China's Guangdong province, on May 10-13, and Xi'an, capital of Northwest China's Shaanxi province, is actively participating in the event.

The scale of this year's fair has been further improved, with the exhibition area expanded to 80,000 square meters and more than 1,300 exhibitors bringing more than 300 products, showcasing the latest trends and achievements in the development of processing trade.


The booth of Xi'an Seekmind Technology Co at the fair attracts many visitors. [Photo/Visual Xi'an]

Seven companies based in Xi'an participated in the ongoing fair, mainly featuring new computer equipment, characteristic agricultural products, glass household products, glass handicrafts, smart displays, and a collection of other products.

They are the outstanding processing trade companies that have emerged in the city in recent years.


The booth of Xi'an Meichuang Trading Co at the fair displays exquisite handicrafts. [Photo/Visual Xi'an]

On May 11, the 2023 Xi'an (Dongguan) Undertaking Processing Trade Industry Transfer Symposium is expected to be held in Dongguan during the fair. The Guangdong Chamber of Commerce in Shaanxi, Dongguan Intelligent Manufacturing Industry Association, Dongguan Machinery Mold Industry Association, and representatives of relevant enterprises are scheduled be included in exchanges and discussions.

In recent years, Xi'an's manufacturing industry represented by processing trade has continued to develop rapidly.

By 2024, the total volume of imports and exports of processing trade within Xi'an National Processing Trade Industrial Park, Xi'an High-tech Industries Development Zone, Xi'an Economic & Technological Development Zone, and Xi'an International Trade and Logistics Park, should have an average annual growth rate of 15 percent, driving the city's total processing trade imports and exports to exceed 330 billion yuan ($47.58 billion).