Xiamen Stone Fair has been postponed due to the ongoing pandemic. The event will take place in 2022 with the new hosting dates being in the process of discussion. The exhibition grounds in Xiamen, China will follow the latest COVID-19 protective measures as part of the live event. The venue will feature safety protocols such as the 3G entry policy, as well as social distancing regulations. Attendees should note that as part of the safety protocols, they must show documents such as proof of recovery before entering the venue. Please stay tuned for further information!
About the event
Stone industry professionals and manufacturers have no reason not to attend the XIAMEN STONE FAIR in Xiamen, China. The international trade fair occupies a top spot for the Asian markets and grants you access to enthusiastic buyers with a lot of power. Programming runs for four days, where over 2000 exhibitors are showcasing everything from raw materials to services. Attendance has been placed at somewhere around 150,000 trade visitors. It’s going to be a race to book hotels close to XICEC, but you can be the first thanks to Travel 2 Fairs ltd and our expansive connections.
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The 2021 edition of XIAMEN STONE FAIR took place between 18.05.2021 and 21.05.2021 as a hybrid event. The fair received over 1,100 exhibiting companies as part of the format. The edition was considered a success by both organisers and exhibitors.