2018 has been an important year for CIFF; a fundamental stage of its growth is the strategic alliance established between two furniture sector giants, CFTE and Red Star Macalline, to jointly operate CIFF (Shanghai) September.
The crossover cooperation between the two leading enterprises in the industry has started a new round of high-quality development of CIFF-Shanghai and brings new perspectives and opportunities to the furniture industry.
To meet the needs of people for a better life, the 42nd edition of CIFF Shanghai will tackle the topic of "an Example of Global Home Life" and will be a real leap forward in terms of quality, services and events, integrating the global quality resources, enriching the products and forms of the exhibition, offering new lifestyle opportunities, setting trends of home furnishings, boosting the upgrades of the global home furnishing consumption market and ensuring the vitality of the future industry.
CIFF Shanghai offers Imported Furniturein Hall 3 and High-end Customized Furniture in the North Hall to promote the consumption upgrade of the home furnishing industry.
It keeps up with the consumption trends of design, mild luxury and neo-Chinese style with Trendy Furniture in Hall 4 and Quality Furniture in Hall 5. The show also takes advantage of Shanghai's leading position in design in China by creating the Design Innovation Zone.
CIFF Shanghai highlights the advantages of various themes in the industry chain by offering sectors such as Furniture Machinery & Woodworking Machinery, Homedecor & Hometextile, Outdoor & Leisure and Office Show.
The Outdoor & Leisure and Homedecor & Hometextile zones are organized in Halls 1.1 & 2.1 to meet the one-stop sourcing needs for home furnishings with more varied products.
The Office Show in hall 8.2 includes commercial office and hotel furniture; while the Woodworking Machinery sector, renamed "Shanghai International Furniture Machinery & Woodworking Machinery Fair " after the joint venture with Adsale Exhibition Services Co. will be in Halls 7.1 and 8.1, doubling the scale of the exhibition area from last year.