PvXchange Goes Asia

February 19, 2017 in News Tags: ,

Online trading platform pvXchange reinforced presence and involvement in Asia with the participation in the “3rd Asia solar energy PV Exhibition and Forum”, which was held in Shanghai from March 05-07, started for pvXchange one year with increased focus on the Asian market. 2008, half a dozen of another trade fairs in Asia will follow where pvXchange will be present. Existing customer contacts should be maintained and expanded, to significantly increase the volume of business. Today, around 10% of the turnover at pvXchange are generated through deals with companies from the Asian region. Wu Qiang in Beijing and Sven Tetzlaff in Hangzhou pvXchange has two sales professionals on site, which not only have Asian market and understand, but also through years of work in Europe, are perfect mediator of cultures.

“This year’s fair in Shanghai was a great success and a good start for us in an important year. We could step up to Chinese manufacturers our existing relationships, establish new contacts and many customers win”sums up Wu Qiang. With over 200 exhibitors and 15,000 trade visitors filled the 3rd Asia solar energy PV Exhibition all expectations and leaves in terms of organization and quality a very positive impression. The Asian markets for years to evolve rapidly and offer great opportunities to provide the still strong markets of Europe and the United States with the urgently needed solar products. The quality of international patronage on the one hand and the increasing pressure of competition force just the Chinese manufacturers to improve their product quality. It can – not least due to the still-scarce resources – often more to be desired.

Right here looks pvXchange its competences and therefore expected a great sales potential for doing business with China, Taiwan, Korea and other regions in the coming years. To be designed at the time advanced consulting services for Asian and European clients, carried out inspections at production sites and reliable supply contracts negotiated.

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