The market is changing

Klaes has been active in China for more than 10 years now and is therefore a very established brand there.

One more reason to introduce our innovations to the many Chinese Klaes customers and prospects at the largest local window exhibition, the “Fenestration China” in Shanghai: The Klaes Windows Webshop, Business Partner Plus for the optimization of the internal communication and the integrated panel door solution for doors.Despite a not-so-fast-growing construction industry, the number of visitors and the concrete interest in our solutions was very high.We could, for example, acquire three customers directly for the Klaes Window-Webshop at the exhibition. That shows how open-minded Chinese companies are towards this Klaes innovation, the link of a highly modern Web-solution to our local window solutions for production and trade.

Many exhibitors from the machine area complain currently about a buying restraint due to the economic development. The interest of newcomers in the window industry, as it was observed a year ago, is currently very low. Through the high level of awareness and the very competent Klaes team on-site around Simon Zhu, however, we could and can further expand our activities in this important market.

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