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China Lock Industry Expo 2015 to be held in May

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China Lock Industry Expo (Lock China 2015), an exhibition and conference that promotes new innovations in the lock Industry, such as biometric locks, will be held at the Pazhou Complex in Guangzhou, China from May 9th through 11th.

Lock Industry Expo will feature demonstrations of the latest in mechanical locks, electronic smart locks featuring biometrics, lock cylinders, lock making equipment, accessories and other related products.

The organizing committee of China Lock Industry Expo has invited many established international brands to participate and exhibit their new lock products at Lock China 2015, including Jieyang Embellish Cheng Hardware.

ADEL will be one of the event’s major exhibitors. Established in 1991, the company manufactures each of its locks through a 1,000-step process to ensure maximum security and quality for the customers.

The company’s fingerprint security lock was recently selected by the Chinese army.

Last year’s Lock China 2014 attracted 162 lock enterprises from over 10 countries and regions, including China, America, Britain, France, South Korea and Spain.

The event saw a 30% increase in the number of domestic visitors and 21% growth in overseas visitors over Lock China 2013, with a total of over 13,000 visitors from 38 countries and regions.

The conference and exhibition’s attendees comprise of manufacturers, dealers, agents, door and window manufacturers, real estate developers, locksmiths and those from import and export companies, trading companies, decoration engineering companies, design institutes and building materials centers.

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