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Expo Introduction

As the first sourcing event for window, door and facade products in China, Windoor Expo has been dedicated to bringing new business to and creating new partnerships in the industry for over 23 years.

In 2018, this annual window, door and facade trade show will bring together more than 600 international and local exhibitors who would welcome an expected 60,000 visitors comprised of architects, builders, contractors, fabricators, manufacturers, real estate developers, traders and other industry players from all over the world.

Opening Dates & Hours

11 March 2018   09:30 to 17:00   Sunday

12 March 2018   09:00 to 17:00   Monday

13 March 2018   09:00 to 14:00   Tuesday

2018 Preview
No. of Exhibitors:  600

Exhibition Space:  85,000 square meters
No. of New Products:  20,000

The 1st Sourcing Event for Window, Door and Facade Products

2018 Floorplan


Windoor Expo 2018 takes 85,000 square meters of exhibition space showcasing the new products covering the entire upstream and downstream components of window, door and facade industries:

Halls 5 & 6, and 3F Arcade: Structural Sealant & Adhesive

Hall 5: Anyi Pavilion (Aluminum Profile)

Hall 4: Nanhai Pavilion (Aluminum Profile)

Halls 3 & 4: Window, Door, Aluminum Profile, Insulation and Building Glass

Hall 2: Equipment

Halls 1 & 2: Hardware & Fittings

2+F: Integrated Zone(various exhibits)

Hall 7(B1 F): Integrated Zone(various exhibits)

2F Arcade: Star Galaxy(innovative products zone)


Venue & Address
Poly World Trade Center, Guangzhou, China
No. 1000, XinGang East Road, Guangzhou, 510335, China


2017 Review 

The Windoor expo 2017 focused on the developments in the China's Building Envelope industry, and foster innovations, sustainability and technologies within the Chinese exhibitors. 

The 3-day trade fair achieved impressive numbers:

- 564 exhibitors (an increase of 3% compared to 2016)

- 80,000 sqm in exhibition space

- 113,516 visits from 95 countries and regions (a growth of 13% over 2016)