Chinese show All in Caravaning prepares for comeback

China’s annual celebration of all things camping and caravanning, the All in Caravaning Show in Beijing, is preparing to make a comeback after its 2022 edition had to be cancelled. The show will take place from 16 to 18 June at the Beijing Etrong International Exhibition and Convention Center and promises to present a new brand image to the industry with new exhibition areas, a refreshed image, exciting new activities, and innovative approaches are all ready for the big reveal.

The postponement of the 2022 show seems to only have increased the excitement levels among exhibitors, with the RV parts zone of the show sold out by the end of March and a growing waiting list full of new potential exhibitors. Over 70 per cent of the vehicle area has already been booked, with renowned Chinese and international manufacturers have confirmed their participation. A diverse range of vehicle models will be on display, covering a variety of styles and price ranges. In addition to caravans, motorhomes, and accessories, the outdoor leisure area will also feature tents, camping accessories/equipment, outdoor clothing and gear, as well as campsites.

European partnership

The German Pavilion, led by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and organized in collaboration with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA), made its official debut at AIC 2021. This year, it will once again be present at the trade show at a higher level and with greater capacity, marking a significant milestone in the exchange and interaction in the caravanning industry between China and Germany. It is not only a significant opportunity for trade and economic exchanges between the two countries, but also a remarkable platform for attracting investment and promoting German companies in China, which greatly contributes to the long-term development of the industry.

This year, the German Pavilion has a total area of 388 square meters, where ten top-quality German manufacturers will be showcasing their products. These include premium accessories brands such as AL-KO, REIMO, RENOLIT, LAMILUX, Truma, Vöhringer, PARAT, Kesseböhmer, and KNOTT, as well as the well-known RV manufacturer, Dethleffs, which will be exhibiting in a new format within the German Pavilion.

International summits

The second edition of the International Summit on the Development of China's FIT Tourism, which garnered significant attention at the last edition, will be held this year to explore new avenues for the sustainable development of theindustry. The summit will be hosted by AIC and co-organized by the Traveler Magazine and the National Tourism Network. Experts from various sectors, such as investment institutions, cultural and tourism groups, scenic areas and tourism bureaus, OTAs, rental platforms, RV manufacturers, and campsite operators, will be invited to attend the summit.

The China RV Parts Export Standard Seminar returns to the offline format this year, finally allowing Chinese and European experts to have face-to-face exchanges. Special guests will introduce the relevant requirements and marketing models of RV parts in overseas markets, provide effective solutions for Chinese parts manufacturers to expand their presence in foreign markets.

The highly popular Sino-German Dealer Workshop is returning for the third time this year. Veteran guest, Mr. Kai Dhonau, President of the German Caravan Dealer Association, will visit China to engage in discussions with Chinese caravan manufacturers and dealers, and to share the latest successful cases in the European market, especially during the pandemic period.