After overcoming the impact caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and after all restrictions on immigrants entering China, Brazil resumes its participation in the Xiamen Stone Fair, the main fair for natural stones in the East, which takes place from June 5th to 8th in Xiamen, Fujian Province.
In 2020, the Xiamen Stone Fair paused its annual gathering of the stone industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the prevention and control of the pandemic has become a new normal in China that trade shows re-opened gradually in many cities, assisting in the revitalization of the market, reports show management.
The Xiamen Stone Fair Organizing Committee has announced that the 2020 edition of the international stone exhibition will not be held this fall. Originally scheduled for March 16th to 19th, show management pushed the dates to October 27th to 30th due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Upon further consideration, with the pandemic still going on, the difficult decision was recently made to postpone the show until 2021.
It has been 71 days since the first notice of postponement announced on January 28, 2020. The pandemic forces the world to a brief pause and isolates us physically, yet it draws us closer together and closer to love than ever before. During the past few weeks, many friends sent regards, inquiries and worries as well as shared first-hand information with us. We sincerely thank you for your patience, understanding and great support over this tough period.
Due to the novel coronavirus outbreak in China, we attach great importance to the health and safety of all guests attending Xiamen Stone Fair 2020. As such, based on the current situation for the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus spread, the decision was made by the organizing committee that Xiamen Stone Fair 2020, originally scheduled on March 16-19 in Xiamen, will be postponed to June 6-9, 2020.