Czech aircrafts and Polish yachts appeared in the Central and Eastern Europe Expo

   Hall 6 and also launched the Central and Eastern European Specialty Food Perennial Pavilion yesterday, which was refurbished and unveiled.

  The second China-CEEC Expo and International Consumer Goods Expo (hereinafter referred to as "CEEC Expo") was officially launched on June 8.

A reporter from the Beijing Youth Daily visited the scene and found that the main high-end entertainment consumer products such as Czech Wanfeng Aircraft, Slovenia Bat Aircraft, Polish Yachts, Romanian RVs, etc. attracted the most attention of the audience.

Figures show that in 2020, imports of goods from Central and Eastern Europe in Ningbo Free Trade Zone are 700 million yuan, 10 times that of 2015, of which imports of daily consumer goods are nearly 200 million yuan, which is 13 times that of 2015.

From January to March this year, imports of goods from Central and Eastern Europe amounted to 373 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 312.9%; imports of consumer goods in Central and Eastern Europe amounted to 60.38 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 162.1%.

  Multi-million-priced aircraft and yachts are on the shelves

  Entering the Central and Eastern European commodity exhibition area of ​​the expo, the audience first saw a small white airplane with a pair of long wings and a pair of propellers above its head. Through the glass cabin cover, you can see that there are four seats inside .

According to the booth staff, this aircraft is priced at more than 4 million yuan, with a fuel tank capacity of 110 liters and a maximum sailing distance of 1,800 kilometers.

It is understood that the Czech Wanfeng aircraft has been produced in China since last year. The annual delivery volume of a single model is 50. The customer group is mainly aviation schools and flight enthusiasts.

  In the booth next door is the first Slovenian Bat Airplane, priced at 1.8 million yuan, mainly used for private entertainment flight and flight student training.

According to the on-site staff, the company has a professional team responsible for all services related to aircraft driving, including various procedures, flight training, and aircraft maintenance.

For the use of the aircraft, customers can purchase it in full, or lease it by the hour.

  Not far away is the Polish Yacht Booth, and the parked white yachts make the audience feel fresh and interesting.

According to the on-site staff, the most expensive yacht sells for 4.1 million yuan, which can carry 10 people and is mainly used for leisure, entertainment, and fishing.

The yacht is equipped with a bedroom, a bathroom, and a mini kitchen. The fish just caught can be cooked immediately.

  Driving an RV to travel is a new trend of private consumption in recent years.

At the fair, the Romanian mini RV was "driving" to the exhibition site.

This RV does not have a cockpit, but is equipped with a huge tow hook at the front end, which needs to be towed in front by a car with a displacement of 2.0 or more.

The layout inside the RV is very similar to a one-bedroom, one-bedroom, equipped with double bed, air conditioner, refrigerator, dining table, sofa, wardrobe, toilet, microwave oven, shower and other household equipment, the price is 125,800 yuan.

According to the factory staff, the biggest advantage of this kind of RV is that after arriving at the destination, travelers can temporarily store the RV in the parking lot or RV camp, and drive the car to the surroundings by themselves.

  Central and Eastern European specialties are displayed on the spot

  The Central and Eastern European products exhibited in Hall 6 are mainly consumer products, including more than a thousand products in categories such as alcohol, food and beverage, cosmetics and personal care products, daily necessities, artwork and accessories.

In the crystal products exhibition area, various styles of necklaces, vases, and wine utensils are extremely crystal clear under the light.

It is understood that the cheapest crystal wine glass costs about 500 yuan.

The exhibitor introduced that the exquisite patterns on the wine glasses are hand-cut and carved by craftsmen. This wine glass is specially used for drinking red wine. “We also have sales channels online. If you want to buy it, we can add a WeChat first.” She said to the visitors.

  In addition, there are many Central and Eastern European specialties on display, such as Greek olive oil, Hungarian wine, Czech presidential cake, Serbian wine, Montenegro wine, Sarajevo beer in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greek energy bars, Slovenian honey candy, Polish milk, North Macedonian children Fruit drinks, etc.

  The refurbishment of the Central and Eastern European Perennial Pavilion was unveiled yesterday

  Hall 9 is the Perennial Hall of Special Commodities from Central and Eastern European Countries, which was officially established on June 8, 2015.

Yesterday, the Central and Eastern European Perennial Pavilion was refurbished and unveiled.

The upgraded Central and Eastern Europe Perennial Pavilion covers an area of ​​16,000 square meters. The entire internal venue presents a European architectural style, with personalized window art, street corner art, etc. to create a Central and Eastern European style neighborhood, and a VR panoramic online venue is built in the same proportion.

  According to reports, the Central and Eastern Europe Perennial Pavilion is a platform for promoting trade in Central and Eastern Europe, and it is also a "green channel" serving the imports of Central and Eastern Europe.

After more than 5 years of development, the Perennial Pavilion has gathered more than 30 trading companies in Central and Eastern Europe, more than 20 special product pavilions, 36 direct sales centers have been set up in 16 cities in 6 provinces across the country, and it has formed a "Central and Eastern Europe Ningbo Trade and Logistics Base". The pattern of “front store and rear warehouse” linkage development is the most distinctive feature, the most complete variety, and the most standardized operation of the Central and Eastern European characteristic commodity display and trading center in the Yangtze River Delta region.

  Our correspondent Zhao Xinpei reports from Ningbo