Exhibition date: September 9-11, 2019
Venue: San Diego Convention Center
Cycle: once a year
Sponsored by the National Safety Council, the us labor insurance exhibition is one of the important and professional exhibitions in the field of industrial Safety protection and personal protection worldwide. It is also one of the largest annual exhibitions in the same field in the world, known as the A+A of the United States and attracting more than 1,000 exhibitors from around the world. It has been successfully held for more than 100 years. NSC is held annually in rotation between different cities in the United States, which attracts buyers from the host places and the surrounding areas to a greater extent, extending the exhibition to all parts of the United States. At the same time, it is one of the important contents of the annual meeting of the international safety committee held in the United States every year. Therefore, NSC plays a pivotal role and position in the field of safety and protection in the United States.
It is the largest and most professional safety and labor protection exhibition in the United States. It's a professional event on a global scale.
NSC 2018 will feature products and services including personal protective and safety equipment, work shoes, labor gloves, raincoats, overalls, nonwoven fabrics,
fall products, eye care products, etc. A total of 1094 enterprises participated in the exhibition, with 2,500 booths and a total exhibition area of 23,000 square meters.
Exhibitors are mainly from the United States, the international pavilion exhibitors from Canada, China, South Korea and Pakistan and other countries, well-known brands in the industry Honywell, 3M, Safestart, Grainger, Workrite, etc.
Chinese companies have about 180 booths, second only to us domestic exhibitors.
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In 1969, the us "Apollo 11" spacecraft flew to the moon from here for the first time. The space center is also one of Houston's major attractions.