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The 1st Exposition on China Indigenous Brand was grandly opened in Shanghai today, and the International Forum on China Brand Development was held concurrently. Hailun Piano was presented as one of the famous indigenous brands of the Chinese piano industry.
The Expo will be held at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from May 10th to 12th. The Expo will be jointly organized by the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the Ministry of Commerce, the State Administration of Market Supervision, the National IP Office, the Shanghai Municipal Government and other units. The theme is "Chinese brand, world sharing."
The Expo will set up the central exhibition area, the local exhibition area, the brand service area and the special event displayed platform. Dozens of exhibiting delegations from across the country, more than 600 domestic well-known brand enterprises, more than 100 innovative small and medium-sized enterprises and more than 20 brand service organizations gathered at the exhibition.
Hailun piano adopts Japan's all-CNC high-tech piano equipment and production line, and hired Peter, the piano master of Vienna's century-old family piano brand; American piano designer George Frank Emerson; Vienna master of tuning Mr. Sibin; Japanese piano expert Ema Shigeru and other experts came to the company to guide the assembly and production process for a long time. This allows Hailun Piano to combine the Japanese high-tech CNC machining mode with the advanced European assembly process.
Hailun piano products are mainly upright pianos and grand pianos. It has been widely praised in the world. At present, more than 80% of the company's pianos are exported to Europe, Japan, and the United States. Among them, there are more than 260 music companies in Europe, and more than 40 music companies in Japan sell the pianos produced by Hailun.
After the Chinese Hailun piano reached the European level and entered the mainstream market in Europe, the Austrian Graz School of Music, the Belgian Brussels Conservatory of Music, the Paris Public Art Institute, the Henry Wood Auditorium in London, the Vienna Music Society, and the Vienna Music Artists Union used pianos produced by Hailun.