2023 Liuyang Int'l Fireworks Festival held successfully
【News 1】The 15th China (Liuyang) International Fireworks Festival was held on Nov. 3-4, 2023, which was hosted by Liuyang again, after a four-year hiatus due to the Covid. The opening fireworks show featured the following innovations: For the first time, Wire-flying was combined with the fireworks show. Innovative combination of sky curtain and fireworks, with a LED screen screen of more than 4800 square meters. Innovative use of high-payload drones to set off fireworks in the sky. The show combines cutting-edge technology with an air, water and land fireworks display. In addition to the main venue, tens of thousands of shots exploded at 49 points in the main urban area of Liuyang at the same time, depicting the magnificent landscape of "a river painting，all over the city fireworks". Happy Fireworks is still one of the sponsors of the festival this year.
【News 2】The 2023 Liuyang Fireworks Conference (LFC) held on the evening of November 4, four fireworks teams from China, Italy, Germany and Switzerland participated the competition, and the China Team won the gold medal. During the Fireworks and firecrackers Expo, many manufacturers displayed new Gatling guns and huge fireworks with hundreds of shots, which are selling well thanks to TikTok. And during the festival, all fireworks production enterprises in Liuyang suspended production and transportation, and resumed on November 5.
【News 3】Changsha Customs data show that in the first three quarters of 2023, Hunan province exported 3.2 billion yuan of fireworks and firecrackers, and remained the Top 1 in China.
【News 4】Since mid-October, the core raw material for fireworks production military nitrate continued to be scarce, resulting in some factories to stop production. Due to rising material prices and labor costs, as well as strong demand in China's domestic market, China's fireworks products have ushered in a wave of price increases, ranging from 8% to 20%.
【News 5】2023 European fireworks production are coming to an end, and some factories revealed that due to the squeeze in the Chinese domestic market, price rises and other reasons, this year's order fulfillment rate is less than expected.