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ESAC’s one-stop service continues to raise the industry bar With a growing list of global clients, ESAC is poised for continued success


ESTABLISHED in 1999, ESAC is a specialist in the design and engineering of theme parks in both its domestic Chinese market and around the world. The company is currently focused on the Middle East, Asia and Africa,


concentrating on launching high-quality ocean, forest and universe themes for a wide variety of venues. ESAC is engaged in indoor and outdoor art and environment engineering; theme park design, planning, construction and development; large-scale theme parks; statuary art; waxwork art; garden and landscape art; the development and design of themed amusement products; and the establishment of themed amusement centres. Decorated by a range of ornaments such as artificial sharks, corals and magical


mermaids, theme parks have been quick to install ESAC’s flagship underwater ocean-themed designs. Over recent years, the company has completed installations for many world-renowned venues, including Star Park in Turkey, Sharky’s in Jordan and Ocean Park in Israel. Speaking ahead of the key GTI and IAAPA Attractions Expo shows this year, ESAC -


which operates in China under the name Daxiang Statuary Art Studio - said it had not been affected by the economic downturn as operators continue to invest in its designs. According to the group, ESAC always fully considers various factors affecting installations, including leisure and consumer trends in the market and the psychology of children’s entertainment, before fusing these into its designs.


For more information about ESAC and its products, visit: www.dxdsys.com or www.dxlx.com.cn email: dxdsys@126.com. Telephone: +86 760 8878 0358.


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