With China’s electronics manufacturing industry continuing to develop in leaps and bounds, the country has become the largest electronics manufacturing center in the world. Due to rapid advancements in technology, industrial automation has become increasingly popular along the whole electronics production industry chain, as manufacturers look for highly efficient, flexible equipment. This is particularly true of manufacturers keen to cut operating costs, especially those for labor.
NEPCON South China 2012, which will take place between August 28 and August 30 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, will provide a comprehensive showcase of the development and application status of industrial automation in China.
Hiwin Technologies, Schneeberger, Microscan, Kingcable, FLPE, Fujisan Engineering, Sumida, Toyo, Chiahbo, Renishaw, Fukucima, Bidetech, Just Easy, Xetar and numerous other distinguished companies in the field of electronics manufacturing automation, will display industrial automation technologies and electronics manufacturing products that will include robot and motion control equipment, automation equipment, accessories and conveyors.
As China enters a new phase of economic transition, there is acceleration in the rate of industry upgrades, economic structure optimization and growth. Additionally, the promotion of energy savings, emissions reductions and the integration of industrialization is spreading, as is the ease of access to information. Technology and manufacturing are on the rise, while the “Made in China” brand continues to expand its global presence. Fierce international competition is driving Chinese manufacturers to improve their core technologies and competitiveness. As a result, automation is a growing trend in Chinese manufacturing.
Josephine Lee, Senior Vice President of Reed Exhibitions Greater China, commented, “NEPCON South China 2012 will be an excellent illustration of just how dominant the trend of industrial automation has become. Through the show, we plan to further stimulate the development of electronics industry automation.”
ATE China 2012 will run concurrent to NEPCON South China again this year and feature assembly equipment and materials, pneumatic and electrical tools, machine vision systems, electronics packaging equipment and more. An excellent platform for electronics manufacturing industry professionals to communicate face-to-face, the two exhibitions together will attract more than 25,000 industry leaders and buyers, making them 2012’s must-attend events in South China.
During ATE China 2012, Kliwes, ASA, Jergens, Jiasijie, Sumida, Fukucima, Toyo, Chiahbo, Mingseal, KHJ, Bochuang, Microview & Lingzhi, Sunvision, Visiondragon and other manufacturers will exhibit electronics assembly equipment, industrial robots, and machine vision products, including software, light sources and industrial cameras. These exhibits will satisfy demand for automation from product packaging, conveying and detection companies.
For more details about NEPCON South China 2012, please visit www.nepconsouthchina.com
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