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Metal Working and CNC Machine Tool Show

2010 China International Industry Fair (CIIF 2010) grandly opened at Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Officials from PRC central government divisions and ShanghaiMunicipality attended the opening ceremony. The Metalworking and CNC Machine Tool Show (MWCS), Industrial Automation Show (IAS) and Energy Show (ES), asthree themed shows under the wing of CIIF, have attracted over 900 exhibitors to showcase their latest products and technologies of metalworking, machine tools, automation and energy technology on a total display area of 75,000 square meters. The 5-day show is expecting more than 110,000 visitors and trade buyers from home and abroad.

“The economic recovery has added great momentum to the metalworking and automation sectors, drawing a huge amount of foreign capital into China’s market. As the Revitalization Plan for Ten Industries and Policies for 16 Major National Projects issued by the central government will continue to stimulate the domestic market demand, steel, automobiles, aircrafts, textile and equipment manufacturing industries are seeking for support with automation products and technology. Under this background, leading industry players once again convene at the shows to explore the huge opportunity of China’s large-scale equipment manufacturing and other basic industries.” said Wolfgang Lenarz, senior vice president of Deutsche Messe AG.
Embracing over 400 industry players from all over the world to display their latest products
and technology within a total display area of 40,000 square meters, this year’s Metalworking
and CNC Machine Tool Show is going to generate new leads in the market. It is featured
with an exceptional 30% increase of show space taken by exhibitors from the metal forming machine tool sector. With some of last year’s absentees returning to the show this year, MWCS 2010 is sure to establish itself as one of the most authoritative metal forming machine show in China, boasting the largest exhibiting scale and the most complete spectrum of brands and machine tools exhibited.Leading industry players like Amada, Bystronic, Mitsubishi, Murata, Mazak,Han’sLaser,UnityPrima,Farley,Laserlab,ACL,Accurpress,LFK,Tailift,Jinfangyuan,Yawei,
JFMI,YangLi,WorldPreciPentaChutian,Swordsman MegaFab,He Laser, Yamada will have all made a high-profile presence at the show. MWCS 2010 will also feature the debut of the special display of "major projects of high-end CNC machine tools", providing a perfect opportunity for leading enterprises to display their latest achievements and technological breakthroughs on the ideal platform of China International Industry Fair. A group of state-owned equipment manufacturers represented by Qier Machine Tool, Wuzhong Machine Tool, Qinchuan Machine Tool, Shanghai Machine Tool and Dmec-sodick will introduce their research results concerning machine tool development. At the same time, the organizer have also invited end users from the sectors of aerospace, shipbuilding, automobile-making, mould-making, national defense and military to visit the show and conduct negotiations.
IAS 2010 (one of the largest shows of its kind in Asia) and ES 2010 (specialized show for
electric power and electrical engineering) have accommodated over 500 exhibitors within a display area of 35,000 square meters. IAS 2010 has attracted a legion of leading players from the automation sector. The show has witnessed a marked growth of exhibitor number and display space as a result of global economic recovery, with 65 percent of the players from overseas countries. In the “production and process automation” section, Mitsubishi will make its high-profile debut with a show stand of 150 square meters. Also included in the legion are companies like Rittal, Baldor, Harting, Baumer, EMA, Pilz, Beckhoff, etc; the “electrical systems” section will embrace big names like Hummel, ILME, WAGO, KEB, LAPP, Autonics, ELCO, SWITCHLAB, INVT and TIANYI. SHOUGANG MOTOMAN ROBOT will make a powerful return this year with a large show stand of 105 square meters, showcasing the latest trend of robotic technology with world leading robot manufacturers like ABB, Fanuc and Staubli. The exhibitors’ enthusiastic participation undoubtedly indicates their strong confidence in China’s market. The concurrent Energy Show will display the products and technology of energy and electric sectors worldwide. Renowned brands like Shanghai Electric, NOARK, HaiTian and many more have all made bulky investment in the show this year.
The three shows continue to get support from international pavilions from GermanyItalyCzech,Japan and China Taiwan. Their bulky investment further indicates their optimistic expectation of the Chinese market. The largest machine tool industry association of Germany- VDW - also attended the fair with its member organizations to present the newest products and latest information toChina’s market.
As a rich lineup of high-quality events will be held concurrently with the shows, a legion of experts, scholars, product users and manufacturers will convene to explore the future trend of the industries. Some of the concurrent events are “Ringier Technology Innovation Awards 2010-Metalworking”“Energy Equipment & Technology Seminar 2010”, Seminar on International Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Equipment of Automotive Transmission 2010, Ringier Technology Innovation Awards 2010-Metalworking, 2010 China Power Engineer Technical Exchange Conference, the 9th MES Development and Application Seminar, and the Seminar on Energy Equipment Technology 2010,etc.
MWCS, IAS and ES 2010 are co-organized by Deutsche Messe AG, Hannover-Messe International GmbH, Hannover Milano Fairs Shanghai and Shanghai World Expo (Group). The three shows staged in conjunction will enhance the connection and cooperation between exhibitors and visitors, accelerating a sustainable development of relevant industrial sectors.

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