2016 Asia Electronics Exhibition in Shanghai (AEES)

2016-11-08 - 2016-11-10
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The Secretary Office of Asia Electronics Exhibition in Shanghai
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86-10-5166 2329
AEES has been held once a year in Shanghai since its debut in 2004. With increased effect, AEES attracts more and more oversea companies bringing their latest electronic products and technology to China and improves the communication between suppliers and buyers. AEES, the comprehensive electronics & IT show co-organized by organizers of five leading electronics exhibitions in Asia, namely, China Electronic Appliance Corporation, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association, Korea Electronics Association and Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers? Association. AEES focus exclusively on electronics and IT products for both consumers and industries purposes. Asia Electronic Exhibition Cooperation Conference inaugurated in 1997 to enhance mutual cooperation and expedite information exchanges among Asia electronics exhibition organizers. In consists of the host of five leading electronic shows in Asia.
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Asia Electronics Exhibition in Shanghai (AEES) is essential for senior managers of electronic applications, technical engineers, researchers, purchasing engineers, i.e. to attend the show. The exhibition plays an important role in their R & D and purchasing activities. The target buyers we invite are from various industries, including consumer electronics, audio-visual, household electronics, information/ communication technology, mechanical engineering/ industrial control, automotive electronics, aerospace technology, lighting, security monitoring, power electronics, medical technology and electrical industries.
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Consumption Electronic Products Home Entertainment Automobile Electronic Products Personal Computers (PC) and Personal Information Products Network Computing Products Commercial and Industrial Electronic Products Electronic Devices Electronic Components Communication Equipments

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