Reed Exhibitions Greater China and Shanghai Kuozhan Exhibitions Reach Agreement to Jointly Organize C-TOUCH

December 7, 2014

Reed Exhibitions Greater China has reached agreement with Shanghai Kuozhan Exhibitions to jointly organize the China International Touchscreen Exhibition, a world-leading touchscreen event (commonly known as C-TOUCH) from 2015 onwards.

C-TOUCH is organized in Shanghai (May) and Shenzhen (November) and showcases a comprehensive range of Touch Panel Modules and displays; components and materials such as sensors and IC; and a multitude of equipment and devices. Since its inception in 2008, C-TOUCH has become a leading international touchscreen industry event.

Featuring state-of-the-art technologies and attracting top experts in the touchscreen industry, C-TOUCH is the must-attend event to view the newest touchscreen concepts and solutions. It provides suppliers and buyers an effective platform to conduct business and at the same time network with industry experts and potential business partners.

“We’re delighted to collaborate with C-TOUCH. It is another leading electronics manufacturing industry show for Reed in Shanghai and Shenzhen, where we already host the highly influential NEPCON series of events,” said Reed Exhibitions Greater China President Nat Wong.

He added, “We look forward to working closely with the C-TOUCH team, and to forge a close and positive collaboration that will yield tangible benefits for the industry. By adding Reed’s international expertise and leverage to the excellent local knowledge and contacts already established by the C-TOUCH team, we are in a position to offer the industry a more comprehensive range of products and services; access to a broader spectrum of customers and the benefit of international-standard expertise for the fast-developing touchscreen sector.”

Zhang Xiangkuo, meneral manager of Shanghai Kuozhan Exhibitions Services Co. Ltd, praised the synergistic boost that the cooperation with Reed Exhibitions will bring.

“The cooperation with Reed Exhibitions will take C-TOUCH to another level. It heralds a definite shift in the competition landscape in the Shanghai and Shenzhen touchscreen industries,” he added. “I am convinced that we are now better placed than ever to deliver an industry-defining exhibition in this fast-growing sector.”

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