NEPCON China 2017

2017-04-25 - 2017-04-27
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+86 21 2231 7016

This must-attend event is one of China's largest, longest standing and most comprehensive SMT trade shows. The event is one of the biggest and longest standing trading and sourcing platform in Asia featuring all major brands in the electronics manufacturing world. NEPCON China is an outstanding trade platform and exhibition that features the entire electronics manufacturing industry on a large scale. The event focuses on SMT (surface mount technology) and EMA (electronics manufacturing automation). Over 28,000 electronics manufacturing industry buyers with high purchasing power and senior executives from North, East and Central China attended NEPCON China in 2016. The buyers represented the fields of EMS/OEM/ODM, consumer electronics, computers, communications, automotive electronics and medical devices. NEPCON China is the ideal platform via which to acquire new sales leads, network with customers, showcase the new products and technologies and promote brands.

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NEPCON China 2017 is one of the largest and longest standing trading and sourcing platforms for the SMT and Electronics Manufacturing industry in Asia. Featuring a comprehensive range of innovative SMT products and technology, it brings the entire world of SMT to your door step. The event provides a sourcing platform for new suppliers gathers new market information and displays the latest technologies to help you enhance your competitiveness in the electronics manufacturing industry.
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As part of the globally renowned NEPCON series, organized by Reed Exhibitions, NEPCON China stands alone in its ability to guarantee high value business prospects to participants. On average, 500 leading electronics manufacturers take part in each NEPCON China exhibition – an event that spans 30,000 sqm.

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