South China’s growing wire and cable industry takes another step forward this week, as leading exhibitors converge with buyers from around the world at the 11th Wire and Cable Guangzhou exhibition. The fair welcomes trade visitors at the China Import and Export Fair Complex to network and do business with 220 exhibitors from South China and beyond from 11 – 13 June 2019.
More than 200 exhibitors from 15 countries will present the modern equipment and up-to-date technologies for the full manufacturing chain: from design and prototyping to the finished product.
The countdown to the 11th edition of Wire and Cable Guangzhou has entered its last few weeks with final preparations underway ahead of the fair’s opening at the China Import and Export Fair Complex. Taking place from 11 – 13 June, the 2019 edition of the fair will feature four fringe events that are closely aligned with the needs of the regional cable industry.
Benefiting from economic growth, population expansion and an intensifying aging phenomenon, coupled with everyone’s increasing concern about health issues, the global demand for medical devices is increasing sharply. In North America, it is expected the spending on healthcare will register a growth of 5.9% from 2017 to 2025. In Europe, rising demand for both dental and physical body implants is expected to have a positive impact on the medical plastics industry. In the Middle East and Africa, meanwhile, demand for medical components such as disposable gloves, syringes, and catheters will drive the market.
Wire & Cable Guangzhou is set to take place from 11 – 13 June 2019 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, China. Benefiting from the Belt and Road Initiative and China’s 13th Five-Year Plan, the 2019 show is projected to exceed the previous edition in terms of scale. Four specialised zones will be present at the show to meet the sourcing requirements of an expected 30,000 professional trade buyers from the electric power, architectural, transportation and property development sectors.
Intelligentization has become an important element in the development of many industries, there is no exception in the packaging industry. Advanced packaging technologies not only allow consumers to choose food products without worries, but also facilitate food preservation and transportation, in order to increase profit margin and create business opportunities.
PRM-Taiwan’s New Year Resolution Plastic and Rubber Manufacturers Taiwan is here to start 2019 with a BAM! Standing firmly as the number 1 platform for Taiwanese plastics and rubber manufacturers, our dreams does not stop here. Although already influential, our goal is to further penetrate global markets including but not limited to the Spanish, European, African and Russian markets. To show our resolve, PRM Taiwan will like to present to you our brand new look! The logo is a manifestation of PRM-Taiwan. With the color representing our mindset, shape representing our physicality and missing pieces as our motivation.
CHINAPLAS will move to a larger show venue - National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC), in Hongqiao, Shanghai.
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