A total of 1,230 exhibitors (2016: 1,088) from 28 countries and regions presented the latest product developments.
And more than 68,215 visitors (2016: 61,455) came to the Shanghai New International Exhibition Center (SNIEC).
Smart manufacturing embraces information, technology and human ingenuity to bring about a rapid revolution in the development and application of manufacturing intelligence to every aspect of the electronics industry. Edwin Tan, CEO of Messe Muenchen Shanghai said, “Smart manufacturing will increase the flexibility of plants, lower the cost of products and improve environmental sustainability.
It will enable the electronics industry to keep competitive.”A large number of leading robot companies and automation solution providers, such as ABB, FANUC, Nachi, Omron, Universal Robots, showcased their creative solutions to the electronics manufacturing automation, which are devoted to improving work environment, optimizing manufacturing processes, enhancing productivity and keeping manufacturers much competitive in the global marketplace. Xiaobing Liu, Vice General Manager and Director of Robot Businesses, NACHI said, “This exhibition is very important in the electronics industry.
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