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WORLD OF INDUSTRIES 4/2019

WORLD OF INDUSTRIES 4/2019

Experience the changing

Experience the changing dynamics of China’s industries at IAS Shanghai Shanghai has been the engine of China’s growth over the last two decades. The city has grown from a mere fishing village to a hub of manufacturing, innovation, finance and culture. Given the magnitude of manufacturing activity in and around the city, it is an obvious choice for a top quality industrial exhibition of the international standards like the IAS Shanghai. Every year in September, Shanghai witnesses a large number of visitors coming in from Japan, South Korea, Germany, Italy, America, Switzerland, France, Austria, Britain, Israel, Singapore and India. What is so special about Shanghai in September? Month of September marks the beginning of autumn and end of summer, so the temperature still lingers on the higher side, but as days pass it starts to get cooler and cooler. Apart from changing weather, September plays host to multiple industrial trade fairs of international caliber. A wide range of trade fair venues, conference facilities along with its well-established transport system NEWS AND MARKETS Author: Sushen Doshi, International correspondent for World of Industries 14 WORLD OF INDUSTRIES 4/2019

make Shanghai a great business destination. Industrial Automation Show (IAS) Shanghai, is one such blockbuster event which the industrial community can’t miss out on. One of the world leaders in industrial goods trade fairs, Deutsche Messe AG, along with Hannover Milano Fairs Shanghai Ltd., organizes the Industrial Automation Show (IAS) Shanghai every September. This year the show is to be held from 17 th - 21 st September. The prestigious fair grounds of National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai offer a display area of more than 70,000 m 2 for over 600 exhibitor companies. This five-day show brings in close to 200,000 trade visitors from home and abroad. Over the years, the popularity of IAS has seen a sharp rise not only in China but also around Asia. In 2018, more than 60 % of the exhibitors were from outside China, these figures represent the dominant market position this event holds amongst all of Asia’s industrial automation trade fairs. Along with IAS, the venue also co-hosts the Metalworking and CNC Machine Tool Show (MWCS) and the Energy show. MWCS is a leading international trade fair for the entire metal working sector in southeast China, focusing mainly on machine tools, sheet metal, pipes and tubes, mould and die construction etc. The energy show is an international exhibition on electrical power generation and distribution technologies. The exhibitors list at the Industrial Automation Show has a strong representation from the reputed German companies and global market leaders like Siemens, Bosch, Pheonix Contact, Mitsubishi Electric, Omron, Delta, Turck, Festo, Beckhoff, National Instruments, B&R, Lenze, Ritttal, Balluff, Wago, Pepperl+Fuchs, IFM, Sick, Harting, Baumer, Pilz, Hiwin, Nord and many more. Many of these organizations use this platform to make product launches and showcase their cutting-edge technologies. Innovation driven companies take this opportunities to display their capabilities in the field of industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing. WORLD OF OF INDUSTRIES 4/2019 15

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