Asiamold 2017 Review – Guangzhou International Mould & Die Exhibition closes with Visitor Figures Up
Asiamold 2017 Review – Guangzhou International Mould & Die Exhibition successfully closed on 3 March at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, China. The 11th edition welcomed 250 exhibitors from 11 countries and regions who demonstrated the industry’s most up-to-date and in-demand mould making, die casting, metalworking and 3D printing technologies across 15,000 sqm of exhibition space. You can read here the brief Asiamold 2017 Review .
Asiamold 2017: Orders on the Rise!
Even with the fair now being held in March instead of September, the visitor figure of 24,121 from 39 countries and regions (2016: 23,017) did not lessen the amount of business taking place at the fair, with many exhibitors reporting strong levels of orders and enquiries from existing and new customers, particularly from SPS – Industrial Automation Fair Guangzhou (SIAF) which was held concurrently with Asiamold.
Asiamold: Key Platform for well-known Global Companies
As one of Asia’s most reputable mould and die trade event, Asiamold is a key platform for well-known global companies to present their newest products and meet new buyers. The fair was praised by exhibitors for its effectiveness in connecting them with decision-makers and also for facilitating their business development.
Place to be for positive Business Cooperations
Through the years, Asiamold has become the ideal event for anyone involved in the mould, die casting and 3D printing industries and the success of the show only continues to grow. Buyers find Asiamold to be the place to form a positive business cooperation. Organisers worked diligently to expand the network of participants both within more areas of China, as well as internationally and this effort was appreciated.
Asiamold 2017 Review: The Latest 3D Printing and Moulding Technologies
Concurrent events have also added to Asiamold’s success. Leading industry players specialising in Mould, die casting, 3D printing and metalwork were invited to share their views on current industry developments and future trends. At the 2017 show, 33 presentations were conducted which covered the latest 3D printing and moulding technologies.
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