DMC2012 Set to Drive Transformation of Die and Mold Sector

Die & Mold China 2012 (DMC2012) will be held in Hall E1-E6 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre from May 31st to June 3rd. This year's exhibition will highlight the salient characteristics of new technologies, new processes and new structures, with high-end manufacturing and innovation as priorities for exhibitions and themes of presentations.

Fifteen hundred exhibitors from 15 countries and regions, including Germany, Switzerland, Japan and Korea, are slated to participate in the event and showcase their new products and technologies.

A group including over 30 domestic die and mold makers from Guangdong and Zhejiang provinces that form the elite of China's contribution to the sector will jointly demonstrate the unique elements that sets them apart.

Several other conferences, including an industry summit led by China Die and Mold Industry Association (CDMIA), a technology seminar organized by SWISSMEM (the Swiss association of mechanical and electrical engineering industries) in concert with several international organizations, as well as many market-focused events held by BOSCH, other world-leading firms, and several users associations, are scheduled to take place concurrently.

"Offshore Wind China 2012", which is being held at the same time in a nearby venue, will complement DMC2012 in terms of synergies all along the new energy sector's production chain.

The exhibition's crowning event will be the gathering of the industry's leading decision makers and influencers from both within China and abroad where they plan to discuss cutting edge technologies and the demand for large-scale and high-end equipment, driving the transformation and evolution of the sector.

For more information, visit: www.dmcexpo.com/en/Default.aspx

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