China Diecasting: open up new business potential
At this year's China Diecasting - on 19-21 July, 2017 in Shanghai - around 350 exhibitors and 15,000 trade visitors from the automotive, electronics and mechanical and plant engineering sectors are expected. For German and European companies, the event is a good opportunity to get to know the flourishing Chinese die casting market and open up new business potential.
“China is currently the world's largest die casting market and, for that reason, very exciting for many of our customers. At the same time, the uncertainty with regard to the unfamiliar economic system and cultural differences are great”, says Christopher Boss, Director Exhibitions at NürnbergMesse in charge of the EUROGUSS trade fair in Nuremberg as well as the worldwide die casting events. “That is why we are accompanying our customers step by step and offering interested companies various services enabling them to get to know the Chinese market. This starts with participating in a travelling delegation, which involves visiting the fair, the Congress and companies locally, extends to booking an all-round carefree package including participation in a pavilion up to an individual stand. In the process, all the important services necessary for the perfect entry into the Asian market are provided from one source, as our customers are familiar with from EUROGUSS in Nuremberg”, explains Boss.
In the even years, the European die casting sector meets at the EUROGUSS trade fair at the exhibition centre Nuremberg, Germany. There, for three days, around 600 exhibitors and 12,000 trade visitors inform themselves about the latest technology, processes and products. EUROGUSS is the only event to present the entire die casting process chain: from high-tech machinery through to new materials up to efficient services. Apart from that, the NürnbergMesse Group is active on the die casting front at CHINA DIECASTING (held annually in Shanghai) and at ALUCAST, which is held in the even years in India, alternating between Bangalore and Delhi.