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ALUMINIUM China 2017 covers three key topics

Coinciding with the NPC and CPPCC meetings taking place in Beijing, the aluminium industry in China is embracing a warm springtime. The domestic electrolytic aluminium has seen a rise last year from 9,800 yuan/t to the peak of 15,800 yuan/t. In 2017, with the more stringent environmental regulations and the policy drive to reduce overcapacity, the aluminium price may see a continuous rise. Against the backdrop of favourable conditions, ALUMINIUM China takes place at SNIEC 19–21 July 2017. The event has been the industry barometer over the past 13 years. It continues to make new breakthroughs and attracts keen attention by all industry colleagues.

Topic 1: Enhance overseas visitor satisfaction to provide value-added services & benefits

To enhance overseas visitor experience, expedite the process of entering the exhibition venue, and ensure personalized quality delivered throughout the pre-show and in-show stages, the organizer continue to offer the International Visitor Programme to the visitors from other countries, as well as visitors from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. It includes travel allowance, free business match-making service and factory visit around Shanghai as well as on-site lucky draw etc. The organizer is committed to providing event highlights tailored for the needs of the pre-registration visitors from three months ahead of the event through the end of the event.

Topic 2: Continued focus on end users with the debut of light-weight vehicles zone

As an annual industry fanfare, ALUMINIUM China has enjoyed keen attention by all industry colleagues and end-users. Thanks to market reinvigoration, the event is enjoying even bigger attention. This year, ALUMINIUM China is debuting the automotive lightweight zone in response to the hot topic of light-weight vehicles. This zone will showcase lighter materials, equipment for lighter design and manufacturing, and innovative creations. The exhibits include aluminium products as well as HSS, magnesium alloy, composites, and other materials and equipment.

Other exhibition zones include Packaging Zone (for aluminium bottles and cans and non-aluminium vessel producers to understand packaging trends, whereby European International Aluminium Foil Innovation Award-winning products gather and China Aluminium Foil Packaging Innovation Competition accepts on-site submission of entries), Deep Processing Display Zone (to showcase leading processed products, technologies, and innovations covering aerospace, space, transportation, and consumer electronics), and Auto Parts Display Zone (to work with the Auto Industry Association to showcase parts, cast and forge pieces, and core processing technologies).

Topic 3: Focus on deep processing & exchange on core technologies

A series of themed seminars will take place on the sideline of the show to offer targeted discussions. The Core Automotive Lightweight Technologies Seminar features lighter auto-related welding and joining technologies of interest by auto makers and parts producers. The seminar will also feature leading foreign auto makers who come to share experiences for the first time. The Lean Enterprise Management Summit Forum offers guidance to companies on how to address market challenges, expand presence, and develop along a steady path. The forum also helps companies with insights on savings, smooth manufacturing process, quality assurances, and work safety as part of the wider effort to enhance profitability.

The Aluminium Alloy Application in Consumer Electronics Form Factor Design Forum explores the use of aluminium alloy in consumer electronics based on the Aluminum Application in Consumer Electronics Whitepaper in 2016, with a particular focus on demanding specifications of Aluminium case and molding technologies in the 5G era.

The Aluminium Deep Processing Forum offers companies with insights on how to expand to wider application areas and promote transformational upgrades. The forum explores aluminium application in transportation and consumer electronics as affects future development and industry standards.

A special topic of the forum will cover aluminium use in general aerospace, including a new trend of deep processing technologies whereby the industry must adapt to the needs of end users.

ALUMINIUM China 2017 will continue to innovate and try out new creative thinking, including new formats and enriched contents. The event will offer a remarkably refreshing industry fanfare that promotes accelerated upgrade.

For further information please visit: www.aluminiumchina.com

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