CeMAT ASIA opens with more than 700 exhibitors
World’s most important intralogistics trade fair continues last year's success14 Oct. 2020
While trade fairs are cancelled or postponed almost everywhere in the world, the trade fair landscape in China has already returned to almost normal. From November 3 to 6, CeMAT ASIA will be staged at the Shanghai New International Expo Center together with PTC ASIA and ComVac ASIA. In total, more than 2,000 companies will be presenting their products and solutions over an area of 190,000 square meters.
CeMAT ASIA will be launched under the motto Smart Logistics and thus focus on the digital transformation of logistics. More than 700 companies will present their products and solutions for integrated logistics systems, including many international companies such as Dematic, ebm Papst, Honeywell, ifm, igus, Knapp, Panasonic, Pepperl + Fuchs, Schneider Electric, SEW, SICK, Stäubli, vitronic, and WAGO.
In particular, the exhibition area of Automated Guided Vehicles and Mobile Robots recorded strong growth. These intelligent devices should not be missing in any modern warehouse and are also irreplaceable in the Smart Factory. Leading companies such as Hikrobot, Geekplus, Quicktron, Siasun, Mushiny, Guozi, Mooe, Mairui, Navagraha, AGV, BYD, Yufeng, VisionNav, Malu innovation, Bito, ForwardX, or Noblelift have joined forces with the most important media and research institutions and will be organizing expert forums and seminars on all topics related to Automated Guided Vehicles and Robotics during the exhibition. Innovative technologies and the latest industry trends are presented and discussed there.
The trade fairs PTC ASIA, CeMAT ASIA and ComVac ASIA are organized by Deutsche Messe AG and Hannover Milano Fairs Shanghai Ltd.
For more information, visit www.cemat-asia.com/en.
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