Reed Exhibitions and Partners to Host Strategic Electronics Manufacturing Summit – South China 2013

26 Aug 2013

Reed Exhibitions, in conjunction with the CCPIT Electronics & Information Industry Sub-Council, the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) and Shenzhen Top Touch Consultancy, will host the Strategic Electronics Manufacturing Summit – South China 2013 on August 27 and 28 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.

The Strategic Electronics Manufacturing Summit – South China 2013 is an unparalleled platform through which representatives of the leading electronics manufacturing enterprises network, learn and exchange information with decision makers from businesses along the entire SMT and electronics manufacturing chain. It is also an effective communication channel that facilitates the strengthening of relationships with government bodies and decision makers. These key influencers set development trends and drive the electronics manufacturing industry forward.

The summit will host over 300 senior managers from China’s electronics manufacturing industry across a blended format of presentations, panel discussions and question-and-answer sessions. These top-level executives will come from the EMS, OEM and ODM industries, as well as from government bodies and trade associations.

Ten prominent industry executives and government officers will share their takes on development prospects in China’s electronics manufacturing industry. They will all descend on Shenzhen in the hopes of establishing an efficient communication channel with government to allow them to be the first to learn about newly introduced or imminent policies. The event will also be the ideal channel via which to keep abreast of the hottest industry trends and the most influential innovations.

The summit will run on two consecutive afternoons (August 27 and 28) and be collocated with NEPCON South China, an exhibition renowned for being the biggest, longest standing trade and sourcing platform for South China’s electronics manufacturing industry. Topics to be explored on the first day include:

Economic And Policy Environment For China’s Electronics Manufacturing Industry Today
Diao Shijing, Deputy Head, Electronic Information Section, MIIT Zhou Zixue, Chief Economist, MIIT
The Next Growth Area Driving The Recovery Of Global Electronics Manufacturing
Feng Fei, Head, Industry & Economy Research Dept., Development Research Center under State Council
Keynote Address: The Influence on Global Industry of China’s Transformation of the Local Electronics Manufacturing Trade
Ren Guocheng, Director, CETC No. 2 Research Institute
Challenges & Opportunities: How Electronics Manufacturers are Transforming Themselves
Wang Jun, Interim Vice President, China Association for Mechatronics Technology and Applications (CAMETA)
Intelligence Trends for Electronics Manufacturing In The Future
Zhao Zhengping, Deputy Director, Sci-Tech Committee, CETC
The Content and Practices of Electronics Manufacturing Transformation and Upgrading

On the afternoon of Day 2, the agenda will be:

China's Electronic Manufacturing Equipment Development: Planning And Future Trends
Jincunzhong, Secretary-General, CEPEA
Samsung TPM Model Continues to Promote Enterprise Innovation
Zhu RongYun, CEO, MIC Enterprise Innovation Consulting Co.
Keynote address: Lean manufacturing – The Path to Innovation Upgrades in EMS Factories
Verner Chan,BEPSUN CEO
Mobile Phone Manufacturing Strategic Planning for the Future
Senior Director, Huawei Research Institute
How EMS Companies Can Face the Challenges of Global Integration
Vice President, Flextronics
Panel discussion moderated by Tony Chu, Deputy Director, Chinese Electronic Society’s Electronics Manufacturing and Packaging Branch
Panel: Zhu RongYun, David Lu, Verner Chan, EMS manufacturer representative

During the Summit, participants will also build up personal connections with key decision makers or potential partners in this industry, as well as have the chance to get a first-hand insight into the dynamics of electronics manufacturing, its leading players and all the key links along the industry chain. The event will also be where future trends in electronics manufacturing will be set by the global leaders in attendance.

“China has a vast electronics manufacturing industry and it is primed to further expand its already substantial potential,” said Josephine Lee, Senior Vice President of Reed Exhibitions Greater China. “The country’s strengths lay in manufacturers’ high levels of technical innovation, production capacity and ability to keep pace with what can be fluid market demand.”

Close to 40 companies have already confirmed their participation in the Summit. Among them are ACCTON, Guangzhou Jiazhonglian Technologies, Dell, Huawei Technology , Hong Kong NovTech Development, Konka Group, NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORK, United Automotive Electronic System, PHILIPS, Qingdao Hisense Mobile Communications ,Shenzhen Kaifa Technology, BYD Company Ltd., Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell, Panasonic Electric (China), Siemens VDO Automotive Electronics (Huizhou), FiberHome Technologies Group and Zhuhai Neosonic Electric Power.

For more information on the Strategic Electronics Manufacturing Summit – South China 2013, visit

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