NEPCON has Asia covered
EMP Handbook 2015
Reed Exhibitions has grown NEPCON to become Asia’s leading exhibition brand for the electronics manufacturing sector, with a number of events scheduled for 2015. Although the coverage offered by these events differs somewhat in terms of scope and some of them are co-located with other events to draw in visitors, they all focus primarily on electronics manufacturing technologies and products.
For those interested in networking or experiencing what the Asian market has to offer, the following is a brief guide to the major NEPCON events taking place this year:
China – Shanghai, 21 to 23 April
One of the biggest and longest standing trading and sourcing platforms in Asia, NEPCON China features all major brands in the electronics manufacturing world. The exhibition will cover a floor area of 25 000 square metres, bring together over 500 leading companies from 22 countries and regions, and attract around 21 000 industry leaders and trade professionals.
Malaysia – Penang, 9 to 11 June
NEPCON Malaysia is the single largest sourcing ground for PCB, SMT, testing and measurement, components, semiconductor, automation and support services in Malaysia. Visitors will be able to network with more than 5000 industry players from over 30 countries, and source from more than 300 international suppliers.
Thailand – Bangkok, 24 to 27 June
Over 360 brands of technology providers from 23 countries will come together at NEPCON Thailand, with every profile from upstream to downstream expected to gather under one roof for over 10 000 quality visitors to source new technologies and suppliers.
South China – Shenzhen, 25 to 27 August
NEPCON South China will highlight the application of state-of-the-art technologies and products in electronics manufacturing, from SMT to EMA. Solutions for the industry will be comprehensively showcased, with many industry leaders planning to use the event to launch new products and updated technologies.
Vietnam – Hanoi, 17 to 19 September
Over 100 brands from 10 countries will gather at NEPCON Vietnam to meet 7000 quality buyers. This is the growing Vietnamese market’s only exhibition dedicated to SMT, testing technologies, equipment and supporting industries for electronics manufacturing.
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