CHINA DIECASTING 2015

The World's second largest event for the diecasting industry

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Opening ceremony of ChinaDieCastExpo2015 © 2015 Fritsch Media GmbH

China Diecasting 2015 was held in Shanghai during the second week in July this year. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2015, the show achieved a remarkable breakthrough from every aspect.

The space covered 18.000m², an increase by 46% compared to 2014, and with over 255 exhibitors, an increase by 68% compared to 2014. There were more than 8.392 trade visitors within the Diecasting Industry from over 10 countries and regions around the world.

Just the extraordinary amount of visitors may also be due to the Aluminium China fair, which was located at the same fairground during the same time period. To some extent, the different organizers began to understand the demand of all participants of the industry to combine overlapping topics to achieve a higher attraction and value to visit fairs and congresses.

China Diecasting is increasingly becoming the leading event in China covering all relevant topics concerning the entire process chain for diecasting. It is not just a place where demand meets supply, this trade show is also a unique time and place to exchange knowledge and expertise.

We have met acknowledged representatives of diecasting companies, solution providers and equipment manufacturers themselves, searching for related and new partners as well as finding out top trends and industry innovations.

The fair was accompanied by two separate Automotive Casting Conferences, touching on the latest lightweight development and facing the environmental challenges in China, where the authorities are already acting and regulate the production into the limitation of using cars.

Experts do not necessarily predict downturns in the automotive and casting industry, but remind the industry to face these challenges and to stay highly innovative.

The Foundry Institution of Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society (FICMES) was founded in 1962, and formally admitted to be a member of World Foundry Organization (WFO) in 1978. FICMES has been committing itself to the industrial development of foundry and die casting of China, and strengthening the extensive academic & technological exchange and cooperation with all of the foundry organizations of the world. FICMES consists of the council, secretariat and its subsidiary 14 technical committees and 8 working committees. Members of the FICMES include domestic and foreign foundry enterprises in China, universities, institutions, and more.

Quelle: Fritsch Media GmbH