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NEPCON South China 2017, being held in conjunction with the Shenzhen Circuit Sourcing 2017 (CS Show) and Automotive World China (AWC), opens its doors today at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province in China to showcase nearly 600 companies catering to the electronics manufacturing industry.
This year’s event, the largest ever in the show’s 30-year history, features 45,000 square meters of exhibition space. The exhibition allows visitors to see product demonstrations and solutions related to SMT, EMA, soldering and dispensing, test and measurement, and other core elements along the electronics industry value chain.
NEPCON South China 2017 also features dozens of high-quality seminars and technology conferences in partnership with the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) and the SMTA China South Chapter. The SMTA China South Conference 2017, featuring a technology conference and a vendor conference, has a lineup of talks and presentations about the latest innovations in electronics manufacturing technologies.
Stay tuned for our RealTime with… NEPCON South China 2017 coverage, which features video interviews of leading innovators and leaders in the industry, and an extensive photo gallery of the event.
I-Connect007 Research Team
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Barry Matties, I-Connect007
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Neil Sharp, JJS Manufacturing
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