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2nd Intelligent Manufacturing Seminar

by Tongji University, Shanghai

Over 300 visitors joined the Intelligent Manufacturing and High-End CNC Machine Tool Innovation Seminar at CME 2016. The popular event will be held again at CME 2017 by the Modern Manufacturing Institute of Tongji University, Shanghai. Over two days the seminar will feature high level speakers from industrial enterprises and scientific institutions. confirmed speakers include:

 

Prof. Shen Bin - Sino-German Institute, Tongji University,

Dr. Ömer Ganiyusufoglu - Shenyang Machine Tool Group,

Prof. Sun Li Ning - University of Suzhou,

Mr. Liu Ming - Ningbo Zijin Metal Materials Technology Co., Ltd.,

Prof. Zhang Shu - Tongji University,

Mr. Zhang Bing Sheng - Shanghai Nanong Precision Machinery Engineering Co., Ltd.,

Dr. Du Shang Jian - Schunk Intec Precision (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.,

Mr. Sun Wen Jing - JNRS Ningxia Juneng Robot System Co.,

Dr. Chen Hu - Dalian Kede Numerical Control Co., Ltd.

Prof. Zhang Wei Min - Tongji University, Shanghai


 
 

Market Outlook at AMB Stuttgart

CME supports gathering of industry leaders

Breakfast meeting high up on the Stuttgart TV Tower on September 15th, 2016: During the AMB-exhibition 50 leaders from machine tool companies, manufacturers of precision tools and robotics, as well as end users from Germany and China gathered to share their views on the outlook for the Chinese machine tool market. CME supported the event which contributed to a better understanding of the major trends that dominate the market. Namely the massive demand for automation, high productivity and high accuracy  indicate a promising future in China for equipment "made in Germany".


 
 

Successful Launch of CME 2017

CME 2017 was launched on July 14th, 2016 with a reception at the historic Bund river front in the city center. Invited guests from industry sectors such as machine tools, precision tools and automation equipment received an overview  about concept and focus of CME 2017 from the organiser, Huapin Exhibition Services. Last but not least, in a casual setting numerous new contacts were made and old friends in the industry had a chance to catch up on each other.