International Electronics Circuit Exhibition (Shenzhen) Set for December 2019

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The 2019 International Electronics Circuit Exhibition (Shenzhen) – formerly the International Printed Circuit & APEX South China Fair – will be held in the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, China, from 4-6 December 2019. Long-time organizer the Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association (HKPCA) is this year joining hands with the China Printed Circuit Association (CPCA) to present the 18th edition of the region’s premier showcase for the PCB and EA industry – a one-stop sourcing platform for the latest products, services and solutions spanning the whole supply chain. This new partnership is dedicated to delivering an even more fruitful experience for all participants in this influential event.

Almost 600 Exhibitors Spanning the Entire Supply Chain

The 2019 Show is again breaking all previous records, and will be the largest ever edition, with the opening of Hall 9 in addition to the previously occupied Halls 1, 2 and 4 bringing the total exhibition area to a massive 67,500 sq.m. Sales feedback has been overwhelming – all booths are already sold out following the booth allocation meeting in June, and close to 3,500 booths will accommodate nearly 600 exhibitors from China and overseas.

Visitors to the Fair will be able to meet numerous enterprises under one roof, from established industry leaders to innovative new entrants. Exhibitors this year include TTM, Topsearch, Founder, Mass-Laminate, Lead, WKK, Atotech, Harvar, Schmoll, Dupont China, Jadason, Orbotech, Han’s CNC, C Sun, Protek, Hitachi Chemical, Worldwide, Rogers, Universal P.C.B., Joint Stars, Topoint, Farcien, Machvision, Zhengye, Guangdong Guanghua, Carl Zeiss, Lauffer, Screen, Beyond and many more.

Evolving Industry Trends Reinforce the Value of the Show

The Show has become an inspiring success story after 17 editions and is an important integrative event for sourcing, information and technology exchange, industry networking and business development. Staging along the theme this year – Converging Ideas. Steering Innovation. Navigating Industry – reflects the enormous value of the show in different areas: bringing together industry leaders to exchange ideas and information; showcasing new technology; and helping to shape the industry’s future development. With expanding technological trends like 5G, Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Computing making new demands on our industry, the show provides valuable information on these changes and highlights the exciting opportunities they present.

Concurrent Activities Add More Value to Visitors’ Experience

As in past years, the exhibition will be supplemented by an attractive selection of concurrent onsite events. The International Technical Conference will bring together industry experts and market leaders for an in-depth sharing of insights into technological innovations and the latest industry trends. Meanwhile the traditional Welcome Dinner and Golf Tournament will provide abundant networking opportunities in a relaxed environment, making the show a high-quality platform for participants to foster friendships and strengthen business ties and partnerships.

About Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association (HKPCA)

HKPCA is a non-profit-making association which was founded in Hong Kong during 2000. Being one of the members of World Electronic Circuits Council (WECC), it helps us to get not only closer connections with overseas printed circuit associations but also better communications. Other WECC members include: CPCA, EIPC, ELCINA, IPC, IPCA, JPCA, KPCA and TPCA.

As the unique representative of the Hong Kong PCB industry, we aim to promote and protect the rights and interests of the industry. Performing the communication liaison role within the industry, a diversified communication platform is provided by HKPCA so that our members can be closely linked. Also, HKPCA represents the industry expressing our ideas and opinions to the government and relevant organizations.

HKPCA has more than 500 members. Total PCB production values reach around 9 billion dollars which occupy 34% of the PCB industry in China. Member categories differ from PCB manufacturers, PCB equipment, suppliers of chemicals and raw materials and other trade and software companies. HKPCA member base will be broadened by recruiting more and more qualified members. With all our efforts, the China PCB industry develops more prosperously.

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About China Printed Circuit Association (CPCA)

China Printed Circuit Association (CPCA) is the national grade one association approved by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republish of China and led by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Department. Established in June 1990, CPCA members mainly consist of PCB producers, CCL and material suppliers, special equipment manufacturers, SMT and EMS suppliers and related colleges and research institutes. CPCA has nine national grade two branch associations and 800 members. CPCA organizes enterprises to participate in the development of CPCA and WECC standards; composes joint standards with IPC and JPCA; participates in the development of standard custom tariff terms and the unit consumption standards; publishes printed circuit information newspapers and magazines; hosts CPCA annual international exhibition in March; holds annual Spring and Autumn international PCB information/Technology forums; conducts workers skill training and organizes different kinds of lectures; carries out industry survey and issues annual industry development report; releases the annual China Printed Circuits Industry Top 100 Enterprises List etc.



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