Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit China

CE China, together with leading suppliers in the industry, will hold the 11th annual CEC Best Product Award and Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit China to help Chinese manufacturing companies improve competitiveness.

09/14/2014


With new trends in automation, customization, and energy saving, the manufacturing industry in China has been on an industrial development expressway. A new manufacturing era with state-of-the-art technologies is quickly approaching. Traditionally, manufacturers consider channels, costs, and pricing as the main attributes in competition. With the market's demand for innovations and constant updates, manufacturers must acquire competitive advantages in the fields of R&D, production and manufacturing, IT, energy optimization, supply chain management, and service diversification in order to overcome new challenges. 

Control Engineering China (CEC) and Plant Engineering China (PEC), together with leading suppliers in the industry, will hold the 11th annual CEC Best Product Award, PEC Engineers' Choice Award, and Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit China to help Chinese manufacturing companies improve domestic and international competitiveness. The events will include the latest design and innovations in R&D, intelligent manufacturing, automation, energy efficiency management, and diversified services. It is an ideal platform for domestic and international companies to exchange ideas and enhance presence.

Schedule of CEC Best Product Award and GAMS China

Jul.1 - Aug.30          Nomination from OEM vendors
Aug.30 - Sep. 16     First round qualification 
Sep. 16 - Oct. 25     Voting 
Oct. 25 - Nov. 4       Award finalization and ceremony preparation
Nov. 5                     Award ceremony and manufacturing summit
Nov. 4 - Nov. 8        Winner products show at China International Industry Fair (CIIF)

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