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Positive results at ALUMINIUM CHINA 2010 signals comprehensive opportunities ahead in Asia

Positive results at ALUMINIUM CHINA 2010 signals comprehensive opportunities ahead in Asia

World Expo 2010 made Shanghai a unique city to visit in the year, while right alongside this global gathering of dreams, ALUMINIUM CHINA was brought to life at Shanghai New International Expo Centre between 9th June - 11th June 2010. The Asia’s No.1 aluminium industry gathering for the sixth time opened its gates to 9,059 trade visitors from 80 countries. The visitor number compared to last year is increased by 3,1 percent. Nearly 50 percent of total visitors were from the aluminium applications industries like building and construction, transportation, electronics and machinery manufacturing.

ALUMINIUM CHINA 2010 gathered 320 exhibitors from 30 countries and regions. The performance of the show in Shanghai generated superb feedback from participants with 3/4 of the international hall sold for ALUMINIUM CHINA 2011 by the end of the 3rd day. At the event for example leading companies from Asia like Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (CHALCO) with its subdivision China Nonferrous Metals Processing Technology Co., Ltd, Shandong Nanshan Aluminum Corporation Ltd., Conglin Group, Furukawa Sky or Zhejiang Gko Aluminum Co. Ltd, international key player like Wagstaff, Pyrotek, FATA, DUBAL and EMAL as well as german companies like ALERIS, Siemens VAI Manufacturing Co. Ltd or SMS group. The visitors also showed great interest at the exhibition pavilions primary aluminum, recycled and aluminum auto parts

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of conferences. The three-day special forum discussed all relevant issues of the whole industry chain, ranging from primary aluminum, aluminum processing, to application, and recycling, which further enhanced the event’s role in providing solutions for enterprises. As a major highlight of event this year, the first SAE Asia Congress, a copy of SAE World Congress, jointly organised by SAE International and Reed Exhibitions, brought together international auto industry elites the share their exclusive views on the latest sophisticated EV technologies with automotive engineers, designers, buyers and corporate executives and other professionals.
The associated 2010 China Aluminium Fabrication Forum was organized by the China Non Ferrous Metal Industry Association along with China’s leading aluminium information and consultancy provider Antaike, as well as the ALUMINIUM CHINA.

Aluminum China 2011 will be held from July 13th to 15th next year at Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

www.aluminiumchina.com

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