Guangzhou to boost Chinese manufacturing sector with smart solutions on show in March

The debut edition of Guangzhou Industrial Technology (GIT) will be held at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, 4–6 March 2024. Under the theme of ‘Smart technology – Unleash the potential of Chinese manufacturing’, organisers Messe Frankfurt and partners are aiming to provide a platform for business co-operation and economic advancement.

Strategically situated in Guangzhou and serving the Greater Bay Area including Hong Kong and Macau, Guangzhou Industrial Technology is positioning to become the industry’s signature showcase in China.

China has introduced a number of policy measures to promote the use of smart manufacturing technologies, efforts that are part of a broader national development strategy known as ‘new industrialisation’, which is focused on modernising and advancing the country’s manufacturing sector.

The significance of this initiative was underscored at the Central Economic Work Conference on 11 December 2023, where top Chinese officials stressed the need to stimulate industrial innovation by fusing technological advancement with a committed focus to new industrialisation. In line with these objectives, Guangzhou Industrial Technology is committed to building a comprehensive exhibition and communication platform for smart manufacturing technologies.

Over 30,000 visitors and 400 exhibiting companies are expected at the 2024 event. Notable industry participants include Dongguan DingTong Precision Metal, Dongguan Yalu Industrial and Guangdong FRENK Intelligent Technology.

The trade fair will host exhibitors from a variety of industries including software and IT systems, industrial communication technologies, industrial robots, non-standard automation equipment, system integration and smart equipment, and industrial cloud platforms. Also featured will be fluid transmission and air pressure technologies, smart logistics, metal processing and laser welding, moulding technologies such as moulds, 3D printing, die casting, forging and more. This convergence of sectors is aimed at supporting the industry’s progression toward new industrialisation.


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