The China (Guangzhou) International Robot &Intelligent Manufacturing Exhibition kicked off at China Import and Export Complex in Guangzhou on August 6th. It’s the industry’s first off-line exhibition nationwide after the COVID-19 pandemic and it will last until Saturday on August 8th.
The exhibition covers an area of 40 thousand square meters and has more than 400 enterprises display their latest products. These enterprises include key intelligent equipment suppliers such as SINOMACH, Xpeng Motors and PCI Tech.
SINOMACH displays the mask-making machine they developed during the pandemic. [Photo\Newsgd.com]
“The number of exhibitors increase despite of the pandemic. They bring a wide range of products including industrial robots, service robots, drones, smart wearable electronics, 3D printing technologies and IoT technologies. They show stronger interest in expanding domestic market this year,” said Liang Wanqian, operator director of SINOMACH Intelligence Technology and one of the organizers of the fair.
Colamark, a Guangzhou-based company, brings its vision tablet counter to the fair this year. Protected by various patents, the machine employs high speed imaging technology to provide tablet counting solution.
Zhou Ying, sales director of Colamark, said Europe and US are the major markets of the machine due to their strong demand for precise tablet counting technology. “Our clients include 17 of the Global Top 30 pharmaceutical manufacturers ranking in 2019. Now that the pharmaceutical industry is rapidly developing in China, expanding the domestic market will be our new focus.”
Smart equipment is a key component of the high-end equipment manufacturing industry in Guangzhou and is fundamental to the city’s economy. The Guangzhou government has been fostering the industry through advantageous policies in recent years. It has clustered a large number of related companies, and the output of its smart equipment industry reached 131 billion yuan in 2019.
Supported by the Guangzhou government, the fair is organized by Guangzhou Industry and Information Technology Bureau and SINOMACH.
Reported by Jasmine
Edited by Wing