Notice of Postponement: NEPCON China 2020


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Reed Exhibitions would like to announce that due to the effects of Coronavirus in China, and in order to protect the health and safety of the exhibitors, visitors, and all involved in exhibition, NEPCON China 2020 will be tentatively postponed to June 17-19, 2020 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center. The show was originally scheduled for April 22-24, 2020.

“China has become the world electronics manufacturing hub after more than 30 years of development,” commented Thomas Huang, Senior Vice President of Reed Exhibitions Greater China. “EMS factories in China like FOXCONN not only import world-class SMT equipment from abroad, but also purchase from local equipment suppliers. Today, China equipment suppliers produce pick-and-place, soldering and inspection machines as well as high-quality robotic equipment. We know the effects of Coronavirus are far-reaching, but we are confident that China will quickly recover and continue operations.”

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