Initiated as a joint project between RAI Amsterdam, China Parts Remanufacturers Association (CPRA) and Sinomachint (China National Machinery Industry International Co), the exhibition programme promises to offer intriguing sessions for everyone in remanufacturing.
From Amsterdam to Guangzhou, the focus of Rematec is advancing remanufacturing.
Rematec Asia tackles match-making difficulties with Chinese reman companies, addresses the challenges and changes that affect the remanufacturing industry and demonstrates how Chinese reman companies operate.
Curtain goes up on a new theatre
The Rematec Theatre will be one of the go-to areas of Rematec Asia.
It will be the venue for a host of presentations and discussions from Chinese national and foreign remanufacturing experts, ensuring that visitors are fully up to speed with domestic and international issues.
The programme runs from Friday 11 October till Sunday 13 October, and the theatre is open to all visitors to Rematec Asia and AAG.
Excursion to local reman facilities
Visitors to the exhibition can go on excursions to experience first-hand exactly what goes on in China’s remanufacturing industry today.
East meets West
With Guangzhou being the home of the Chinese automotive industry as a major automobile production base, there is an obvious industry advantage in joining forces at Automotive Aftermarket Guangzhou (AAG), which expects more than 20.000 visitors and over 1.300 exhibitors.
Rematec Asia hopes to bridge east and west in remanufacturing by shining a light on the benefits for its European and North American customer base to enter the Chinese remanufacturing industry.
Over 95 exhibitors, 15 of which are international, will exhibiting reman products and capabilities at the Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center.
More information on the programme of Rematec Asia can be found by clicking the ‘more details’ link.