CMIT2014 Opens in Chengdu

Authors: Go Chengdu


The 2014 Chengdu International Modern Industrial Technology Expo (CMIT 2014) was open at the Chengdu Century City New International Convention & Exhibition Center on November 25.
Occupying an area of 20,000 square meters, the three-day event attracted hundreds of leading manufacturers from home and abroad to exhibit their high-end industrial products and conduct professional exchanges with their counterparts.
Kong Bin, CEO of Kuka Robotic China Co.,Ltd, one of the world's major robot manufacturers, told Chengdu Daily that the sales volume of industrial robots in China will maintain an annual increase of 30% in the three years to come. Due to the rapid industrial development of western China, the demand for robots in the region will surpass the national average.
"With the development of technology, robots can be used not only in industrial manufacturing, but also in improving the quality of human’s daily life,” Mr. Kong added.

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