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CCPIT Machinery Sub-council (CCPIT-MSC) was established in 1988. The purpose is to serve national diplomacy and national economic development.
The main service industries of CCPIT-MSC are machine tools, molds, automatic robots, laser and photoelectric technology, machine vision, packaging machinery, printing machinery, plastic machinery, rail transit, tube and wire; engineering machinery, construction machinery, mining machinery, logistics, agricultural machinery; new energy vehicles and intelligent network connected vehicles and automobile parts, industrial parts, electronics, power, electricity, etc.
CCPIT-MSC has more than 20,000 member companies and maintains long-term strategic cooperative partnership with relevant industry associations, chambers and councils for the promotion of trade in more than 50 countries and regions.

Nanjing Stuttgart Joint Exhibition Ltd. is an organizer of world class international exhibitions, events, conferences & seminars. It also manages the 120,000 sqm state-of-the-art Conference & Exhibition venue in Nanjing, China. Nanjing Stuttgart Joint Exhibitions Ltd. has been operating in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province since 2011. It has successfully launched exhibitions, events, conferences and seminars across a range of industries including Logistics, Tourism& Caravan, home furniture and decorations.

Shenzhen Smart Manufacturing International Exhibition & Convention Co. Ltd (SMI) is jointly established by CCPIT Machinery Sub-Council, Messe Stuttgart and four leading manufacturing enterprises. Based in the Greater Bay Area, SMI takes a global view. It aims to promote the transformation and upgrading of Chinese manufacturing industry, strengthen the exchange of advanced manufacturing technologies between countries and build a powerful platform for the sharing of manufacturing professionals around the world by organizing exhibitions, forums and match-making activities in the whole world.

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Yijinhui Green and Smart
Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Advanced Manufacturing Industry Alliance Member:

  • Guangdong Machinery Industry Association
  • Guangdong Machinery Mould Technology Promotion Association
  • Guangdong Foundry Industry Association
  • Guangdong Casting Industry Association
  • Hong Kong Metal Manufacturing Association
  • Hong Kong Mould and Product Technology Association
  • Hong Kong Foundry Association
  • Hong Kong Plastic Machinery Association
  • Shenzhen Machinery Industry Association
  • Shenzhen Industrial Design Association
  • Shenzhen Baoan Intelligent Manufacturing Industry Association
  • Shenzhen Connector Industry Association
  • Guangzhou Sheet Metal Processing Industry Association
  • Guangzhou Machine Tool Industry Association
  • Guangzhou Casting Industry Association
  • Zhuhai Manufacturing Association
  • Foshan Machinery Equipment Industry Association
  • Foshan Shunde Robot Association
  • Foshan Shunde Lunjiao Machinery Parts&Accessories Chamber of Commerce
  • Foshan Shunde Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing Chamber of Commerce
  • Dongguan Machinery Mould Industry Association

 

 

 

 

Support Organizations

German Machine Tool Builders' Association(VDW)

The VDW, headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, speaks for the German machine tool industry. In 2016, it celebrated its 125th anniversary. Together with the Sector Association Machine Tools and Manufacturing Systems within the VDMA (German Engineering Federation) the VDW comprises 303 predominantly mid-tier companies. They account for approximately 90 per cent of the sector’s total turnover, which almost reached 17 billion euros in 2019.

German Engineering Federation(VDMA)

Its approximately 3,300 members make the VDMA the largest network organisation in the European mechanical engineering industry. The association represents the common economic, technical and scientific interests of this diverse industry.

German Chambers of Commerce Worldwide Network(AHK)

AHK Greater China is part of the German Chambers of Commerce Worldwide Network (AHK) which includes 140 offices in 92 countries. The AHK's history in Greater China stretches back to 1981, when the first office was opened in Taipei. With five main offices and seven supporting offices in Greater China and Germany, AHK focus on trade and investment between these two regions. AHK also support more than 2,700 members' business interests through the comprehensive services provided by business and investment, and membership platforms.