Notice of Postponement—2020 International Electronic Circuits (Shanghai) Exhibition


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The China Printed Circuit Association has issued a letter regarding the postponement of the 2020 International Electronic Circuits Exhibition.

Dear Exhibitors and Prospective Visitors:

To prevent the spread of pneumonia epidemic of new coronavirus infection in Wuhan, Hubei and other areas, Shanghai has scaled up the response to major public health emergencies to Level 1. According to the “Notice on further strengthening the prevention and control of pneumonia caused by new coronavirus infection in Shanghai” released by Shanghai Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China and Shanghai Municipal People's Government, crowd gatherings shall be avoided, and large-scale public activities shall be cancelled.

To protect the health and safety of our exhibitors and visitors, we are regret to announce that, 2020 International Electronic Circuits (Shanghai) Exhibition - scheduled to be held on MAR 16-18 2020 at National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) will be postponed to a later date. We will keep monitoring the epidemic situation of infection while continuing the communication and consultation with the relevant departments and keep you posted once the new dates and event arrangements are confirmed.

Thank you for your support and participation over the past 29 years. However, at this critical moment, we are primarily concerned with your health and safety. We apologize for all the inconvenience caused by the postponement, and we hope that you will receive the updated information in time and make adjustments accordingly.

Thank you for your consistent participation and understanding and we are looking forward to meeting you again!

China Printed Circuit Association
Hongkong Printed Circuit Association
Shanghai YingZhan Exhibition Service Co., Ltd.
JAN 30 2020

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