Stay on Top of Trends and Technologies at 2020 International Electronic Circuit Exhibition


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Visit the 2020 International Electronic Circuit (Shenzhen) Exhibition December 2-4 for practical solutions and valuable insights needed in today’s advancing technology environment.

The event takes place in Halls 1, 2 and 4 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center (Fukuda). As one of the world’s most representative and influential circuit board and electronic assembly exhibitions, the event will grasp the 5G weatherfinger and bring together industry leaders and technical experts.

Meet with industry experts to gain valuable information and stay ahead of the ever-changing market.

The theme for the exhibition will be “5G Era. Smart Future.” Nearly 450 exhibitors will gather under one roof to showcase leading PCB production solutions and technology drive by 5G.

Visitors will wander among 2,850 booths in a show floor area covering 52,500 square meters. Seven pavilions will cover the whole PCB/EA supply chain, serving as a one-stop platform for sourcing and information exchange.

This year’s conference also features:

  • Registration is now open for the 15th Annual Electronic Circuits World Convention (Hall 4). ECWC15, hosted by the Hong Kong Printed Circuit Board Association, is a three-day event from November 30 to December 2. The conference will be virtual for the first two days, and live on the final day at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in China.
  • The International Technical Conference (Hall 4) will help you master the industry’s innovative technology and market trends. The conference brings together industry leaders, experts and scholars from around t the world to share their insights on trending PCB technology and market development. This will be a comprehensive look at today’s market and developments in technology.
  • The Annual Golf Open will provide you with a wealth of opportunities to build new partnerships and social networks in a relaxed environment.

New this year, a virtual exhibition will be available simultaneously on December 2. Get the latest show news, including information about pre-registration, the virtual exhibition, and more at hkpcashow.org and on WeChat.

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