Inaugural TCT Shenzhen Additive Manufacturing event set for October 2019

November 1, 2018

Inaugural TCT Shenzhen Additive Manufacturing event set for October 2019

VNU Rapid News’s new event will be held in the city of Shenzhen, China (Courtesy VNU Rapid News Co. Ltd)

 

VNU Rapid News Co. Ltd, the joint venture established in 2016 by Rapid News Publications Ltd, Chester, UK, and VNU Exhibitions Asia, Shanghai, China, will launch a new event in China in October 2019. TCT Shenzhen will be the second TCT event in China alongside TCT Asia, which has been held for four consecutive years in Shanghai.

TCT Shenzhen will be held for the first time from October 15-17, 2019, at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center. Commenting on the creation of the new event, Duncan Wood, Chairman of VNU Rapid News Co. Ltd and Chief Executive of Rapid News Publications Ltd, stated, “This is the next exciting step for our Joint Venture. Our Shanghai event is now rightly recognised as the leading Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing event in China.”

“We are now delighted to be building on this platform with a new event in one of the most innovative cities on the planet. Shenzhen has proven to be a city that adopts new technology quickly and we look forward to showcasing the best that the industry has to offer to this region,” he concluded.

David Zhong, CEO, VNU Exhibitions Asia, commented, “Our team have displayed a huge amount of enthusiasm and creativity to drive TCT Asia in Shanghai to huge success. Now we are turning our attention to Shenzhen, a center of Chinese entrepreneurship and ingenuity, we can expect a similar level of energy and passion to deliver fantastic results for our visitors and exhibitors in this new location.”

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www.vnuexhibitions.com.cn

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