New venue announced for China’s TCT Asia event

April 27, 2021

TCT Asia will take place at Shanghai’s National Exhibition and Convention Centre in May (Courtesy TCT Asia)

Exhibition organiser VNU Rapid News Co. Ltd. has confirmed a new venue for TCT Asia 2021, one of the leading events for Additive Manufacturing in China. The event will take place May 26-28, 2021, at Shanghai’s National Exhibition and Convention Centre (NECC), hall 7.1.

“On the back of a highly-successful 2020 edition, we are delighted to be back doing what we do best: bringing the Chinese Additive Manufacturing community together to make connections and learn from great content. Last year, TCT Asia played its part in the post-COVID-19 resurgence. In May this year, it will cement its position as the home of industrial Additive Manufacturing in China,” stated Duncan Wood, Chairman of VNU Rapid News Co. Ltd.

“We are excited about our new venue choice for this year, the National Exhibition and Convention Centre is a stunning facility and will look forward to welcoming our exhibitors, visitors and partners to the show,” Wood added.

TCT Asia 2021 will host over 250 exhibitors, representing the entire Additive Manufacturing ecosystem, with a range of new machines on show alongside software, post-processing and inspection technologies.

It was stated that companies from China and around the world such as BLT, Farsoon, Z-RAPID, Raise3D, FlashForge, Polymaker, EOS, Stratasys, Formlabs and SLM Solutions will feature.

Running alongside the exhibition will be a conference programme showcasing cutting-edge applications, expert analysis and commentary to help designers, engineers and buyers evaluate, adopt and optimise their AM requirements.

www.tctasia.cn

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