Science and technology and smart manufacturing showcased at import exhibition
Jiading held a science and technology and intelligent manufacturing promotional event at the Shanghai National Convention and Exhibition Center on November 6, the first time the district had done so at the annual International Import Exhibition of China.
Mainly for exhibitors interested in investing in Jiading, the event was to increase the ripple effect of the exhibition.
At present, Jiading has established 19 industrial parks and more than 340 companies in the automotive industry, with an output of 94.3 billion yuan ($ 14.8 billion) last year.
As part of the construction of Shanghai Intelligent Sensors Industrial Park, Jiading strives to create an industrial configuration of intelligent sensors and Internet of Things industries from three industrial directions: automotive electronic chips for vehicles to new energies, Internet of Things chips for MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) and high-end equipment and chips to enable precise medical procedures.
Bosch Huayu Steering System Co showcased its customized “combination” platform electric power steering system for small and medium-sized passenger cars as well as a standardized vehicle platform with front axle load up to to 1,100 kilograms based on the previous architecture or body concept – steering by wire system.
âWe have been in Jiading for 25 years and deeply feel the good business environment and atmosphere here,â said Wang Xuping, executive director of the marketing department of Bosch Huayu Steering System Co.
The complete industrial chain from Shanghai International Automobile City to Jiading has brought great convenience to business development. At present, more than 60% of Bosch Huayu’s suppliers are located near the company, according to Wang.
At the 4th CIIE, Jiading exhibitors one after another presented âgreen solutionsâ and launched a number of new products integrating the concepts of low carbon, environmental protection and sustainable development, bringing new benefits. advanced âdouble carbonâ technologies and concepts at the expo.
Crocs, a casual shoe brand that settled in the city of Nanxiang, presented its âzero carbonâ concept at the exhibition this year.
The exhibits featured new biobased Crossite materials, dramatically reducing carbon dioxide emissions during the creation of every pair of shoes.
In addition, the company presented for the first time its ecolibrium technology which converts waste and recyclable materials into shoes.
Xi Xiaolei, vice president of Crocs Global and general manager of Crocs (China), said that by 2030, the carbon footprint of every pair of Crocs shoes is expected to be reduced by 50%.
âAt the same time, we will also become a ‘pure vegetarian’ brand and ingredients of animal origin will be eliminated from the production process of all of our products,â Xi said.
Mannz, headquartered in Jiangqiao City, brought to the exhibition the second generation of its Supreme series heat pump system which maintains a constant room temperature.
The outdoor unit is hexagonal. Due to the parallel arrangement of its compressor and fan, the longest distance of the condenser from the outdoor fan is shortened, so that the wind speed on each side of the condenser is uniform. The heat exchange efficiency of the whole machine is optimized, it is more energy efficient and more environmentally friendly.
“This product can provide cooling, heating and hot water at the same time and can replace the very polluting and high emission products such as gas boilers,” said Han Xixiang, marketing director of the company.
The product uses an air-source heat pump to cool and heat with electric power, “significantly reducing carbon emissions,” according to Han.
Mann + Hummel, a German family business located in the Jiading industrial zone, made its debut. With the theme âCleaner Air, Cleaner Water and Cleaner Travelâ, he offered advanced filtration solutions and products that help reduce carbon emissions.
The Purar mask presented by Mann + Hummel Group can replace KN95 and FFP2 masks and can effectively filter more than 95% of 0.3 micron particles to prevent inhalation of particles, pollen, bacteria and other matter. Its unique design eliminates tension and discomfort behind the wearer’s ears.
The Purar mask has a washable shell and can be reused multiple times by replacing the filter for up to two to three weeks. This year it won the German Red Dot Design Award.
After attending CIIE for the first time last year, Refire Group has emerged this year with its clean kinetic energy solution, showcasing innovative achievements in fuel cell technology and their applications.
They recently brought in the high-powered 130-kilowatt PrismaXII +, the fuel cell system and basic parts, as well as a Prisma intelligent heavy truck equipped with a 49-ton fuel cell.
“In the next five to ten years, the hydrogen, power and fuel cell industry is expected to experience large-scale development, and we must firmly seize this opportunity,” said Lin Qi, CEO. by Refire. “Through the CIIE platform, we will make more friends around the world.”
Amore Pacific participates in the CIIE for the fourth consecutive year with more than 600 exhibitions spread over nine brands, while the South Korean cosmetics giant once again demonstrates its ambition to create “A more beautiful world”.
âChina is an open and dynamic market. It is not only the center of beauty trends in Asia, but also plays a role in promoting the development of the global industry, âsaid Charles Kao, president of Amore Pacific China.
This year, Anting Town and Ernst & Young China reached an agreement to accelerate the construction of a world-class automotive industry center in Jiading.
It will use the main advantages of Ernst & Young China in the areas of auditing, tax, financial transactions and advisory services to build an Ernst & Young China (Anting) service center for the automotive industry to to provide diverse services such as corporate exhibitions, workshop lectures and live online streaming. to create an iconic exhibition service platform for the automotive industry in Anting.
A dozen Jiading-based auto companies also participated in the CIIE, including Hyundai, Volvo, Volkswagen and Toyota.
Hyundai’s exhibition space covered 1,200 square meters, divided into three sections: hydrogen energy, electrification and imported vehicles.
Hyundai’s products on display mainly focused on more advanced hydrogen fuel cells, not only NEXO, the world’s best-selling hydrogen fuel cell SUV, but also a variety of future hydrogen-powered mobile travel products. such as Trailer Drone, an unmanned intelligent transport powered by hydrogen. vehicle, RHGV, an emergency rescue vehicle, and UAM, an urban air transport model.
In addition, the Chinese version of NEXO will also be available to consumers.
Volvo mainly presented three models, XC90, v90CC and V60. As the world’s flagship luxury SUV product fully integrated with future trends in science and technology, the Volvo XC90 unveiled at the exhibition is equipped with a hybrid system to efficiently optimize power response, enhance the driving experience and take account the concept of environmental travel of sustainable development. .
Volvo V90 CC combines a turbocharged gasoline engine with a 48V hybrid system, adheres to the concept of sustainability, and offers consumers a high-end choice of large-scale luxury off-road travel vehicles from Northern Europe with smart technology cutting-edge and exceptional driving experience.
This is also the fourth consecutive year that Volvo has participated in the CIIE. Since the first CIIE, Volvo has marked the beginning of rapid development. In 2018, Volvo sold more than 130,000 vehicles in China, an increase of more than 14% from the previous year.
In 2019, the sales volume in China exceeded 150,000, and the global sales volume exceeded 700,000. In 2020, the total sales volume in the mainland Chinese market was 166,300, an increase of 7.6% compared to the same period last year and a record.
At this CIIE, Toyota also presented the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell system.