The First PSC Travelling Series Debuts in Beijing

21.08.2006

Following its 6th successful staging in Shanghai last year, PSC (Process Systems) 2006 will debut its first travelling series in Beijing. Organised by HQ Link Pte Ltd with co-organisers like the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), ...

... the Machinery Sub-Council (MSC) and China Petroleum & Petro-Chemical Equipment Industry Association, the exhibition is scheduled from 13 to 15 September 2006 at the China International Exhibition Centre.

PSC which was first launched in 1995 is staged in Shanghai every other year. The last PSC 2005 held in Shanghai was awarded the UFI Approved Event by The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry. The exhibition will be an important platform for industry players in the process systems businesses and is one of China’s successful trade events recognised by many prominent industry players.

Understanding that different regions of China are in different developing phases, PSC 2006 (Beijing), the first travelling series is staged to tap into the North China market. Beijing is a choice venue as infrastructure, construction, environmental protection projects and Olympic facility construction are all in full swing so as to prepare for the Olympics in 2008. There is also a need to meet the demands for construction and services for state-level economic development zone such as Binhai New District, Tianjin Port Project, as well as the rest of North China.

PSC 2006. the international exhibition on fluid, air & gas handling systems incorporating fluid power and control systems & instrumentation features 5 inter-related industry profiles namely, Pumps & Systems, Valves & Piping, Compressors Systems, Fluid Power and Control & Instrumentation.

Held concurrently are Watertech China 2006 - The International Exhibition on Water & Wastewater Treatment Systems and Technology and Envirotec China 2006 - The International Exhibition on Pollution Control & Environmental Management Technology. Both industry events will showcase technological know-how in water supply and distribution, pollution control and environmental management solutions, utilisation of raw materials and energy, and waste water treatment solutions.

To date, PSC 2006 has attracted exhibitors from countries/regions such as China, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan and the USA. Present at PSC 2006 are leading international and local companies such as GHH Rand, VERDER Group, GE Advanced Material Plastics Group, NETZSCH (Lanzhou), Iwaki China, Ebro-armaturen (Beijing), Argal Chemical Pumps, Rotorcomp and East Pump among others.

PSC 2006 is important as it gives international exhibitors a platform to understand and tap on the many business opportunities, and an avenue for local companies to display their products to compete with international established brands, as well as network with other foreign industry players.

Besides the exhibition, there will also be technical presentations where exhibitors will introduce the latest products and services. It is also an opportunity to interact and exchange ideas with industry peers.

Expected visitors include players from the following categories: petroleum, chemical, electric power, mining, metallurgy, general mechanical manufacturing, drugs manufacturing, municipal administration, environmental protection, water treatment, as well as other related industries.

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