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MEDTEC China 2013: The Leading Medical Device Manufacturing Event in Asia Moves to a New Level
Date:4/24/2013

SHANGHAI, April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center will once again host MEDTEC China this coming September 25-26. And this year, the Exhibition of Design and Manufacturing Technology for Medical Device Manufacturers in China is all set to rise to new levels in terms of scale and quality, as well as location. This year's event will grace Hall 2 of the site that hosted the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, which is located at the easily accessible and prominent ground floor level close to the China Pavilion. The show floor will play host to a record 220 direct exhibitors representing more than 400 brands, while net space has grown by 15% compared with the previous show.

Eight years on from its debut in Shanghai, MEDTEC China has firmly established itself as the leading forum for the fast-growing medical device manufacturing industry in China, as evidenced by the turnout at MEDTEC China 2012. Two-hundred-and-five medical device manufacturing and development-related solution suppliers representing 360 brands exhibited at MEDTEC China in 2012. The show hosted a record 7,239 qualified visitors from leading medical device manufacturers such as BD Diagnostics, B. Braun Medical, Stryker, Siemens, Covidien, Microport Medical and Philips. The conference program, meanwhile, attracted 450 delegates.

And if satisfaction levels are anything to go by, the event is proving second to none. Fully 43% of visitors confirmed that they represented a company with plans for purchasing within 12 months, with an average $261,800 involved in their purchase plans. This translates to $156 million of planned purchases.

Exhibitors were thus highly satisfied with the quality of these visitors. Commente
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