Innovation from around the world
Over 30 global enterprises are showcasing their innovative practices on the sidelines of the China International Import Expo.The second China International Import Expo will be held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai from November 5 to 10, 2019.For further information about China International Import Expo, please visit: https://www.shine.cn/China-International-Import-Expo/ or
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The exhibition, organized by Shanghai Daily, Eastday.com and The Paper, opened on November 1 at Shanghai Tower, the city’s tallest building and the world’s second-tallest, in Shanghai’s iconic Lujiazui financial zone. It will run through Friday.
Dozens of journalists from around the world reporting on the CIIE visited the exhibition on Thursday. Senior officials with some of the enterprises shared their visions in helping Shanghai’s role in the global innovation landscape.With texts, photos and samples on display on the building's B2 floor, the exhibition looks at the companies' innovative achievements, showcasing their involvement in the city’s infrastructure projects, engagement in local innovation networks and their efforts in promoting sustainable communities.
Honeywell delivers high-tech solutions ranging from aerospace to control technologies for buildings and industry, and performance materials, as well as the Internet of Things, said Lydia Lu, vice president of communications at Honeywell Asia High Growth Regions.
As a major CIIE exhibitor, Honeywell mainly displays connected aircraft, smart construction, intelligent manufacturing, connect supply chain and safety production solutions. Many of the technologies are on display in China for the first time.
Shanghai is home to Honeywell’s Asia-Pacific headquarters and its R&D center. It cooperates with local universities, colleges, research institutions and companies to promote the transformation of technological achievements into real products.
UFI Filters, a global leader in filtration technology and thermal management, is displaying its UFI Multitube, a new engine air filter to help cut emissions.
UFI chose Shanghai as one of its innovation centers because China is the largest automotive market, where the new-energy vehicle sector and concepts develop faster than in other countries, said Carlo Nizia, supervisor of the board of directors with UFI Filters (Shanghai) Co. He said UFI’s Shanghai R&D Center will become the group’s center of excellence.