’09 Auto Engine Tech Seminar held in Shanghai

By George Gao
July 03, 2009

Shanghai, July 3 (EIN News) The “2009 Automotive Engine Technology Seminar & 2009 Auto Engine Parts Match-making Event” was held in Shanghai Automobile Exhibition Centre on June 30, Gasgoo.com said yesterday.

The meeting, which consisted of the auto engine technology seminar and auto engine & components supplier-buyer match-making event, was jointly organized by China’s leading automotive B2B platform Gasgoo.com, Shanghai Automobile Exhibition Centre and Shanghai Anting Auto Parts Export Base Development Company.

More than 100 domestic and global automakers and engine assembly buyers, and China’s 150 premium engine and components suppliers attended the meeting. “Most of the global and domestic automakers have signed up for the meeting, and their enthusiasm for these activities is much higher than expected,” said Kevin Chen, CEO of Gasgoo.com.

The guest speakers at the technology seminar came from top-notch companies in the auto-engine sector, such as FPT, Mahle, BorgWarner, Georg Fischer, Magneti Marelli, and Ricardo. The seminar centered on the low-emission gasoline engine’s R&D and cutting-edge manufacturing techniques, analyzed the application of turbocharging to small gasoline engines, and explored the challenges and solutions to the minimization of gasoline engines.

Simultaneously, Gasgoo.com staged the auto engine & components supplier-buyer match-making event at the request of many buyers. Over 20 automakers and tier-1 suppliers released more than 100 purchase/sourcing items at the event, and about 100 premium suppliers participated in the face-to-face talks and discussions.

The “2009 Automotive Engine Technology Seminar & 2009 Auto Engine Parts Match-making Event” is China’s first auto-engine summit that integrates meeting discussions and face-to-face purchase talks. It has offered an ideal platform for Chinese suppliers to contact buyers and explore sales channels, and provided a golden opportunity for many engine companies in China to grasp the world’s latest engine manufacturing technologies.