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Hunan Enterprises Sign up for 2nd China Intl Supply Chain Expo

Updated:2024-07-09 16:37:56

A total of 24 Hunan-based companies signed agreements with China International Exhibition Center Group to take part in the second China International Supply Chain Expo (CISCE), at a CISCE roadshow in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, July 5. 

CISCE roadshow in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, July 5, 2024. [Photo provided to]

Ren Hongbin, chairman of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), and Jiang Difei, Hunan's vice governor, attended the event.

During the first CISCE, 21 leading enterprises from Hunan, including high-growth "little giant" companies with advanced technology and strong market competitive edge, showcased their latest achievements, technologies, applications, and solutions, all demonstrating the unique characteristics and strengths of Hunan's industries.

At the first expo, the Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute (CiDi), a national-level "little giant" and unicorn enterprise, presented its unmanned mining truck project, embodying the concept of "digital-physical integration and human-machine coexistence," said Lin Shunjie, chairman of China International Exhibition Center Group. Lin noted that CiDi plans to showcase its research and development process in the "advanced manufacturing" section at this year's expo.

Additionally, Aier Eye Hospital, founded in Changsha, will showcase its efforts to transform and innovate the eye care medical supply chain and the digital eye health ecosystem in the expo's "healthy living" section, according to Lin.

At the roadshow, Jiang Nan, China president of Lens Technology, said: "As a professional expo focusing on industrial and supply chains, CISCE not only provides us with an opportunity to showcase our corporate strength and innovative achievements but also creates valuable opportunities for cooperation with outstanding domestic and international enterprises."

The second CISCE is scheduled to take place in Beijing from Nov. 26 to 30. It will feature six supply chain areas, including advanced manufacturing, smart vehicles, green agriculture, clean energy, digital technology, and healthy living, as well as a dedicated exhibition zone for supply chain services.