The 2nd International Automotive Lightweight Materials Development Forum 2012 Will Be Held in Guangzhou, China This March
China’s automotive industry has seen a rapid growth in the past decade, with auto sales ready to top 30 million by 2015, putting great pressure on the country’s energy resources and environmental protection. Meanwhile, at the recent Frankfort Auto Show, most exhibitors exhibited their efforts to develop lighter cars, which are undoubtedly one of the mainstreams of global automotive industry today.
It is disclosed that more than 80 companies have already registered for this forum. Famous OEMs such as General Motor, BMW, Ford, Jaguar, Honda, SAIC, FAW, Nissan, Dongfeng Motor, Great Wall Motor, Geely and BYD etc will attend this forum.
What is the newest technology in automotive lightweighting? What will the Chinese government do to support the progress of automotive lightweighting? How will Chinese OEMs find out their unique ways to compete with the global OEMs? What kind of new material is the most competitive in the future? As the adhesion technology is always one of the most difficult to develop, are there any other solutions? Please join in our event, and we will give you an answer!
Confirmed and inviting speakers：
Liyao Wang, Deputy Chairman, China Association of Automobile Manufacturers
Jing Lin, Deputy Secretary General, China FRP Industry Association
Tobias Giebel, China Research Center, President, Volkswagen
Baiping Liu, Materials Development Manager, FAW-VW
Andrew Dobson, Project Manager, Jaguar
Derrick Kuzak, Vice President, Ford
Markus Pfestorf, Key Specialist BIW Materials, BMW
Xiaohua Chen, President Research Center, Chery Motor
Qi Feng, New Energy Vehicle Dept. Manager, SAIC
Jing Xiao, Director, GAC Group
Hui Wang, Director, AP, Benteler
Fangwu Ma, Chief Engineer, Geely Motor
Kim Byung Suck, POSCO
CBI-BIZ is expected to gather more than 100 world-leading companies in the automotive lightweighting industry in Guangzhou. We believe the event will be a feast of automotive industry and exert a deep influence.
Yvonne Dai, +86-21-5155 0719