The exhibition boasted unique and dedicate designs in celebration of its 30th anniversary.
Held at Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) in April 25-28, 2016, the exhibition included altogether 17 internal pavilions and outdoor pavilion. As the most important contractor, SYMA was responsible for the building of 10 pavilions, covering a total area of about 100,000 sqm.
In addition, SYMA provided special design and decoration for many famous manufacturers and also undertook the construction of national pavilions.
Husky, the world's leading injection machine manufacturer
The Germany enterprises known for rigorousness and precision participated as a group
Moreover, our long-term partners including DuPont, Mold-Masters, BlueStar (中国蓝星）, Nordson and XIJIE（希捷） successfully participated in the exhibition with the help of SYMA.
The large scale of the exhibition, however, imposed certain pressure on the work of pavilion construction. SYMA's teams again demonstrated outstanding performance as each team of various regions (Guangdong, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing) cooperated closely and acted in the concerted term at any time. They achieved seamless connection between project design and construction through reasonable allocation of resources using the advanced ERP system. Once again, the outstanding performance of SYMA ensured the smooth conclusion of the exhibition.
After the exhibition, we received approvals and favorable comments from our customers:
This mail from Marketing Dept. Mold-Mastersis to express our highly appreciation of your great cooperation on Mold-Mastersand DME joint booth construction.
Due to your team’s outstanding design and exquisite workmanship, our remarkable and outstanding booth among the otherexhibitors impressed our visitors and us. Without your unparalleled work in this industry , we couldn’t have built up a premium and professional group image during Chinaplas.
BY Emma(Bing) Lu, Marketing Team Leaderfrom Milacron
Thanks for your compliments. Your acknowledgement will urge us to make a bolder advance.