The 16th IOTE EXPO was held in Shenzhen Exhibition Center (Futian) from October 23 to 25, with the theme of "Connecting all things with CHIP, achieving all things with wisdom". This is an annual gathering of Internet and people! The exhibition focuses on new infrastructure, smart medical care, smart transportation, smart logistics, smart energy, smart city and other multi-dimensional scenes. Exhibitors cover the upstream and downstream of the industry chain, from the perception layer, transmission layer, computing and platform layer to the application layer.Wuhan Wenlin Technology Co., Ltd, booth NO 1A220, was invited to exhibit as scheduled. As the radio frequency card equipment of the Internet of Things market segment, Wenlin Technology has been adhering to the philosophy of being professional, concentrated and dedicated in the industry for 21 years. At the expo, Wuhan Wenlin Technology show the New fully auto wide format laminator WENLIN-New full auto FA-7500, which is ergonomic design, smaller volume, high productivity and cost-effective. Reliability and stability is the highlight of WENLIN's New generation RFID smart card making machine.
Sales manager Ren Guiju said: due to the epidemic, Wuhan Wenlin Technology didn’t bring the pvc card making machine on the expo, but it did not affect the enthusiasm of visitors, customers at Wenlin technology booth were in an endless stream. Due to the dramatic rise of labor costs, enterprise production site costs and other reasons, the new generation pvc card laminator of Wuhan Wenlin Technology limitedly solved some problems faced by customers.At the expo, Wenlin signed orders and contract of intention nearly 10 million yuan.
Due to COVID-19, exhibitors and visitors must hold a 48-hour valid nucleic acid test report before entering the museum. It is reported that the three-day 16th IOTE Shenzhen Exhibition ended smoothly and perfectly! There are a total of 635 exhibitors, the exhibition area of 52,500 square meters, more than 300 domestic and foreign cooperative media, more than 50,000 people visited the exhibition.