Haizol’s 2020 Annual Conference. Topic: Ecology

Haizol’s 2020 Annual Conference. Topic: Ecology

(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, 3-Dec-2020 — /EuropaWire/ — On November 28th, Haizol held their fifth annual conference in Shanghai, centered on ecology, evolution, and the future. The conference focused on the circle of purchasing, manufacturing, and ecology to look into future trends and hot industry topics. A pandemic didn’t slow them down today, with thousands of attendees and a live stream which broadcast the conference to the masses.

Every year, buyers and manufacturers alike are aware of an ever-changing industry. How can they best equip themselves to change and meet the demands of the new era of manufacturing? In such a fast evolving environment, idea sharing into strategies of the future, and keeping up with the latest trends is key.

The conference saw industry experts, large procurement firms, and corporate CEO’s attend and participate. An idea and value sharing platform provided an opportunity for purchasing and supply chain stakeholders to broaden their horizons and push the boundaries of the future.

Over 2500 people attended, including buyers, parts manufacturers, industry investors, and media outlets. The event enabled visitors to gain value-focused industry knowledge from supply chain professionals, where 1-2-1 meetings were organized, alongside tailored matchmaking. The conference brought like-minded individuals together to be immersed in cutting-edge topics, and share core business resources.

Haizol’s founder and CEO, Sherry She

Haizol’s founder and CEO gave an insightful and intuitive speech, touching on points such as the important of future society delivering more hard core talents, thinking more, doing more, and being faster, to enable higher efficiency and greater probability of achieving the future we want.

The next keynote speaker, Chen Long, CEO of Zhenkunhang, focused on three certainties in the digital age: stabilization, digitalization, and specialization. In supply chain management, the aim is always to reduce cost, improve efficiency, and be more environmentally friendly. Chen Long highlighted to achieve these things, we need to question, is the process digitalized? Is the process transparent?

Zhao Bin, Business Manager at Haas China, then talked about intelligent manufacturing, and the movement toward a higher level of automation in the industry. What is automation? Before, it referred to using a hand machine tool, or manual processing, now, it involves simple machine tool programming to produce parts.

Keynote speakers were followed by a roundtable discussion forum with key members of engineering & automation companies. They gave their insight into key hot topics such as the return of manufacturing in developed countries, the preemption of high-end manufacturing in developing countries, and the changes in China’s manufacturing industry over the next decade in the dual-cycle economy in the face of the current pandemic. These discussions were of immeasurable value to the attendees, who can benefit from the valuable years of experience accumulated by the professionals.

Next on the agenda, the main topic of the event, current and future supply chain advancements. Members of Haizol’s buyer department, alongside other experts, shed light into the transaction and delivery between the supplier and buyer, the improvement of a comprehensive efficient service of the factory and the buyer, future breakthroughs and innovations.

Despite the global situation and the turbulent year experienced by all, Haizol have maintained a high degree of growth, agility, change, and have regularly invited experts from all sectors of society to talk about their views, share ideologies, and convey their professional knowledge and experience to others on the latest hot topics.

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