Jointly organized by Global Sources, a leading business-to-business media company and the Vietnam Electronic Industries Association (VEIA), the event aims to showcase the most advanced technology and promote trade in the electronics manufacturing industry.

Hanoi to host int’l exhibition on electronic components (Photo for illustration)

Covering 10,000 sq.m, the exhibition will gather 200 exhibitors from countries and territories across the world, including Vietnam, China, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan (China) Japan, the U.S., Southeast Asia, and Europe.

A variety of essential products and services, including electronic components, assembly and testing equipment, precision mechanics and new energy technologies will be displayed at the event.

According to Wilson Wu, Vice President of Global Sources, the exhibition is an important turning point for his company in promoting the development of the electronics manufacturing industry in Vietnam by trade connection activities and supporting Vietnamese businesses in terms of supply, especially in the field of electronics manufacturing.

The exhibition focuses on providing comprehensive solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry to strengthen Vietnam's position, aiming to become the world's electronics hub, he said.

Do Thi Thuy Huong, member of the VEIA’s Executive Board, said that the Vietnamese electronics industry still faces many challenges, but there are still many breakthrough opportunities for businesses that know how to grasp them and utilize internal strengths to improve competitiveness on the global market.

Under a memorandum of understanding signed on June 18, Global Sources and VEIA also promote close cooperation, making the most of the expertise, resources and connection networks of both sides to build a comprehensive platform, helping local businesses access advanced technologies, high-quality components and new business opportunities.

Source: VNA