2nd China Off-Highway Vehicle Summit 2010

2nd China Off-Highway Vehicle Summit 2010

Organized by Duxes Business Consulting Inc. and endorsed by powerful organizations around the world, 2nd China Off-Highway Vehicle Summit 2010 (COVS) will take place on January 21st to 22nd, 2010 in Beijing, China.

COVS is the annual Off-Highway event in China, which is of its first kind to gather so many leading companies to be the speakers and delegates including Caterpillar, Terex Mining, Volvo Construction, SANY Heavy Industry, John Deere etc.

Based on the success of the 1st China Off-Highway Engineering Summit, this year’s summit will explore a broad range of topics such as current situation and future trend of international and Chinese off-highway industry (including mining, construction and agricultural equipments), rapid growth of local company in China, efficient market strategy and sales model of OEM in China, practice and application of spare parts in off-highway industry etc. The summit is also aimed at providing an unparalleled platform on which industry leaders from all over the world can hear government policy updates and analysis, share and learn experience in China, voice concerns and perhaps most importantly, exploit the China market with a group of like-minded executives.

In the first half year of 2009, the market demand of off-highway vehicle in China has increased 10 percents comparing with the demand of the same period in 2008, which attracted World leading companies, such as Caterpillar, to further their investments and operations in China. In the field of macro-economic control, China’s central government also has released relevant incentive policies and regulations, such as restructuring and revitalization planning in off-highway industry, to insure the sustainable development of China. Against such a macro backdrop, we believe China International Off-Highway Summit 2010 will bring you an excellent tour which can not be missed.

For more information, please visit http://www.offhighway-summit.com.

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