CCC: IAA 2016, the 66th Commercial Vehicles Fair in Hannover, Germany29. September 2016
Hannover in Germany was the venue of the IAA Commercial Vehicle Fair in 2016. From September 22 – 29 more than 2000 exhibitors from 52 countries presented their latest models in nearly 270,000 square meters of exhibit halls. We previously informed you about the IAA fair in our article from July 26, 2016. You can find the article here.
The IAA is one of the most important fairs for transport, logistics and mobility. All of the largest to smallest manufacturers use the fair as a chance to catch up on current trends and the latest technology.
As in the past years, the IAA attracted thousands of attendees from interested individuals, to buyers and manufacturers.
Representatives from the Chinese organizations CCAP (China Certification Center for Automotive Products) and CATARC (China Automotive Technology and Research Center) visited the IAA accompanied by Julian Busch, CEO of the China Certification Corporation.
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The event was used by the Chinese organizations to meet with existing customers, build relationships and to discuss the opportunities and challenges of CCC certification. Both, automotive-manufacturers and suppliers took advantage of being able to directly contact with the Chinese representatives.
If you would also like to get in touch with representatives of CCAP personally, you can visit us at the IZB in Wolfsburg, Germany from October 18 – 20, 2016. The CCAP in cooperation with MPR China Certification GmbH will be exhibiting in hall 3, booth 3306.
For more information regarding CCC certification, the certification process as well as the associated costs, please visit our website. For detailed information, please download our free booklet “CCC Made Easy” here. You may also consider our book “A Brief Guide to CCC: China Compulsory Certification”, which can be ordered directly on Amazon here.
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