As the guest of honor at the ongoing World Manufacturing Convention in China, the Republic of Korea (ROK) has set up a national pavilion to promote its products.
The fourth World Manufacturing Convention kicked off on Friday in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province. The four-day event aims to promote high-quality manufacturing and deepen exchanges between China and the world.
"It's our first time attending the convention. We hope to introduce our industrial robots to more Chinese factories. Our robots can be applied in the manufacturing of automobiles, home appliances, electronic products and more," said Jane Han, a sales representative from Hyundai Robotics Investment (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
From cosmetics and food to high-tech machinery, a wide range of products is on exhibition at the ROK national pavilion.
"We aim to help ROK products enter the Chinese market. We brought over 50 kinds of products to the convention this time. Those brands have all expressed their intention to come to the world's largest market," said Jeong Sohyung, manager of the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency.
According to the convention's organizing committee, the ROK national pavilion covers an area of nearly 1,000 square meters and accommodates approximately 40 companies and institutions from the country. A number of cooperation and business matchmaking activities will also be held during the convention to promote China-ROK relations.