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Technical Visit to S.G.H. Wire & Cable Factory in Dongguan, China

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Technical Visit to S.G.H. Wire & Cable Factory in Dongguan, China

Date and Time

13 April 2013 - 09:00-12:00

Location

Dongguan, China - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Hong Kong local network.


About this event

S.G.H. is a well-established Hong Kong based manufacturer offers a broad spectrum of wire and cable products under the brand name of 'Royal Horse'. The company has recently moved the production plant from Shenzhen to Dongguan.


The technical visit is to focus on the latest technology in manufacturing power, control and communication cables and wires to be used in various industries like construction, electric utilities, telecommunication and other commercial markets.

Cost

HKD80

Additional information

This event is organising by Power and Energy Section of IET Hong Kong

Registration information

Fees: HK$80.00 (including transportation from Shenzhen to Dongguan)

Deadline of Registration: 3 April 2013 (cross-cheque made payable to `IET Hong Kong’ should reach the Branch Office of IETHK by 9 April 2013)


Enquiry:  Danny Chan   email: dannyccl@mtr.com.hk  tel: +852 2500 3628 
              Dodi Mak  email: admin@theiet.org.hk   tel: +852 2778 1611



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