5th China Aftermarket Services and Spare Parts Management Summit 2009
, [Crowne Plaza Century Park] Shanghai, China
SHANGHAI, China, 10-11 September 2009 – Quality management and service enhancement levels improve for the business of importing and exporting spare parts in China through optimizing strategy and understanding the regulations and requirements for import.
Noppen's 5th China Aftermarket Services and Spare Parts Management Summit, which took place 10-22 September 2009 in Shanghai, brought together officials from customs agencies and international corporate executives to interpret policy updates and encourage optimizing strategies that would affect after sales service and spare parts businesses in China.
Respected Chinese government speakers included Li Gang, Section Chief of the Processing Trade Administration Division from Shanghai customs, who covered the policy for repair and testing and customs supervision and services under the current economic environment. An open question and answer session led by Wang Xiao, Director of the Mechanical and Electrical Products Division, Huang Weidong, Deputy Director of the Mechanical and Electrical Products Division, Hua Jianmin, Section Chief, Mechanical and Electrical Products Division – all from the Pudong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau – gave a overview of 3C and used mechanical and electrical products.
Other notable speakers included Chen Yan, Vice President and General Manager of Services for GE Healthcare, introducing how GE Healthcare drives quality with service for sustainable growth in China. General Manager Peter Wang of Ingersoll-Rand offered insight on the Ingersoll-Rand business model and supply chain management in the aftermarket business. Tracy Li, Logistics Manager, Atlas Copco China Service Center explained the significance of proactive spare parts forecasting and planning.
Attendees praised the event for its organization and especially the "professional speakers from government departments and companies" and the trade and customs topics from government customs departments.