Chinese Automotive Delegation visit Romax Technology

Romax Technology recently welcomed a delegation of senior businessmen from automotive companies in China as part of a three-day visit to the UK organised by the Society of Automotive Engineers for China and the China Gear Manufacturers Association.

We hosted a seminar for the visitors and gave a series of presentations on a number of topical and current issues in automotive engineering technology.

Some of our top engineering experts presented topics on assessment of shift mechanism, trend of transmissions, Romax’s experience in automated transmissions as well as discussing Romax’s hybrid capabilities. To complete the presentations Romax explored a number of case studies to highlight its work. The visitors commented that the presentations provided them with very interesting subjects and that our wide ranging project experience was very impressive.

The delegation, who also visited Zeroshift, not only included senior figures from both the China SAE and the China Gear Manufacturers Association but also Senior Engineers from Dongfeng Motors, Faw Jiefang Automotive Company Ltd, and Tianjin Tanhas Co.,Ltd

“Being involved with the China SAE and China Gear Association has given us the opportunity to network with leading Chinese companies and this is very important to Romax,” explained Barry James, Transportation Engineering Manager, from Romax Technology.

“We were very pleased to welcome the visitors to our offices and be able to share with them some of our latest work and vast experience in the areas of hybrid and automated transmission. This event gave us the perfect opportunity to increase our company profile and position as a leading global engineering company.”

Following on from the delegation Romax is now discussing hosting a joint seminar with the two Chinese organisations and following up any customer referrals as a result of the visit. Romax is positive about the future and looking forward to furthering their relationship with such companies.

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