e-works opened Shandong and Zhejiang branches in May this year, marking the speeding up of smart manufacturing service network in China.
e-works opened Shandong and Zhejiang branches in May this year, marking the speeding up of its layout of smart manufacturing service network in China. As of July 2021, e-works has established branches in Beijing and Shanghai and six subsidiaries in Nanjing, Hangzhou, Wenzhou, Guangzhou, Nanning, and Jinan to enhance localized service.
Established in 2002, e-works is one of the most influential smart manufacturing online media and a specialized marketing, training, consulting and research service provider in China. Professor Peigen Li is e-works founder and one of the famous manufacturing experts in China. Since its inception the company has been adhered to the principle of serving as a third party to promote application and adoption of smart manufacturing technologies in enterprises in China. By building up cooperative ties between academia, industry, and government e-works has created and delivered unique value in the course of transforming and upgrading Chinese manufacturing. So far, e-works has served over 6,000 manufacturers and 1,000 technology vendors and built strong brand influence.
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In the future, e-works will set up other local and foreign branches if necessary to enhance its service ability. With the philosophy of "focusing on manufacturing industry and dedicating to digital transformation", e-works will continue to contribute its own share in promoting digital transformation of China's manufacturing industry.