Before the opening ceremony of the last exhibition, the “flying car” exhibitors came.
The first Expo will be opened tomorrow. Exhibitors and purchasers will not give up the opportunity of the last night before the Expo. On the evening of November 4, 290 exhibitors from 30 countries and regions gathered at the Tulip Hotel of Hongqiao to attend the last exhibitor docking meeting before the opening of the Import Expo. The exhibitors included CEOs and executives of famous enterprises such as Unilever and Medical Kodak, and even representatives of the exhibitors of “flying cars”.
“All the participants in this docking meeting are the exhibitors in charge of the development of Oriental International. They are distributed in the seven major exhibition areas of the business exhibition. The exhibits cover a wide range of areas such as food, consumer goods, medical instruments and so on” Sun Rutao, a staff member of Oriental International Group, said that as early as this spring, the group communicated with well-known enterprises from all over the world about participating in the exhibition, focusing on new products and highlights. It also went to Slovakia to meet with participating enterprises, made on-the-spot investigations and implemented the “flying cars” to participate in the exhibition in Shanghai. Bo Hui.
The “flying car” arrived in Shanghai in October 18th, the first time it came to Asia. Belgian Airlines Flight 3V801 landed at Pudong Airport at 6:07 a.m. on the 18th. A container weighing 1.7 tons was carefully transported out of the cabin. The exhibits were safely transported to the Oriental International Group warehouse in the afternoon. As the most sci-fi exhibit of the first import exposition, the flying car finally arrived at the East Airlines cargo terminal of Shanghai Pudong International Airport from Slovakia after a long journey of more than ten hours. “Flying Vehicle” was introduced by Oriental International Group and developed by AeroMobile, a Slovak technology company. It combines nearly 40 patented technologies. Oriental International Group’s head of recruitment said that the “flying car” weighed 1.4 tons and had a unique power system. It had been tested in Europe before, but this cutting-edge technology is still in the research and development stage.
From the exhibitor docking meeting, it is known that from November 5, “flying car” will officially appear at the second booth at the entrance of the automobile hall. Although there is only a static display at the exhibition site, on November 7, the CEO of the company will lead a technical team to the exhibition site, not only to launch the video of its flight, but also to introduce a series of technical highlights, uncovering the mystery of how the car flies.