SVCS Process Innovation to attend PV Guangzhou 2014

SVCS Process Innovation to attend PV Guangzhou exhibition, which will be held in Guangzhou Pazhou•China Import & Export Fair Complex, from August 26th to 28th, 2014.

SVCS Process Innovation to attend PV Guangzhou exhibition, which will be held in Guangzhou Pazhou•China Import & Export Fair Complex, from August 26th to 28th, 2014.


SVCS Process Innovation, established in 2000 and based in the Czech Republic, designs and manufactures batch horizontal furnaces for the semiconductor and photovoltaic industry. Since 2004 SVCS gradually expanded to international markets and established branch offices in Moscow, Russia and Sarasota (FL), USA. In addition, technical service centers with skilled equipment and process engineers support promptly and continuously their customers in China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore. Step by step SVCS has grown to a strong company well known to customers in semiconductor and PV industries as well as to educational, R&D and scientific institutes. Welcome to visit SVCS Process Innovation Booth and consult more detail info or click on http://www.svcs.eu for more information.

Furthermore, you will see many renowned enterprises on PV Guangzhou 2014 besides SVCS including 3Hz Solar technology Co., Ltd, Allpowers Industrial International Limited, Canadian Solar, Guoyu Solar Lighting Co., Ltd, Hanergy solar, JCN New Energy Technology Co., Ltd, Krempel Group, Shenzhen South Sunlight solar Technology co., Ltd, Yingli Solar, and so on.

For more information please click: http://www.pvguangzhou.com

Or contact:
Ms. Eve Cheng
Tel: +86 20 29188156
E-mail: grand.ev@grahw.com; evepvgz@yeah.net

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