In late September, the residual summer heat gradually subsided and the autumn breeze was slightly cool.
Following the Shanghai International Chemical Industry Exhibition at the beginning of the month, Lahigh Company, a subsidiary of the Group, has embarked on its first INCHEM TOKYO trip to Japan, a neighboring country separated by a strip of water.
We come from WUXI
As a "highland of Japanese investment", Wuxi has nearly a thousand Japanese companies gathered there, and there are many Japanese friends who have worked in Wuxi or surrounding areas. When they heard that we came all the way from Wuxi, China, many visitors stopped to talk to us and listened to our explanation of Lahigh's business scope for the Japanese market.
With the strong backend endorsement of "Wuxi", we have the opportunity to introduce Lahigh to more Japanese audiences and let them know that there is such a high-quality local Chinese engineering design company in Wuxi. Our carefully designed Japanese posters and flyers also bring out their maximum value. We expect and believe that the seeds sown at this exhibition will surely bear fruit in the future.
First experience of Big Sight
INCHEM TOKYO is an international large-scale comprehensive chemical exhibition hosted by the Japan Society of Chemical Engineering and the Japan Energy Association, held every two years.
This year's exhibition was held from 9/20 to 9/23 at the East Exhibition Hall of the "Big Sight" International Exhibition Center in Ariake, Tokyo.
In addition to special planning and speeches, this exhibition was divided into 7 exhibition areas, covering chemical equipment, pipelines, energy, safety, environment, instrumentation and engineering and other fields.
It attracted the participation of more than 300 manufacturers from all over the world and tens of thousands of professionals from related industries.
Discovery in a different culture
While participating in the exhibition, we also discovered some "Japanese characteristics" around us.
One stop to the end
Unlike domestic booths, the booths of local Japanese exhibitors rarely have tables and chairs for visitors to sit down and talk in detail.
Regardless of whether you are a host or a guest, "one stop to the end" from opening to closing is probably the consensus among Japanese workers.
Main colors of black and white
White or light-colored shirt + black trousers + backpack, this should be considered the standard outfit for Japanese office workers.
This strong sense of order comes from just the clothes.
Elevator that goes left and right
Everyone must have heard that cars drive on the left in Japan.
After several days of on-site experience, I was still shocked by the long queue standing on the left side of the elevator~