B-Horizon in Asia for the first time:
Connection, collaboration and innovation at the SEMICON China

Considering the ongoing growth of the IC industry that is expected to continue, B-Horizon decided to prepare its expansion to Asian markets. Therefore the company chose the corporate presence on the SEMICON in Shanghai as a starting point.

Every year the vibrant metropolis hosts the world’s largest semiconductor industry platform – SEMICON China – at the SNIEC (Shanghai New International Expo Centre), one of the leading exhibition venues in the world. Also the electronica, the productronica as well as the LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA 2019 took place there simultaneously.

Being present in Asia for the very first time, we enjoyed our first exhibition at the SEMICON China from 20th to 22nd of March in Shanghai at the German Pavilion promoted by the BMWi, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.  We had the opportunity to present our innovative business model and its unique service portfolio of Technical and Management Consulting as well as Microelectronic Development and Quality Management. Surrounded by the ample 80,000 sqm ambience of the SEMICON with over 1,000 exhibitors and 100,000 visitors, we were impressed by the positive feedback of the market, and the interesting personal contacts, which we experienced. All in all, it was an excellent opportunity to come into contact with the expanding, innovative and dynamic semiconductor and electronic market, in the heart of East Asia.

The importance and extent of this platform becomes particularly apparent when considering the projected growth of the IC industry, mainly driven by the many smart applications enabled by the advancement of the core technologies of AI and 5G.  Various national and international exhibitors of this sector present a large variety of new products, technologies, solutions and services at the SEMICON China every year.


B-Horizon convinces with its unique business concept at the German Pavilion
Mohammad Kabany (CEO), Meijun Chen (Chinese interpreter), Helena Krämer (Executive Management Assistant)