China Packaging Symposium

September 28-29, 2021 | Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province

The 15th annual ISTA China Packaging Symposium will be held September 28-29 in Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province. The Symposium is hosted by International Safe Transit Association China Division and presented by China Packaging Research & Test Center and China Packaging Research Institute.

Labtone - Focus on Mechanical Environmental Test Equipment
Safe Load
Vibration Research


September 26, 2021

  • 09:00-18:00 Symposium Registration Hotel Lobby

September 27, 2021

  • 09:00-16:00 CPLP Technician Workshop Tong Zhou Conference Room
  • 09:30-17:00 Transport Packaging Design Competition Semi-Final Hai Zhou Conference Room
  • 14:00-17:00 Business & Technology Conference of Transport Packaging Supply Chain Kai Yuan Conference Room
  • 09:00-18:00 Symposium Registration Hotel Lobby

September 28, 2021

  • 08:30-08:40 Opening Ceremony-Binglin Lu-Executive President-ISTA China Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 08:40-08:50  Opening Ceremony-A.J. Gruber- President & CEO-ISTA Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 08:50-09:00 Opening Ceremony-Weifeng Xu-Director-CPRTC Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 09:00-09:15 Presentations-New ISTA Tests & Resources Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 09:15-09:45 Presentations-Design, Simulation and Testing for Structured Cushioning Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 09:45-10:15 Presentations-NASA Simple Health Monitoring Application for Reusable Solid Rocket Motor Rail Shipments Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 10:15-10:30 Tea Break Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 10:30-11:00 Presentations-Research and Projects of ISTA China Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 11:00-11:30 Presentations-Scientific Design and Verification of Transportation Packaging with Finite Element Simulation Technology Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 11:30-12:00 Presentations-Tilt Testing for Load Stability Analysis Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 13:00-13:30 Presentations-Exploration of Impact Velocity in Impact Test Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 13:30-14:00 Presentations-LC logistics Supply Chain Enabled by Smart Pallet Sharing Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 14:00-14:15 Tea Break Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 14:15-17:00 Transport Packaging Design Competition Final Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 18:00 Official Dinner Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 18:30-19:00 Award Ceremony of Transport Packaging Design Competition Dong Wu Conference Room

September 29, 2021

  • 08:30-09:00 Presentations-ISTA Research Update Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 09:00-09:30 Presentations-Packaging Design Optimization for a Series of 700 Wide Cabinets Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 09:30-10:00 Presentations-How Packaging of Precision Medical Device to Meet the Challenge of Omni-channel Supply Chain Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 10:00-10:15 Tea Break Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 10:00-10:15 Tea Break Dong Wu Conference Room10:15-11:45 Presentations Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 10:15-10:45 Presentations-Card Calibration of Foam Cushioning Material and its Application in Finite Element Calculation of Vertical Impact Test of Package Dropping Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 10:45-11:15 Presentations-Security Product Packaging Breakthrough Traditional Innovation Exploration-New Film Composite Packaging Technology Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 11:15-11:45 Presentations-New Development of Stretch Hood Solution and Its Applications Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 11:45-12:15 Presentations-Computer Technology and Specific Applications in "Structure, Performance and Design of Packaging System" Dong Wu Conference Room
  • 12:15-13:00 Lunch Dong Wu Conference Room


Xiaoli Liu

Packaging Design Optimization for a Series of 700 Wide Cabinets

Xiaoli Liu, ZTE
Presentation summary

A series of general cabinets in the communications industry with a width of 700 mm (depth width) are processed in accordance with the conventional package design scheme. The dimensions of the packages reach 830 mm in the width direction. They cannot be placed in three rows (namely, 2350 mm in the width direction of general freight containers in the logistics industry), resulting in a large waste of container space and a great increase of logistics and transportation costs. In this case, EVA, EPE, honeycomb cardboard and other materials are used to replace the original single EPE cushioning mode to reduce the thickness of packing materials. At the same time, the structure and material of the packing box is optimized to reduce the width of the packing box to 770 mm, so that the cabinet package can meet the size requirement of three rows in the container. In addition, the cost of packing materials for a single cabinet is reduced by 16.5%. The logistics and freight costs of domestic contracts are reduced by 10%, and the loading rate of international contracts is increased by 33.3%. At present, the package design optimization solution of this series of cabinets has passed the reliability test of related transport packages, and is applied in batches in ZTE. The result is good.

Biography: Xiaoli Liu, master degree in package engineering, 15 years of work experience, responsible for ZTE's package design team.

Xiaozhi Wu

Exploration of Impact Velocity in Impact Test

Xiaozhi Wu, Shenzhen ORT Technical Service
Presentation summary

Since ISTA 2B can be used to evaluate individual packages for international shipping, individual cabinet packages are subjected to package reliability tests in accordance with this standard. The impact tests include bevel impact, horizontal impact, and drop tests, one of which can be selected. The speed parameter in the inclined impact or horizontal impact test is 1.7m/s. In the actual test of products shipped around the world, it is difficult for large weight packages to pass the test of 1.7m/s. Both the packages and the products themselves are prone to problems, and the improvement cost is very high. So is the test condition too high, or the product reliability is insufficient?

In view of the above problems, we analyze and explore the impact velocity of the impact test. After consulting the relevant impact test scenes and test standards, including national standards, industry standards and enterprise standards, combined with the actual fixed scene of logistics and the actual situation that the current products are getting heavier and heavier, the 1.7m/s test is still very harsh. Finally, combined with the test requirements of the industry and the 1.2m/s requirement in ISTA 3B standard, According to 1.2m/s, the cabinet with a weight of more than 300kg was tested, and the loss rate of goods shipped in the market was tracked. According to the data tracked for 3 years, there is no problem in product packaging design or product strength.

Therefore, we have the following suggestions for impact test: in the process of packaging research and development, the impact speed of 1.2m/s is recommended for products above 300kg.

Biography: IEC/TC104, technical expert.

Yikun Liang

Security Product Packaging Breakthrough Traditional Innovation Exploration-New Film Composite Packaging Technology

Yikun Liang, Dahua Technology
Presentation summary

Security electronic products are diversified and fragmented, and there are major challenges in the relative reusability of traditional packaging, material preparation efficiency, and storage and transportation space occupation. On the basis of meeting product packaging protection functions and transportation safety requirements, through in-depth research and analysis of the physical properties of TPU film materials, combined with the paper card structure design, independent technological innovation has been carried out, and a new type of film composite packaging technology has been developed. After a large number of basic material tests in the laboratory, and based on the ISTA 2A series part of the performance test test standards for simulating transportation integrity, and the analysis of multiple test data such as vibration, drop impact, and horizontal impact, the same product has obvious advantages compared with traditional packaging. Especially in terms of performance protection such as drop buffering.

Film composite packaging has the characteristics of high protection, high reuse compatibility, high environmental protection, easy processing, and easy assembly. It can replace traditional buffered inner packaging, increase production capacity, increase packaging material utilization, and reduce storage and transportation costs, which is helpful to achieve Material unification and centralized procurement. Through the application of environmentally friendly materials, reduced design, energy saving and consumption reduction in the industrial chain, the concept of green, low-carbon, and sustainable development of packaging will be effectively implemented in this field, and packaging costs will be reduced, helping to implement the "dual-carbon" policy. Leading the transformation of packaging methods in terms of design and development, production and processing, automatic container industrialization and centralized procurement. This new technology has been applied in a variety of security products (cameras, smart buildings, smart fire protection, etc.), and has achieved a million-level cost reduction.

Li Bin

LC logistics Supply Chain Enabled by Smart Pallet Sharing

Dr. Li Bin, DOW
Presentation summary

In the petrochemical industry, with the development of packaging automation, the use of shared pallets to replace the traditional manual loading and unloading has become a trend. Sharing pallet brings benefits not only in pallet cost savings, at the same time it makes it possible to thin petrochemical resin packaging bags. Fujian United Petrochemical, which pioneered the use of shared trays, has reduced the film thickness of the bags from 180 microns to 120 microns, and will reduce it to less than 100 microns in the future. These packaging material savings, for the company has brought tens of millions of cost savings, but also greatly improve the efficiency and speed of packaging. These improvements in efficiency are reflected in the saving of carbon emissions in the logistics system. In collaboration with Tsinghua University, we built a model to calculate the efficiency improvement of the entire supply chain and the saving of greenhouse gas emissions by using shared pallets. Through such practice, enterprises can further improve the benefits brought by logistics automation and standardization, and eventually use the saved carbon emissions in the corresponding carbon trading market, get through all the relevant links, and contribute to the carbon peak and carbon neutrality of the whole society.

Biography: Dr. Li Bin obtained his PhD in chemical engineering from East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) by 2007, and then joined Dow Chemical, serving as Wire & Cable Research Specialist, Greater China and later Asia Pacific Leader of External Technology, Research Manager in Hydrocarbon (Houston, USA), respectively. He's currently served as Asia Pacific Technical Leader in Dow's Packaging & Specialty Plastics business, responsible for technical development with brand owners and end users, Pack Studios, and sustainability related technical development. He's also serving as adjunct professor at the Center of Low Dimension Material, Donghua University, and advisor to the School of Chemical Engineering at ECUST.

Wayne Qin

New Development of Stretch Hood Solution and its Applications

Wayne Qin , Exxon Mobil
Presentation summary

As one of the packaging solutions to storage and transportation units, stretch hood has been used maturely in petrochemical industry by virtue of its efficient and consistent packaging operation, excellent load stability and good visibility.

With advancement of hooding machines and diversification of logistic requirements, pallet-free stretch hood and horizontal stretch hood have emerged to supplement conventional vertical stretch hood. As a result of it, stretch hood is recognized by more and more brand owners from non-petrochemical industry, such as FMCG, electronic devices as well as construction industry.

VLD Exceed™ XP, new launched by ExxonMobil Chemical, can be used to replace EVA which is widely used in traditional stretch hood solutions with better mechanical properties and package integrity. Meanwhile, better performance of it can also bring potential for cost-saving through elastomer replacement, downgauging and higher stretch ratio. This new developed stretch hood solution will be introduced in this paper, together with some commercial cases to demonstrate its added value to the value chain.

Biography: To come.

Shuai Yang

Scientific Design and Verification of Transportation Packaging with Finite Element Simulation Technology

Shuai Yang, CPRTC
Presentation summary

The scientific design of transport packaging has always attracted the attention of enterprises and research institutes. From the five-step method of packaging design to the six-step method and then to the seven-step method, the theoretical basis has been gradually improved. But in the actual operation, operators often encounter various problems. For example : If the value of the product is too high to bear the damage caused by harsh transport tests, how to simulate? How to predict the damage of packaging in advance before the actual transportation test? In the packaging development stage, how to accelerate the screening of packaging design?

Through quasi-static and dynamic tests on EPE and EPS, the constitutive equation of this material can be obtained. The extracted material parameters are used in the finite element calculation, and then the transport hazards such as drop and vibration are simulated, which can intuitively reflect the damage of packaging parts, and thus accelerate the selection of packaging design, which can be used to verify the actual transport packaging test, and also play a predictive role, which greatly saves time and cost.

This presentation will mainly introduce the following aspects :

  • Significance and value of finite element simulation technology in packaging field
  • Implementation steps and key points of packaging finite element simulation technology
  • Discussion on other technologies of scientific packaging design and verification

Biography: Senior business manager, R&D engineer.

Shuo Mei

Card Calibration of Foam Cushioning Material and its Application in Finite Element Calculation of Vertical Impact Test of Package Dropping

Shuo Mei, CPRTC
Presentation summary

At present, the packaging design or packaging research and test mostly adopts the experimental method to design, improve and optimize the packaging with the data obtained from the test.

By using the finite element technology, not only does it aid the experimental method, but also make the parameters concerned by engineers to be obtained at the early stage of design, such as the global displacement, stress, strain, acceleration,etc. Besides,the technology can continuously and repeatedly display the dynamic changes of the packaging system at any time. However, the simulation results can be in distortion as the result of its large deformation, obvious non-linear characteristics, strain rate effect and so on, which makes the dynamic mechanical properties difficult to obtain.

Therefore, we respectively adopt quasi-static and dynamic methods to test foamed cushioning materials, and then input the processed data into the material card for finite element calculation with different data processing methods.The accuracy of material data and material card will be verified by the benchmark of the calculation results and physical tests. Then the calibrated material card can be used for finite element calculation in packaging system.

Biography: Finite element project manager.

William Hong

Design, Simulation and Testing for Structured Cushioning

William Hong, Intel
Presentation summary

Traditional foam materials are widely used in cushion packaging design with a series of mature design methods and manufacturing processes. Today, for high value electronic products, cushioning structures are extended to structural parts, including plastic blister structures, pulp molds, corrugated and honeycomb parts. However, this kind of structured cushioning design method is difficult to measure, immature and unified.

In recent years, Intel has tried to obtain quantifiable structural cushioning design and evaluation method based on material constitutive and using finite element simulation technology.

This presentation will mainly introduce:

1. Constitutive and test methods for commonly used materials

2. Finite element evaluation method for structural cushioning design

3. Demonstrate the calibration between the simulation evaluation and the actual experimental results from the design case.

Biography: Experienced Packaging Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the semiconductors industry. Skilled in Electronics Packaging, Corrugated, Folding Cartons, Manufacturing, and Packaging Design. Strong arts and design professional with a Master of Science (MS) focused in Packaging Science from Jiangnan University.Experienced in provide packaging innovation solution for semiconductor manufacturing supply chain, solving packaging related problems in logistics including warehouse and transportation. Project/Supplier management and packaging testing/problem trouble shooting are also my core capabilities.Now a member of ISTA (International Safety Transportation Association) China Board.

Deqiang Sun

Computer Technology and Specific Applications in "Structure, Performance and Design of Packaging System"

Deqiang Sun, Shaanxi University of Science & Technology
Presentation summary

A packaging system refers to a part of a packaging product or a component composed of several packaging parts. The related research directions of the research team of packaging system structure, property and design of Shaanxi University of Science and Technology: 1) structure and properties of packaging materials; 2) modeling and optimization design of packaging systems; 3) intelligent packaging and packaging industry software development.

For the first direction, taking the materials of paper, paperboard, corrugated paperboard, honeycomb paperboard, open-celled and close-celled foams, and molded pulp as research objects, the influences of structure and other influencing factors on their properties are studied. The properties cover the protective packaging design technologies such as cushioning, vibration proof, heat insulation, sound insulation, anti-static, magnetic proof, explosion-proof, waterproof, moisture-proof, radiation-proof, breathable and fresh reservation, and so on.

For the second direction, based on the modeling and simulation of the packaging system, virtual testing, transportation protection optimization design algorithm, and the secondary development technology of CAD and CAE software, the following researches are and carried out :1) based on the finite element modeling and simulation of packaging parts, the optimization design of the packaging system is realized with some algorithm; 2) developing related software based on the algorithm of transportation protection design; 3) developing the packaging design software based on the secondary development technology of CAD and CAE software.

For the third direction, based on the modeling and simulation of packaging system, virtual testing, transportation protection optimization design algorithm, secondary development technology of CAD and CAE software, object-oriented programming technology, various software is developed.

Biography: He has the Ph.D. degree and works as a professor, doctoral supervisor, the principal of packaging engineering major, the principal of the research team of structure, property and design of packaging systems, and the director of 3S research institute of new packaging science and technology. He is also a member in packaging engineering specialty guidance working group of Qinggong teaching steering committee of Ministry of Education, a managing director of packaging engineering committee of Chinese packaging federation, an executive director of Shaanxi packaging technology association, a member of the Expert Committee of Packaging Engineering Journal, a member of packaging and food engineering branch committee of Chinese mechanical engineering society, a member of packaging education committee of Chinese packaging federation, a standing member of packaging dynamics professional committee of Chinese vibration engineering society and a member of paper expert committee of Chinese packaging federation. He is mainly engaged in teaching and research working of the structure, performance and design of packaging system.

Xiangyu Chu

How Packaging of Precision Medical Device to Meet the Challenge of Omni-channel Supply Chain

Xiangyu Chu, MicroPort Scientific Corporation
Presentation summary

The packaging design of medical device products needs to take into account the structural characteristics and functional characteristics of the medical device, and also consider whether the product is hospital sterilization or aseptic packaging. Different sterilization methods will also affect the performance of the product. Precision drug-containing devices, such as drug stents, are sensitive to the environment (oxygen, high temperature).The theme of this presentation is to discuss how the packaging design of medical devices can meet the requirements of product performance and at the same time deal with the challenges of complex production and operation circulation environment.

Biography: Xiangyu Chu, 8 years of packaging design and development experience in electronic industry ,8 years of packaging research and development and manufacturing experience in medical devices.

Carlos Mora

Tilt Testing for Load Stability Analysis

Carlos Mora, Safe Load Testing Technologies
Presentation summary

Transport simulation is the knowledge area which reproduces the effects of the transport hazards. The accelerations produced during transport affects the transported goods. The onboard acceleration effects could modify the load stability and it could become a risk on the road. Different technics for transport simulation are used to evaluate the load stability subjected to those forces produced during distribution. Two of these methods are the horizontal acceleration testing and the tilt testing. The first one generates a trapezoidal acceleration transient as it happens during transportation. The simulated force is the force that a load can suffer, for instance, due to an emergency brake. While tilt testing slowly inclines the test sample generating a force due to the gravity force. These forces can be calculated to achieve the acceleration level we can find during transportation. Tilt testing has certain limitations and does not consider the dynamic effects that occur during braking events. One of these effects is the Dynamic Amplification Factor . This factor depends on the natural frequency, transient shape, and acceleration duration.

Biography: Electronic Technical Engineer - Polytechnic University of Valencia. Executive Master of Project Management at the University of Valencia. More than 5 years of experience in sales area with a strong technical component in several industrial sectors, such as railway, pharmaceutical and packaging. In Safe Load Testing Technologies, he takes the responsibility of the sales team management and the relationship with customers, as well as the representation of the company in fairs and conferences.

Eric Hiser

New ISTA Tests & Resources

Eric Hiser, ISTA
Presentation summary

ISTA continues to deliver on its vision of being the leading resource for improving our world through transport packaging globally. As part of that vision, ISTA Standard’s Council continues to translate research into new test methods that address the topics of load stability, ecommerce, and India as well as publish several new cold chain packaging resources. Additionally, learn how ISTA, in partnership with Specright, has transformed the way package testing is performed with PackSight a new online test planning and reporting platform. PackSight not only improves efficiencies by automating test calculations, but it also brings visibility to stakeholders across the supply chain by easily sharing unique password protected web-based final test reports. Further, PackSight now allows you to build a custom test based upon your supply chain or company needs. Gain insights on all the new resources ISTA is developing that will help you and your company design effective packaging that minimizes product damage and optimizes resource usage.

Biography: Eric Hiser is Vice President of Standards & Certification at International Safe Transit Association (ISTA). He manages the ISTA Standards Council including all technical activities, development and maintenance of ISTA Procedures and Projects, and ISTA Certification programs for labs, packaged-products and people. Eric is a graduate of the Michigan State University School of Packaging with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Packaging. He is an IoPP Certified Packaging Professional (CPP) and has an extensive background in transport packaging performance testing as well as developing packaging for the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) market. He stays involved in the packaging community through participation on industry groups such as IoPP transport packaging and medical device committees as well as serves on the industrial advisory board for Packaging Science at RIT.

Brian O'Banion

ISTA Research Update

Brian O'Banion, ISTA
Presentation summary

This presentation will be an update of ISTA’s research projects, including the ISTA Distribution Environment Data Collection Program, which was presented at the ISTA China 2020 program. This iteration will include summary results from India and an update on our efforts in the European Union and China. ISTA’s mission to empower the people and organizations affecting packaging to minimize product damage throughout distribution and optimize resource usage through effective package design continues to be greatly influenced by packaged-product performance testing. As part of our strategic plan to deliver on this mission, ISTA has developed a Distribution Environment Data Collection Program with the primary goal of expanding our distribution environment data resources. ISTA will use the Distribution Environment Data Collection Program to expand our distribution environment data resources. This data will then be leveraged to improve current testing protocols, add new testing protocols, and create a world-class data repository that can be leveraged by ISTA, and its members, to better model distribution locally, nationally, and internationally. ISTA’s other research projects will be discussed, including high-level results of our work in North America with Chainalytics to provide observational data of several e-commerce retailers. The goal of this work is to generate the data necessary for the ISTA Standards Council to develop a general e-commerce test procedure.

Biography: Brian holds a Master of Administrative Science degree from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan. Brian has nearly 20 years of trade association management experience addressing packaging industry issues in a wide variety of areas, including technical, environmental, health, safety, RFID, competing materials, and sustainability. He also has notable experience within the global food and beverage packaging technologies space. As ISTA’s Vice President of Research & Education, Brian plays a critical role in establishing and executing the association’s long-range strategy and vision for research programs and education services.

David Jin

NASA Simple Health Monitoring Application for Reusable Solid Rocket Motor Rail Shipments

David Jin, Lansmont
Presentation summary

This presentation will address NASA‘s development and implementation of a controlled application for monitoring the health of their space flight assets during rail transit their point of manufacture in Utah, to The Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The program was established in the mid-2000s and is still used today for the shipment of NASA assets into KSC, including their current Space Launch System (SLS) program.

Bin Li

Research and Projects of ISTA China

Bin Li, ISTA China
Presentation summary

"Technical information" is the key to industry development and innovation. Facing the complicated market and technical needs, the packaging industry needs to improve its technological innovation ability through multidisciplinary integration. ISTA China follows the hot trends in industry development and technological innovation of China, using a variety of activities to conduct forward-looking technical research, implementation verification, standard evolution, special training, market research, hot discussions, export research reports, white papers and other results. The content of this talk is to introduce the progress and results of ISTA China's education and training.

Rates & Registration

  • Regular Rate: 2200 RMB / $350 USD
  • ISTA Member Discounted Rate: 1800 RMB / $275 USD
  • Group Rate (3 or more people): 2000 RMB / $300 USD
  • ISTA Member Discounted Group Rate (3 or more people): 1500 RMB / $225 USD
  • University Rate: 2000 RMB / $300 USD



New Century Grand Hotel Dongwu
No. 555, Laodong Road, Wuxing District, Huzhou City

Rate: Single or Double Room, 480 RMB / $75 USD room/night (breakfast included)

Please contact the Symposium Team to reserve a hotel room:
Contact: Mr. Shi Zi Long
Mobile: 15122803929
We Chat: 15122803929

Sponsorship Opportunities

Please contact Andy Huang at or +86-22-66231631 to purchase a sponsorship package or advertising.

PLATINUM SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE (Limited to 2): Rate: 60,000 RMB / $9500 USD


  • 8 Complimentary Symposium Registrations
  • One Complimentary Single-Sided Exhibition Booth
  • Sponsor name and logo displayed on LED screen in the conference and registration boards.
  • Sponsor logo on Symposium Brochure
  • Sponsor name and logo will be displayed on official website. ISTA China will also promote the sponsorship via through two articles provided by the sponsor.
  • Sponsor promotional video played during the tea break.
  • Corporate promotional video shall be played during the tea break.
  • Promotional brochure (provided by sponsor) will be included in attendee symposium bag.
  • Hotel lobby bar vouchers provided to continue conversations.
  • Promotions are customizable to fit the needs of the sponsoring company.



  • 5 Complimentary Symposium Registrations
  • One Complimentary Single-Sided Exhibition Booth
  • Sponsor name and logo displayed on LED screen in the conference and registration boards.
  • Sponsor logo on Symposium Brochure
  • Sponsor name and logo will be displayed on official website. ISTA China will also promote the sponsorship via through two articles provided by the sponsor.
  • Sponsor name and logo will be displayed on official website. ISTA China will also promote the sponsorship via through one article provided by the sponsor.
  • Hotel lobby bar vouchers provided to continue conversations.



  • 3 Complimentary Symposium Registrations
  • One Complimentary Single-Sided Exhibition Booth
  • Sponsor name and logo displayed on LED screen in the conference and registration boards.
  • Sponsor logo on Symposium Brochure
  • Sponsor name and logo will be displayed on official website



  • 1 Complimentary Symposium Registrations
  • One Complimentary Single-Sided Exhibition Booth
  • Sponsor name and logo displayed on LED screen in the conference and registration boards.
  • Sponsor logo on Symposium Brochure
  • Sponsor name and logo will be displayed on official website.


  • One full-page ad in the Symposium manual (A4 paper area) –10,000 RMB / $1550 USD
  • One half-page ad in the Symposium manual (A4 paper area) - 5000 RMB / $775 USD
  • One-sided advertisement for meal coupons - 8,000 RMB / $1250 USD

Exhibit Opportunities

Please contact Andy Huang at or +86-22-66231631 to participate as an exhibitor.

Exhibition times: September 01, 9:00AM and September 02, 12:00PM

Location: New Century Grand Hotel


  • Single side Exhibition Booth: 3000 RMB/$475 USD
  • Double sided Exhibition Booth: 4500 RMB/$700 USD


  • One Complimentary Symposium Registration
  • Company Logo on Symposium Materials
  • Exhibitor Article will be uploaded to the ISTA China Wechat Account.
  • Company Logo displayed ISTA and ISTA China websites.

Booth Description

  • Booth size: 2 meters * 2.4 meters
  • Booth material: KT board with pull-net display rack
  • Booth matching: provide table (1.8 meters long), 2 chairs, power port (220W)

Exhibition Booth Set-Up: Afternoon of August 31

Exhibition Booth Dismantling: noon on September 02