BEIJING, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- China's kitchen appliance giant Galanz has attracted much attention by displaying its cutting-edge high-end ToastWave product at the 126th China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair) recently opened in south China's Guangdong Province.
Photo: Foreign businessmen visit Galanz's products at Canton Fair
At present, this all-in-one high-end home appliance has applied for several patents in North America, which sets microwave, oven, air fryer and hot air convention a variety of cooking modes.
Specially developed for the North American market, the product won an IHA Global Innovations Awards (gia) in March this year, the ultimate awards event in the industry, hornoring excellence in housewares retail, product design and booth presentation.
Photo: Galanz displaying ToastWave at Canton Fair
Galanz has opened to the global market with its intelligent manufacturing capacity and smart home ecology, offering a customer-centered development strategy to promote independent innovation as well as an independent brand, according to Liang Zhaoxian, Chairman and President of Galanz Group.
Liang added that the development of technology requires a large market as the basis, and the potential markets especially in the Belt and Road (B&R) countries are boosting enterprises to turn cutting-edge technology into advance productive forces.
It is meanwhile noted that Galanz's new products from independent brands such as Galanz oven and refrigerators under its retro series have also entered the mainstream retail channels in the United States.
In recent years, Galanz has accelerated the transition from traditional manufacturer to digital technology company. In September this year, Galanz released the world's first Internet of Things (IoT) home appliance chip at its headquarters in Guangdong Province, and announced the development plan of a high-end intelligent chip and processor.
The chips will be used in every product of Galanz, including microwave ovens, refrigerators, ovens, air conditioners, washing machines, and other small home appliances, according to Liang Huiqiang, Vice President of Galanz Group. (Edited by Jiang Feifan)