Global production networks are changing today's production planning and are generating added-value around the globe. Having a solid understanding of global network mechanisms and major production markets like China is an essential competitive advantage. Global learning for the education, research and industry in Germany is one of the tasks of the GAMI program. For that reason the Global Advanced Manufacturing Program (GAMI) was founded by Mrs. Prof. Gisela Lanza, wbk Institute for Production Science in Germany.
The GAMI office is locate in Suzhou, a famous tourist spot of China which is also called Venice of the East because of its many canals, which is around 80 km away from Shanghai.
The GAMI program operates in the area of production science and has 3 main focuses:
Since 2014 GAMI runs the KIT China Branch as KIT’s central hub for industry and science in China.