PM China 2022 announces new dates and expanded exhibition

June 2, 2022

Some 31,000 visitors attended last year’s China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (Courtesy PM China)
Some 31,000 visitors attended last year’s China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (Courtesy PM China)

The 15th China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China 2022) is set to take place November 4–6, 2022, in the Shanghai World Exhibition Center. The original date, scheduled for May, was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Organised by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd., PM China 2022 is expected to host over 600 exhibitors across 35,000 m2 of floor space, up some 20% from the previous year. Over the three days, the event will welcome around 40,000 visitors.

On show will be a range of products, services, and solutions in the fields of Powder Metallurgy, cemented carbides, advanced ceramics, Metal Injection Moulding, metal Additive Manufacturing, and magnetic materials including materials, applications, and production equipment.

In addition to the exhibition, the event will host a number of academic forums and technical seminars, including:

  • 15th Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Summit
  • 11th Shanghai International Injection Molding Forum
  • 4th Shanghai International Advanced Ceramics Frontier and Industry Application Summit
  • 2022 China Magnetic Materials Development Forum

http://en.pmexchina.com/

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