Formnext + PM South China 2022 scheduled for December

October 24, 2022

Formnext + PM South China organisers, Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt Co Ltd and Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co Ltd, have announced that this year’s event is now scheduled to take place on December 20–22, 2022, following the postponement of the event’s original date. The three-day event will take place in Hall 3 at the Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center.

The organisers explain that conditions within the region have been steadily improving over the last few weeks, and companies in the smart manufacturing sector have been actively scaling up their operations in response. To facilitate this ongoing growth in the market, Formnext + PM South China will continue to provide participants a platform for exchanging ideas, showcasing technologies and expanding business networks. The fair organisers are in contact with both local & international exhibitors and supporters to provide them with the necessary support to facilitate their participation. They are also working to put in place the necessary measures to ensure the health and well-being of all participants attending the fair.

Formnext + PM South China is a leading event for manufacturing in China, covering advanced technology and equipment categories including Additive Manufacturing, Powder Metallurgy and advanced ceramics-related materials, designs, software, and processing technologies. The 2022 edition expects to attract more than 10,000 visitors and over 260 brands, who will showcase their latest products and solutions across 20,000 m2 of exhibition space. In addition, a series of concurrent events led by renowned experts will take place to exchange ideas and introduce new technologies to the industry.

Formnext + PM South China forms part of a series of international events including Formnext, Asiamold, and Formnext Forum Tokyo. Formnext will be held from November 15–18, 2022, in Frankfurt, Germany; Asiamold will be held from March 1–3, 2023; and Formnext Forum Tokyo will take place on September 28–29, 2023 in Tokyo, Japan.

More information about Formnext + PM South China is available through the event website.

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