Hoeganaes holds third PM seminar in Nanjing, China

June 26, 2013

June 26, 2013

Hoeganaes held its third Powder Metallurgy China Seminar in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, China from May 20-24, 2013.

The annual technical seminar, organised by Hoeganaes Powder Metallurgy (PM) School, is designed to promote the knowledge and introduce the latest technical developments in the Powder Metallurgy industry. It has been running successfully in North America and Europe for over ten years.


Participants at the Hoeganaes PM China seminar. 


The seminar was chaired by Dr Brian James, Hoeganaes Global Technical Service Manager, and Su FengGe, Senior Technical Engineer. Over 40 customer representatives from more than 20 companies joined the seminar.

In order to better serve the Chinese markets, the seminar was launched in China in 2011. Attendees included representatives from automotive OEMs and parts suppliers, as well as other manufacturers of PM products.

Participants were also invited to visit the Hoeganaes powder mixing facility and customer service centre in Danyang which opened in 2010.



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