Höganäs to showcase PM solutions at China’s leading automotive transmission event TMC2021

June 29, 2021

Sweden’s Höganäs AB will showcase its Powder Metallurgy solutions at the 13th TM Symposium China ICE, (P)HEV and EV Transmissions and Drives (TMC2021) event, which takes place in Shanghai, China, on July 8–9. Said to be the biggest annual gathering in the automotive transmission and drive community in China, the event expects to welcome upwards of 1,000 attendees and to showcase around seventy-five exhibitors.

Organised by China-SAE, TMC2021 will focus on how domestic and international OEMs, transmission and drive companies would respond to the newly issued 2.0 Version of Energy Saving and New Energy Vehicle Technology Road Maps with their innovative technologies, products and modular platforms. These road maps, developed by industry experts, put forward the overall development goals of comprehensive hybridisation for conventional passenger vehicles and 50% market share by 2035 for each of HEVs and NEVs, which would guide the auto industry to reshape its overall technical framework, industrial layout, and supply chain.

Höganäs is a leading manufacturer of metal powders for numerous applications such as automotive components, brazing, electrical motors, surface coating, Additive Manufacturing and water treatment.

The company will be showcasing its PM solutions during the automotive transmission event at stands #16 and #17.

Further information is available via the event website.

www.hoganas.com

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