PM China 2019 forums offer insight into range of technologies

January 16, 2019

PM China 2019 forums offer insight into range of technologies

PM China 2019 will be held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre

 

PM China 2019, the 12th Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Exhibition & Conference, which is set to run at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre from March 25–27, 2019, will include a number of forums and meetings focused on key Powder Metallurgy topics, as well as the largest PM China exhibition to date.

The event will include the 8th Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Forum, the 8th Shanghai International Injection Moulding Forum and the 2019 Academic Annual Meeting of the Industrial Ceramics Committee of Chinese Ceramic Society & Advanced Ceramics Industry Summit Forum.

PM China will be held concurrently with the Shanghai International Advanced Ceramics Exhibition & Conference (IACE CHINA) and the Shanghai International Cemented Carbide Exhibition & Conference (CCEC CHINA). Organised by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd, 2019 marks the first time the three events will have been held at the Shanghai World Expo Centre, said to be the largest indoor exhibition hall in Asia. The total area of the exhibition is expected to reach 25,000 m2, housing over 450 national and international exhibitors, with up to 20,000 visitors expected to attend.

Also set to run during the event is an Industry-University-Research Cooperation Conference, encouraging universities and research institutions to connect with commercial enterprises, accelerating the transformation of scientific achievement into practical productive results and further enhancing the industrialisation of intellectual property and patented technology.

Further programme details and information on attending PM China are available via the event website.

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