PM China 2019 moves to new venue as region’s largest Powder Metallurgy exhibition continues to grow

May 8, 2018

PM China 2019 moves to new venue as region’s largest Powder Metallurgy exhibition continues to grow

PM China 2018 saw a 19% growth in attendance compared to the previous year (Courtesy Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd.)


PM China 2019 will be held at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center, Shanghai, China from March 25–27, 2019. Organised by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd, the move to a new venue, said to be the largest indoor exhibition hall in Asia, is in response to the event’s continued growth.

This year’s event, PM China 2018 (The 11th Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Exhibition & Conference), was held at Shanghai Everbright Exhibition Center, March 25–27, 2018, and ran concurrently with CCEC China 2018 (The 11th Shanghai International Cemented Carbides Exhibition & Conference) and IACE China 2018 (The 11th Shanghai International Advanced Ceramics Exhibition & Conference).

The joint events were reported to have a total exhibition area of 22,000 m2, and listed 415 exhibitors from 18 countries and regions, including China, USA, Germany, UK, Italy, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Russia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, India, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The organisers stated that the number of visitors for 2018 grew by 19% compared to the previous year, with a total of 18,219 professionals visiting the show.

In addition to the exhibition, several academic forums were arranged at the event including the 7th Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Technology Summit Forum.

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