PM China 2020 postponed due to coronavirus

February 6, 2020

The 13th International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China 2020), organised by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd, has been postponed due to the launch of Shanghai’s official First Level Response Mechanism for major Public Health Emergencies in response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Originally set to take place at the Shanghai World Expo & Convention Center, from March 24–26, 2020, PM China 2020 has been postponed until further notice.

“We fully apologise for any inconveniences caused to you by the postponement of the exhibition due to the current situation,” the organisers wrote. “Over the past thirteen years, the exhibition has been growing with great support from all distinguished exhibitors, media partners and visitors. At this critical moment of fighting against the epidemic, we sincerely appreciate your understanding and support.”

www.en.pmexchina.com

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