PM China 2022 postponed due to pandemic

September 14, 2022

Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd., the organiser of the 15th China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China 2022), has announced that the event has now been postponed until the COVID-19 situation in China has stabilised.

This follows the recent announcement of the event changing date and venue. The organiser stated, “As the organiser of the exhibition, in the face of repeated epidemics and special factors, every time we make a decision to postpone the exhibition, it makes us extremely difficult and extremely tormented. On the one hand, we must go all out to do all the preparatory work to ensure that we can deliver answers that satisfy exhibitors and visitors. On the other hand, we must also cooperate with the government’s epidemic prevention work and ensure the health and safety of the participants.”

“Although every effort may not be rewarded for diligence, we still firmly believe that all the hard work and sweat we put in will eventually lead to a better tomorrow! We are deeply grateful to every exhibitor who has fully supported this exhibition, and sincerely thank the media and industry insiders who have been paying close attention to and caring about this exhibition. Your understanding, trust and support are our greatest motivation to move forward!”

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