PM China expo celebrates a successful 14th show, attracts 31,000 visitors

June 15, 2021

Attendees during the 14th China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (Courtesy PM China 2021)

The 2021 China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China 2021), which changed its name from Shanghai International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics upon the approval of the Ministry of Culture, took place at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Center from May 23–25.

Celebrating its fourteenth edition, the event organiser Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd. welcomed over 31,000 visitors and featured 506 exhibitors across the 30,000 m2 of show space. Showcased were a range of products, services, and solutions in the fields of Powder Metallurgy, cemented carbides, advanced ceramics, Metal Injection Moulding, metal Additive Manufacturing, and magnetic materials including materials, applications, and production equipment.

This year saw the exhibition adopt a ‘Cloud Exhibition’ service which enabled ‘face-to-face’ interviews with exhibitors via camera. The webcasts were shown live on social media and other online platforms.

In addition to the exhibition, the event also hosted a number of high-quality academic forums and technical seminars, with over sixty speakers including leading experts, scholars, scientific research talents and corporate executives. The forums and seminars included:

  • 3rd Shanghai International Summit on Advanced Ceramic Technology and Industry Development
  • 10th Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy & Injection Molding Forum
  • 2nd Shanghai Tungsten Industry Summit & International Cemented Carbides Seminars
  • Joint Council & Academic Forum Powered by the Powder Metallurgy Professional Committee of Shanghai Mechanical Engineering Society & Powder Metallurgy Branch of Shanghai New Materials Association

The 15th China International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China 2022) is scheduled to take place at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Center on May 23–25, 2022.

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