Powder Metallurgy for future powertrains on display at Vienna Motor Symposium

April 4, 2018

Höganäs AB is to present a wide range of Powder Metallurgy solutions for future powertrain applications at the 39th International Vienna Motor Symposium taking place April 26-27, in Vienna, Austria.

On display at the company’s booth will be a number of cost-effective, innovative and sustainable components and systems that showcase the benefits of Powder Metallurgy technology. Visitors will be able to view and discuss Powder Metallurgy transmission gears and high power density electrical solutions.

The International Vienna Motor Symposium takes place annually and attracts over 1,000 decision-makers from the worldwide automotive engineering industry. The two-day programme includes a variety of lectures, where leading automotive and component companies present the latest technologies and developments, as well as an accompanying exhibition.



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