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The Heat on the Second Day of PM CHINA 2019 Was Still Growing

Date: 2019-03-27
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On the first day of The 12th Shanghai International Exhibition for Advanced Ceramics, Powder Metallurgy and Cemented Carbides, a total of 10,386 professional buyers at home and abroad were received.


On March 26, the second day of the exhibition, the number of visitors reached 9,290Visitors maintained high enthusiasm, while the scene remained an orderly manner.

On site the exhibition, the latest products and technologies were showcasing. There are high-tech intelligent mechanical equipment, new type of materials and high-proformance products, etc.


The three days event is full of expectations from visitors and exhibitors.




Korea Advanced Ceramic Industry Delegation organized more than 30 delegates to come visit, which become a highlight of today's show. The China-Korea Advanced Ceramic Industry Exchange Meeting was held in the afternoon, the two sides had meaningful and thoughtful exchanges of ideas towards the industry development.




Another highlight of PM CHINA 2019, the Academic Annual Meeting of China Powder Metallurgy Alliance & 2019 Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Forum was held successfully!



We look forward a perfect conclusion of PM CHINA 2019!



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