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Successful Conclusion of PM CHINA 2019

Date: 2019-03-28
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The 12th Shanghai International Exhibition for Advanced Ceramics, Powder Metallurgy and Cemented Carbides was successfully held at Shanghai World Expo & Convention Center from March 25th to 27th! In the three days exhibition, buyers from all over the world came back with fruitful results, while exhibitors met with valued business parner.


For international exhibitors, participating in the exhibition for powder metallurgy, cemented carbide and advanced ceramics is not a temporary decision, but a wise move to reach Chinese consumers. For Chinese companies, relying on the exhibition platform to display corporate image and seek new trading partners and business opportunities is not an expedient measure, but a long-term consideration enter the world.


Daily professional visitor admission data for this exhibition:

First day: 10,386 

Second day:  9,290 

Last day:  2,961





The total exhibition area is 25,000 sqm,

a rise of 12% over the previous year.





The number of exhibitor is 464, a rise of 11% over the previous year.




22,637 professional buyers at home and abroad were attracted, a rise of 19.5% 

over the previous year.




Review of PM CHINA 2019:



Delegations from China and Korea:






As the industry service provider, Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd. has always insisted on our originality. We listen the voice from the industry, strive to guide the development of the industry, and it's all for love and mission. Integrating resources is our function. Providing services is our duty. Creating platforms is our obligation.


March 24 ~ 26, 2020, at Shanghai World Expo & Convention Center, the 13th Shanghai International Exhibition for Advanced Ceramics, Powder Metallurgy and Cemented Carbides invites you to come and guide us.



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