PMCC&AC EXPO 2020 reports success and announces dates for 2021 show

October 20, 2020

PMCC&AC EXPO 2020 was held in Shenzhen, China, from September 13–15 (Courtesy Wise Exhibition (Guangdong) Co.,Ltd.)

The Shenzhen International Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbide & Advanced Ceramics Exhibition (PMCC&AC EXPO) 2020 was held from September 13–15, at The Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, China.

According to the event organisers, which include Wise Exhibition (Guangdong) Co.,Ltd., Guangzhou Machine Tool & Tool Industry Industry, and Donguan Numerical Control Cutting Association, the PMCC&AC EXPO 2020 covered an area of 15,000 m2 and attracted 19,310 visitors from a number of different cities. Thirty-two professional purchasing groups also joined the event, including Foxconn and Huawei. 

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and the resulting restrictions placed on travel and the changes to working patterns, more enterprises were said to be focusing on the domestic market. Over 200 companies participated in the exhibition, where they exhibited raw and auxiliary materials, products and equipment relevant to Powder Metallurgy and Advanced Ceramics. 

Running alongside the exhibition was the 2020 Shenzhen International Powder Metallurgy Technology Development Forum, focussed on the fields of Additive Manufacturing, Application of Powder Metallurgy, Powder Injection Moulding, etc. During the forum, presentations were given by experts including Dr Q, Chief Lecturer, You neeD Technology Office; Dr Yu Peng, Southern University of Science and Technology; and Prof Li Xiaofeng, North University of China. 

The Second International Symposium on Amorphous Alloy Powder Technology and Application and The 10th China Small Motor & Magnetic Materials Industry Development Summit were also held alongside PMCC&AC Expo 2020.

The 2021 Shenzhen International Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbide & Advanced Ceramics exhibition will be held from July 1–3, 2021.

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