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Academic Annual Meeting of China Powder Metallurgy Alliance 2019 Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Forum



The application fields of powder metallurgy technology are expanding day by day. In order to further promote the technological innovation of new materials, new technologies and new process in powder metallurgy industry, to continuously learn from and understand the most cutting-edge scientific and technological achievements and development at home and abroad, to improve China’s scientific progress and technological upgrading in the field of new materials, and to enhance communication and cooperation among PM manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, institutions of higher learning, research institutes and end-user groups, China Powder Metallurgy Alliance, in conjunction with Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd. (Organizer of PM CHINA), will hold the Academic Annual Meeting of China Powder Metallurgy Alliance & 2019 Shanghai International Powder Metallurgy Forum on March 26th, 2019 at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center


The forum and exhibition aim to promote communication and cooperation between industry, academia and business circles, and transform the latest research results of institutions of higher learning and scientific research institutions into industrialized manufacturing with great added value through academic exchanges and results promotion. At the same time, it also offers entrepreneurs the best solutions and ideas for Industry 4.0 and Made in China 2015. The forum will focus on the discussion of the latest technology and achievement of the following sections: advanced metal structural materials, advanced light alloy materials, new friction materials, new forming processing technology, computational simulation technology, intelligent manufacturing technology, material and product testing technology, equipment and processing technology, metal additive manufacturing (3D Printing), process technology and metal injection molding process.


The forum will invite well-known domestic experts and scholars, leaders of relevant associations, mainstream end customers, as well as major material manufacturers, product manufacturers and equipment manufacturers at home and abroad to make special reports on the development of relevant national policies and technical levels. All institutions of higher learning, research institutes and enterprises are welcomed to participate.


1. Schedule

Registration Time: March 25th, 2019  10:00AM - 10:PM

Date & Venue

March 26th, 2019  9:00AM - 5:00PM

Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center

(No. 1099, Guo Zhan Road, Pudong District, Shanghai)


2. Topic

1. New Trends in the World's Powder Metallurgy Industry

2. The Release of China's Powder Metallurgy Industry White Paper

3. Advancement of the Formulation of China's Powder Metallurgy Group Standards

4. Summary and Promotion of China Powder Metallurgy Think Tank

5. Summary of the Work Carried out by the Powder Metallurgy Fund 


For detail application procedure, please contact:

Ms. Allison Ye: allison@unirischina.com

Ms. Echo Lu: echo.lu@unirischina.com




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