China - Prompted by rapid development of the additive manufacturing and powder metallurgy industries in China, the Formnext + PM South China trade show will debut in Shenzhen, China, in September 2020.
Scheduled for 9-11 September, the brand new fair Formnext + PM South China for the additive manufacturing and powder metallurgy sectors will take place at the Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center, noted as one of the largest, state-of-the-art exhibition venues worldwide. It will offer a platform for suppliers and users with comprehensive business opportunities in advanced materials and innovative production methods.
The fair is jointly organised by partners Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt and Uniris Exhibition Shanghai, both with over ten years of industry experience. This strategic co-operation of experienced partners coupled with the key location in Southern China is promising for both Chinese and international additive manufacturers. The Greater Bay Area around Shenzhen, regarded as a hotbed of innovation and a major driver for the economy, is a hub for science, technology, electronics, manufacturing, automotive manufacturing, robotics and automation in China.
Petra Haarburger, Managing Director of Mesago Messe Frankfurt, the organiser of Formnext in Frankfurt, explains: “Formnext + PM South China offers both Chinese and international additive manufacturers an exceptional platform in the highly dynamic southern China region.”
“Formnext has been a resounding success in Europe and we are confident that the combination of additive manufacturing, materials, and innovative process technologies will also perfectly address the current and future needs of the Chinese manufacturing industry,” Sascha Wenzler, Formnext Vice President notes.
In the past Powder Metallurgy (PM) Expo South China was successfully organised by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai. Now, complemented by Messe Frankfurt’s extensive global network of branch and sales offices, the new trade show will be well and widely promoted. Formnext + PM South China will target visitors from a wide range of sectors, including architecture, automation, automotive, aerospace, construction, dental technology, home appliances, electrical engineering and electronics, packaging technology, medical technology and toolmaking.