Exhibition chronicles Harbin's China Advanced Materials Expo
Updated : 2018-09-10
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
An exhibition aiming to review the development history and achievements of the China International Advanced Materials Industry Expo through physical exhibits and historical information launched in Harbin on Sept 6.
The China International Advanced Materials Industry Expo, initiated in 2014 in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, is a platform for experts and businesses in the sector of advanced industry to strengthen communications and demonstrate the latest development achievements.
Having been successfully held four times, the expo attracted the participation of 3,543 businesses from 50 countries and regions.
Around 6,380 categories of advanced materials including iron and steel, nonferrous metal, machinery, petrochemical, building materials, light industry, textiles and rare earth were on display; and a total of 70 professional forums were held during the expo.
An exhibition is held in Harbin on Sept 6 to review the development and achievements of the China International Advanced Materials Industry Expo. [Photo/people.cn]
Visitors learn about the history of The China International Advanced Materials Industry Expo through exhibited books. [Photo/people.cn]
Visitors learn about the development history of China International Advanced Materials Industry Expo through exhibits. [Photo/people.cn]
Graphene exhibition area in the China International Advanced Materials Industry Expo. [Photo/people.cn]
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