Many people would say that the economy is picking up—or at a minimum, no longer stagnant. As their businesses grow, ceramic manufacturers can choose to handle external and internal growth requirements in different ways.
The ceramic powder market is facing the same old challenges as it directly follows the demand for ceramic parts. Market pressures include the increasing use of plastics, glass, intermetallics and newer alloys.
Industry participants from around the world are set to head to Cleveland, Ohio, from April 25-27.
March 1, 2017
The ceramic industry continues to evolve, and ceramics are now the material of choice in many of today’s processes, industries, and developmental projects. In addition to offering a unique blend of material, mechanical, and chemical properties, the more ceramics are studied and experimented with, the more adaptable they seem to become.
Clays, chamottes and ceramics are used in various applications and must therefore comply with different levels of quality standards. In recent years, quality standards have gained in significance for the processing industry—and therefore for manufacturers of chamottes and ceramics as well.
CERAMICS CHINA @Unifair will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. From sole machine display to full coverage of upstream ceramic industry to introducing advanced foreign technology to leading the world’s ceramic market, CERAMICS CHINA @Unifair showcases the best of industrial development. CERAMICS CHINA @Unifair 2017, hosted by China Ceramic Industrial Association, is expected to reach 100,000+ sq.m with 1,000+ exhibitors, 6,000+ booths and 80,000+ visitors.
The International Manufacturing Technology Show is one of the largest industrial trade shows in the world. More than 2,000 exhibiting companies will occupy 1.3 million net square feet of exhibit space at the McCormick Place complex in Chicago, Illinois. Read More