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Shanghai event joined the growing number making a return after Covid lockdown with chemical, food and pharmaceuticals being the best represented. The event followed dramatic year-on-year growth and points the way to a positive future.


POWTECH IPB CHINA 2020 | JULY 29-31


THIS, THE 18TH INTERNATIONAL POWDER AND BULK SOLIDS PROCESSING CONFERENCE Exhibition (IPB 2020) was successfully held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. As an annually held powder industry grand event,


IPB


accounted for 37% of the total. Food and feed was next with 23%, pharmaceuticals (18%), new energy resources (13%) and the remainder came from ceramics and glass (7%) and mineral manufacturers (6%). The exhibits which attracted the greatest levels of interests are basic mechanical processing technologies, followed by plant engineering and processing components. It was one of the first live shows to be held at the National Exhibition and Convention Centre which resumed hosting exhibitions starting from July 1 after several months of closure due to Covid-19. As one of the top exhibition cities in the world, Shanghai has a total exhibition area of over 1 million square meters. Last year, the city held 310 international exhibitions and 496 domestic ones, according to the Shanghai Convention and Exhibition Industries Association. Before the centre reopened, a slew of epidemic prevention


has witnessed the growth of the Chinese powder industry for more than a decade. In this exhibition, more than 100 exhibitors representing a range of disciplines from crushing, grinding and screening, to drying, mixing, filtering, conveying,


packaging,


testing, safety and explosion protection. The three-day exhibition drew 8,867


trade visitors to the 10,000 square-metre showspace. An analysis of visitor survey statistics revealed that most of them came from the chemical industry, which


and control measures had been taken, including the launch of an online reservation system for visitors who all had their temperatures checked on arrival, and were all required to wear masks.


A SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT Darren Guo, managing director of NürnbergMesse China, said the reopening was significant. “For my colleagues and peers in China and Germany, the restart of physical exhibitions in Shanghai can no doubt inject confidence in the world,” he said, adding that the move also indicated that the epidemic has been under control in China, and the country’s economy is in fast recovery. The past few years had been marked by growing success for IPB. The 2018 event closed with new


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