China's rare earth metals industry is an extremely hot topic right now and China Magnetics 2009 will teach attendees how to navigate the complexities of the Chinese permanent magnet industry
Portland, Maine (PRWEB) September 8, 2009
Covering the latest developments in the Chinese rare earth metals industry, IntertechPira will be hosting China Magnetics 2009 on Monday, October 26 through Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at the Hilton Shanghai in Shanghai, China. This is the industry's premier event bringing together all parts of the permanent magnets supply chain for an in-depth discussion of recent developments, as well as challenges and opportunities in China's magnet and magnetic materials industry.
This year's conference is being chaired by David Choit, Director of Global Sales and Strategic Sourcing, Magnetic Products, for Dexter Magnetic Technologies of the USA. The agenda will feature presentations from numerous international leaders in the industry, including Hideki Harada, CEO of JABM; Mark Smith, CEO of Molycorp Minerals; Ren H Wang, PhD, Senior Technical Manager for Black and Decker; Nimit Sheth, Senior Applications Scientist, Electrical Machines for Magnequench; Bi Chao, Research Scientist for Data Storage Institute; Zhao Juntao, Vice President & Chief Technical Officer of ZHMAG; Randy Callihan, Vice President of Technology of THINOVA CO.; Joanne Jia, Hangzhou Permanent Magnet Group Co. Ltd.; Xuan Kuo, Manager of Eriez Magnetics; John West, Consultant for John GW West Consultants, and Peter Mohrhardt, Commodity Specialist for BOSE.
"China's rare earth metals industry is an extremely hot topic right now and China Magnetics 2009 will teach attendees how to navigate the complexities of the Chinese permanent magnet industry," said Chris Smith, Conference Producer at IntertechPira. "If you have an interest in China's magnet and magnetic materials industry and would like the opportunity to network with the key players in the industry from China and around the world, you won't want to miss this conference.
Attendees will hear from experts about the best ways to source magnets from China; receive competitive intelligence on all forms of permanent magnet materials, including samarium-cobalt, alnico, ferrites, and NdFeB; identify new and emerging applications for magnet materials in renewable energy and energy efficient applications; and network with Chinese suppliers of magnetic materials, finished magnets, magnetic alloys and ingots, assemblies, raw materials, and molding powders and compounds. The conference is designed for chief executives and decision makers, customers using hard/soft magnetic materials, buyers and sellers of rare earth alloys and chemicals, engineering executives, and market development managers.
For more information about "China Magnetics 2009" or to attend, visit http://www.chinamagneticsconference.com.
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