Isfahan Hosts PM Auto 2018
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Isfahan Hosts PM Auto 2018

The Sixth International Conference on Powder Metallurgy for Automotive Parts, also known as PM Auto 2018 concluded in Isfahan Province on Wednesday. The two-day conference was jointly held by Mashhad Powder Metallurgy Company, Sadjad University of Technology and Austria’s Technische Universitat Wien. Local and foreign participants shared the latest developments in powder metallurgy by presenting scientific articles, IRNA reported. According to conference manager, Abolqasem Arvand, the 10-year hiatus between the last and the current iteration was due to foreign companies’ unwillingness to participate.


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