“A show of this nature will showcase the great capabilities already in the magnet supply chain but will also highlight the areas missing and provide a platform for discussing how to fill those gaps."
(Matthew Swallow, The UK Magnetics Society)
“The Magnetics Show is not a conventional research conference... in addition to being an industrial fair, I see it as the ideal venue where companies can present their research needs to academic researchers to establish fruitful links."
(Victorino Franco, Sevilla University)
“At long last we are witnessing an awakening to the critically important role permanent magnets play in society and their importance in the increased electrification and energy efficient future. This is coupled with the realization that the most important magnetic materials are dependent on a fragile and unpredictable supply chain."
(John Ormerod, JOC LLC I Bunting)
exceptional and unparalleled in their nature. With unique properties
utilized in a vast array of applications,
this abundant material plays a pivotal role the quality and effectiveness of the end product.
From energy conversion, aerospace, to the modest refrigerator magnet; it is a substance that keeps on giving.
Discuss the magnitude of the magnet with various attendees from an array of end-user buying groups.
The exhibitor profiles at The Magnetics Show encompass the entire supply chain of the magnetic material and rare earth industries. The event offers a comprehensive platform for networking, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.
Pasadena is a melting pot of industries, known primarily for being an epicentre for discovery and a city of science. Located only 10 miles from Los Angeles, Pasadena hosts institutional leaders such as the California Institute of Technology and the Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory. With over 300 tech companies, Pasadena is thriving, accessible and incredibly inviting. Additional prosperous industries within Pasadena include petrochemical value chain, logistics and distribution and professional/technical services.