Höganäs says that it has upgraded its mixing station at its facility in Shanghai, China.
Höganäs says that it has upgraded its mixing station at its facility in Shanghai, China.

Höganäs says that it has upgraded its mixing station at its facility in Shanghai, China.

‘This shows our commitment to the China market and our plan and expectation to remain the market leader while continuing to offer our market leading powder mixes,’ said Mark Braithwaite, head of Höganäs in the Asia-Pacific region.

In 1993, Höganäs formed a joint venture with a Chinese partner and later took full control of the company. Over the years, Höganäs has made numerous investments in the country, the company said. ‘The Chinese PM Industry of today is considered as one of the world’s most advanced. It is our ambition that this upgraded mixing facility will play an integral part of the continued success of the PM industry in China,’ said CEO Fredrik Emilson.

 ‘We have substantially upgraded the material handling process from when the powder comes from Sweden and to when it shall be delivered to the customer,’ added Richard Molin, country manager for South Korea and head of Asia-Pacific operations. ‘Höganäs now has two plants in Asia that can be considered best practice for the Group when it comes to mixing and material handling.

This story is reprinted from material from Höganäs, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.