The biggest exhibition on battery industry in China
Baikowski® is looking forward to meeting you at the 14th China International Battery Fair, 16-19 March 2021 in the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. This year, our local team is hosted by Gomore, our long-time research and business partner.
Visit the booth 9T081 in hall 9 to meet our local sales manager. Let’s talk about how to take full advantage of high purity alumina in your battery projects! We will also introduce Mathym nano-dispersions dedicated to battery applications.
Meet us at the Aeronautics & Space Innovative Technology Summit (AITS) Bremen, Germany… Wherever you are! Indeed, the event is fully digital this year due to global sanitary situation.
However, our sales and R&D teams are at least as engaged as if it was a physical fair. They are available at any time to answer your questions and discuss around your technical projects.
We will especially focus on Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC) applications and Spinel for detection applications.
This virtual event takes place during five days, beginning on September 21st.
Schedule your meeting with a member of Baikowski team and more
The event is completely free-to-attend. Register for free and get access to our showcase of products, profile, interview and additional marketing content. You can already start scheduling your meeting with a member of our US sales team!
Every year, global R&D, sales and finance teams from Baikowski® are gathering for a week of Business Meetings. It is the opportunity to brainstorm on our next innovations to fit the market’s challenges, and to realize how fast our team is growing! Even more with MATHYM this year ☺
Mathym is an innovative company operating in the area of nanomaterials and specialising in the development, manufacture and commercialisation of nanodispersions. Its products are notably used in the biomedical (dental and orthopaedic) sectors, as well as for ceramic, surface coating and 3D printing applications, where they contribute to providing or reinforcing critical properties (such as radio-opacity, refractive index or durability) of composite materials. Mathym, founded in 2013, currently employs 10 persons within its R&D, production, QHSE and support functions.