Jianglong Carbon Group will participate in NEWCAST 2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany


NEWCAST as a prestigious international exhibition will be for the foundry industry in all categories: from raw materials, auxiliary materials to the construction of production lines, to provide a venue for the display of their important innovation technology.

NEWCAST exhibition is an excellent opportunity for China’s foundry enterprises to understand the changes in the international market, showcase foundry and related products and explore the international market.


The 2019 International Foundry Exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany will be held on June 25-29 at the Düsseldorf International Exhibition Center, will be held in conjunction with GIFA 2019, METEC 2019 and THERMPROCESS 2019, and is expected to attract many international buyers, users, producers, traders and industry leaders from the attendees.



A total of 2,214 companies from 52 countries participated in the 2015 edition of NEWCAST, including many world-famous companies such as MAGMA, ABP, ABB, OMEGA, DISA, etc. The number of visitors exceeded 78,000.

Jianglong Carbon Group is a carbon products manufacturer located in the north of Jiangsu Province. The group has 5 subsidiaries equipped with a full set of production equipment. It covers an area of 400,000 square meters and has 588 employees. With an annual production capacity of 60,000 tons of high-power (HP) Graphite Electrodes and ultra-high-power (UHP) graphite electrodes with diameters ranging from Φ100 to Φ750mm, Jianglong’s products are mainly used in various electric arc furnaces (EAF) for steelmaking and are exported to more than 50 countries and regions at home and abroad.

Jiangsu Jianglong New Energy Technology Co.Ltd (a subsidiary of Jianglong Carbon Group) will be exhibiting at Hall 12 / D32 as scheduled. The products on display include ultra-high power (UHP) graphite electrode, high power (HP) graphite electrode, etc. Welcome to visit our booth and discuss business cooperation!

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