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THE ESSENTIAL MEETING PLACE FOR COMPOUNDERS


Forum 2015 December 8-9, 2015


Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


Applied Market Information LLC and Compounding World magazine are pleased to announce that the third Compounding World Forum takes place on 8-9 December 2015 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, in downtown Philadelphia, PA, USA.


This conference features a high-level program brought together by the editorial team of Compounding World, exploring and developing many of the magazine’s most popular themes in a live event.


Building on the considerable success of last year’s conference, which attracted over 310 participants from 18 countries, this event will offer excellent opportunities for learning, discussion and networking.


The conference will cover business strategies and new materials technologies, as well as providing practical advice on getting the most from compounding lines. The primary focus will be on the production of technical compounds based on engineering thermoplastics, performance polyolefins and thermoplastic elastomers. Target end-use markets include the automotive, medical, electrical/electronic and consumer goods sectors.


AT COMPOUNDING WORLD FORUM 2015, YOU WILL:


• Hear leading experts discuss key trends in technical compounding


• Discover new additive and materials technologies


• Learn practical tips for getting the most from compounding lines


• Gain insights into global market trends and business strategies


• Network with other professionals in the compounding industry


Organized by: APPLIED MARKET INFORMATION LLC


Applied Market Information LLC (AMI LLC) is the leading supplier of plastics consultancy and information services to the global plastics industry. Based in Wyomissing, PA, AMI LLC organizes a series of conferences providing an outstanding range of opportunities for business networking.


To find out more about AMI’s products, services and events, visit our website at: www.amiplastics-na.com or call: +1 610 478 0800 or email: consult@amiplastics-na.com


COMPOUNDING WORLD MAGAZINE


Compounding World is the monthly digital magazine for the global plastics compounding industry. Published by AMI, it is available free- of-charge online and via free apps for iPads, iPhones and Android- based devices.


www.compoundingworld.com Last year, the Compounding World Forum strengthened its


position as the leading meeting place for the international plastics compounding industry, attracting over 310 attendees from 18 countries, plus more than 50 exhibitors.


Compounders that have attended the Compounding World Forum include: A Schulman • AGC FluoroCompounds • Albis • Alloy Polymers • Americhem • Ametek Westchester Plastics • Ampacet • APPL Industries • Asahi Kasei Plastics • Ascend Performance Materials • BASF • Borealis • Cabot • CCP Masterbatch • Celanese • Champlain Cable • Chase Plastic Services • Chevron Phillips Chemical • Chroma • Citadel Plastics • Clariant • Colorant Chromatics • Colortech • Competitive Green Technologies • Continental Compounders • Corning Cable Systems • CTC Plastics • Dow Chemical • Duromer Products • Elix Polymers • Enviroplas • ExCista • Felix Compounds • Foster Corporation • Gendon Polymers • Heritage Plastics • Hudson Color Concentrates • Infinity Compounding • Ingenia • Interfacial Solutions • Inteva Products • Invista • IPEX • ITW Formex • Kraiburg TPE • Lehvoss • LTL Color Compounders • Lubrizol • Manner Polymers • Marmon • Mesa Industries • Mitsubishi Chemical Performance Polymers • Modern Dispersions • Nanocomp Technologies • Omni Plastics • Penn Color • PET Processors • Plasticomp • PMC Polymer Products • Polyfil • Polymaterials • Polymera • PolyOne • Polyram • Polyscope • Polyvel • Polyvisions • PTT Global Chemical • Rhetech • Rimtec • Roscom • Rowa Royal Building Products • S&E Specialty Polymers • Sabic • Saco Polymers • Sirmax • So.F.teR • Solvay Specialty Polymers • Southwire • Star Thermoplastics • Styrolution • Styron • Sylvin Technologies • Tapco Group • Tasnee Petrochemicals • TE Connectivity • Tech Blend • Techmer PM • Teknor Apex • Toray Resin • Toyota Tsusho • TPC Wire & Cable • Triad Polymers • Vinacolour • Washington Penn Plastic • Welset • Westlake Chemical • and more!


Companies that have exhibited at the Compounding World Forum include: 3M Advanced Materials • Aaron Equipment • Albemarle • Ametek Westchester Plastics • Asahi Kasei Asaclean • B&P Process Equipment • Bay Plastics Machinery • Brabender Technologie • Brüggemann Chemical • CA Picard • Century Extrusion • Cimbar Performance Minerals • Croda • CW Brabender Instruments • Daihachi Chemical • Eckart • Entek • Excaliber Minerals • ExxonMobil Chemical • Felix Compounds • Fortune International • Fres-Co Systems • Gala Industries • ICMA San Giorgio • Imerys Graphite & Carbon • Jordi Labs • JSW • Laurel Products • LKAB Minerals • Maag Automatik • Mixaco • Modern Dispersions • Momentive • NFM • Norac Additives • Nordson • Omya • Palsgaard • Parkinson Technologies / Key Filters • Pelletron • Pinfa • PMC Polymer Products • Polymaterials • Polyram • Polyscope Polymers • Procotex • Promixon • Reduction Engineering Scheer • Roscom • Rowa • Saint-Gobain • Schenck Process • Sikora • Steer • Struktol • Sushrut Polymers •Total Cray Valley • TPEI • Trendelkamp • Trinity Resources • Welset • WestOne Distribution • Wittmann Extrusion • Xtrutech


CONFERENCE HOTLINE


Contact: Kelly Cressman, Conference Coordinator Tel: +1 610 478 0800 Fax: +1 610 478 0900 Email: kc@amiplastics-na.com


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