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Tuesday 21st March 2017 09.00 Registration and welcome coffee 10.00 Opening announcements


INTRODUCTION


10.10 Outlook for the Asian plastics processing industry from trade to end use demand Mr. Andrew Reynolds, Research Director, AMI CONSULTING, United Kingdom


INNOVATION FOR ADDING VALUE


10.40 A review of extrusion processing characteristics studied by visualisation technique Dr. Anthony C-Y Wong, Vice Chairman, NGAI HING HONG COMPANY LIMITED, Hong Kong


11.10 Appearance research based on spectral tuneable lighting systems Mr. Binyu Wang, Operation Manager & Co-Founder, THOUSAND LIGHTS LIGHTING (CHANGZHOU) LIMITED, China


11.40 - 12.20 Morning coffee


PIGMENTS & ADDITIVES 12.20 Advancements in taggant technology for security and brand protection Mr. Gordon E. Price, Technical Manager PM-P Plastics, MERCK KGaA, Germany


12.50 Pearlescent pigment in masterbatch application Mr. Paul Cao, R&D Director, FUJIAN KUNCAI MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd., China


13.20 Pure zinc sulphide white pigments – where titanium dioxide throws in the towel Dr. Jörg Hocken, Global Application Manager Plastics, HUNTSMAN P&A GERMANY GmbH, Germany


13.50 - 15.20 Lunch


15.20 The value of opacity from titanium dioxide Mr. Chase Lin, Plastics Technical Marketing Manager, THE CHEMOURS (TAIWAN) COMPANY, Taiwan


15.50


Latest development of stabilization systems for the fibers & tapes industry Ms. Bee-Suan Chua, Technical Business Development, Innovation and Technology Center, Asia Pacific, BASF SOUTH EAST ASIA Pte. Ltd., Singapore


16.20 - 17.00 Afternoon Tea


PRIMARY PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY 17.00 Additive masterbatches – processing magic powders on twin screws Mr. Sebastian Fraas, Head of Process Technology, LEISTRITZ EXTRUSIONSTECHNIK GmbH, Germany


17.30


Improved production of organic pigment masterbatch Mr. Robert Roden, Associate Vice President for STEER America and Global Head for Manufacturing Technology, STEER ENGINEERING Pvt. Ltd., India


18.00 Concluding Summary 18.15


Networking Cocktail Reception


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Wednesday 22nd March 2017 09.00 Registration and welcome coffee 09.30 Opening announcements


PRIMARY PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY CONT.


09.40 NIC - Special kneading barrel for significantly improved kneading capability Mr. Tadayuki Okubo, Process Engineer, THE JAPAN STEEL WORKS Ltd., Japan


10.10 Converting melt to masterbatch – with support from a strong group of technology suppliers Mr. Harald Zang, Managing Director, MAAG AUTOMATIK GmbH, Germany


10.40 Novel online inspection and sorting system provides customised camera options for process optimisation in the masterbatch industry Mr. Holger Lieder, Sales Director, SIKORA AG, Germany


11.10 - 11.50 Morning coffee


11.50 Designing and operating feeding systems for hard-to- handle ingredients Mr. Michele Fona, Area Sales Manager, PENTA S.r.l., Italy


BUSINESS FORUM


12.20 Olefins landscape – price & availability trends in Asia Ms. Pamela Sumayao, Associate Editor, S&P GLOBAL PLATTS, Singapore


12.50 - 14.20 Lunch


14.20 PET masterbatch and resin developments Mr. Rajesh Kumar Gera, Assistant Vice President - Business Development, RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LIMITED - PET DIVISION, India


14.50 Status and future of the Asian masterbatch industry Mr. Andrew Reynolds, Research Director, AMI CONSULTING, United Kingdom


15.20 Concluding Summary 15.50 Afternoon tea and conference ends Conference lanyard sponsored by:


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