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event preview | Compounding World Congress


Then Corrado Moneta, Technical Sales Manager for ICMA San Giorgio, will speak about the importance of rheology in optimisation of the compounding process. The closing session of the conference investigates


ways to improve efficiency and flexibility of compound- ing lines. Carl Philip Poepel, Head of Product Manage- ment Twin-Screw Extrusion at KraussMaffei Berstorff, will open the session with a discussion of how overall equipment efficiency may change the compounding industry. Then Frank Lechner, Head of Process Technology at Coperion, will speak in detail about screw profiles and how the appropriate configuration can improve quality and output. The conference will be


Conferences Congress 2017


24-26 April 2017 Maritim Hotel, Cologne, Germany


PLATINUM SPONSORS


Organised by: Applied Market Information Ltd.


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Register before 24th February and get the early bird rate!


For more information: To find out more about participating in the Compounding World Congress as a delegate, exhibitor or sponsor, contact Conference Organ- iser Kat Langner. Email: kl@amiplastics.com; Tel: +44 (0) 117 314 8111. You can also view the full conference programme along with the booking form at: http://bit.ly/CWC_17


brought to a close by Michael Eloo, Managing Director at GALA Kunststoff und Kautschukmaschinen, who will speak about how the latest advances in pelletising technology can be applied to increase flexibility and cut product changeover times. In addition to the Quarzwerke/HPF site visit and


formal conference presentations, the Compounding World Congress will also feature a busy networking and exhibition area that will host displays from more than 25 exhibitors during the refreshment breaks, lunches and the evening cocktail reception (please note that the exhibition will only be open to conference delegates and speakers).


Companies that have already booked their space in


the exhibition area include: 3M Technical Ceramics; Aaron Equipment; Brabender; Buss; Cabot; Dreyplas; Extricom; Feddem; HPF The Mineral Engineers, Quarzwerke; ICMA San Giorgio; Imerys Graphite & Carbon; Imerys Talc; IMI Fabi; Japan Steel Works; KraussMaffei Berstorff; Leistritz; Maag Automatik; Penta; Polycompound; Polytechs; Pyconplast; Schenck; Vertellus and Xtrutech. We will preview the exhibition in next month’s magazine.


POLYMERS IN THE NEW: February 2017


This new report from AMI Consulting is vital for companies active in the cable industry who need to understand the trends influencing market development and structure.


This report includes a comprehensive analysis of market development in each country and answers the following questions:


l What is the current and future size of each country expressed in terms of tonnes of each polymer consumed?


l Who are the main cable extruders in each country and how much polymer do they use? How many tonnes do they use of each polymer? Quantitative data provided by production plant.


l Identification of new cable extrusion plants set up in each country during the reporting period as well as those where cable extrusion activities were discontinued.


l Analyse cable extruders’ strategies within each country and discuss recent corporate changes within Europe in terms of company mergers and acquisitions.


AMI Consulting Leaders in plastics market research and consulting


To find out more, please contact Cristina de Santos by email: cds@amiplastics.com or call +44 117 9249442


EUROPEAN CABLE INDUSTRY CLICK


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