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Compounding World Forum | event preview


Compounding World Forum: exhibition preview


The fourth Compounding World Forum, which takes place in Philadelphia, PA, USA on 13-14 December, will feature an extensive range of exhibitors in addition to its compre- hensive conference programme. The event, organised by Compounding World magazine in conjunction with AMI, is sponsored by CPM Century Extrusion, Entek, Japan Steel Works (JSW), Modern Dispersions, NFM, and Nordson. The conference programme, compiled by Com- pounding World’s editorial team, features 18 presenta- tions plus two panel discussion featuring influential leaders from across the compounding industry. Speakers will cover key issues and developments including: strategies for growing your business, promoting innovation and optimizing production, and the latest advances in a range of polymer and additive technologies, including: flame retardants, reinforce- ments, lubricants, stabilizers, compatibilizers, bio- based materials and conductive compounds. At the time of writing, 46 companies have booked


their table-top displays in the event’s exhibition area to showcase their latest products and services. This space will be used before, after and between the conference sessions for refreshment breaks, lunches and the evening cocktail reception, providing invaluable networking opportunities for the compounding industry. Please note that the exhibition area is only open to conference attendees – full details and a booking form can be found at: http://bit.ly/CWF2016B. These exhibitors include suppliers of the full range


of compounding equipment including twin-screw extruders, kneaders, mixers, pelletizers, screen-chang- ers, gear pumps, materials handling equipment, quality


www.compoundingworld.com We look at a selection of the


companies that will be exhibiting at the Compounding World Forum in Philadelphia next month


control systems, plus replacement parts. On the additives front, the exhibition will include


suppliers of fillers, reinforcements, pigments, conduc- tive additives, flame retardants, stabilizers, compatibi- lizers, antioxidants, UV absorbers, lubricants, coupling agents, plus anti-static and anti-fogging agents. In addition, the exhibition will include several leading


compounders specialising in areas such as toll compounding, additive masterbatches, and engineering plastics. The following pages feature profiles of the 46


exhibitors that are currently confirmed. A very limited number of additional exhibition packages are still available on a first-come, first-served basis - see the end of this preview for details.


This year’s exhibitors Aaron Equipment is a leading international supplier of used, reconditioned and new process equipment. Trading for more than 75 years, it has an extensive inventory of machinery for the compounding industry and a large and experienced team to provide help and support. ❙ www.aaronequipment.com


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The exhibition area at the Compounding World Forum


provides plenty of opportunities for networking


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