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US pre-programme template THERMOPLASTIC


CONCENTRATES 2017 January 24-26, 2017,


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Ft. Lauderdale Marriott Coral Springs Golf Resort, Coral Springs, FL, USA


There is no better way of positioning yourself for the future than by coming to AMI’s Thermoplastic Concentrates conference. This event has established a position as the place where the key issues facing the industry are debated and discussed in an open and thought provoking environment. This conference is well known for the high caliber of attendees, including senior executives from across the global supply chain, particularly the major concentrate production companies. At last year’s event, over $3 billion in concentrate sales was represented. This accounted for ninety percent of all concentrate production in North America. Attendees have benefitted from consistently high quality papers which not only deal with new technical developments, but also include industry leaders giving real business insight into the successful management of companies in this competitive market. . In addition, the event provided attendees the opportunity to network with senior industry participants and develop new focus in your work.


This year’s event is no different, and the program for Thermoplastic Concentrates 2017 focuses on new business and technical trends in pigments, additives and machinery, which will assist the innovation of new products and customer focused solutions. The conference will open with an exclusive address on the NAFTA polymer market and the way changing patterns of demand will give strong opportunities to American concentrate producers. Presentations will then move on to a discussion of color trends in the medium term while major brands will give views on how plastics performance will need to be enhanced to develop new opportunities. The final session of the conference will build on these discussions and provide insight from leading managers of concentrate companies regarding the future direction of the industry.


Now more than ever is the time to come together with your peers and industry colleagues to discuss and exchange views to ensure that you plot the right course for the future of your business.


We look forward to welcoming you in Coral Springs, at AMI’s Thermoplastic Concentrates 2017 conference.


FIVE GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:


1. Review the latest developments 2. Learn about new technology 3. Deepen your understanding of market trends 4. Benchmark your company against competitors


5. Network with top professionals from manufacturing, marketing and research


CONFERENCE HOTLINE


Contact: Stephanie Berchem, Conference Coordinator Tel: +1 610 478 0800 Fax: +1 610 478 0900 Email: sb@amiplastics-na.com Twitter: @AMIconferences #attendAMI


PLATINUM SPONSOR


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M. Holland was founded in 1950 by Marvin Holland. For more than 65 years, M. Holland has been the leading family-owned distributor of the highest quality application-specific plastic resins, with strategically placed warehouses, packaging and bulk terminal locations across North America. The company serves about 4,000 customers supplying well over a billion pounds of commodity and engineering resins annually sourced from the premier producers in the world. As the Gold Standard in Plastics, M. Holland connects world-class suppliers and customers together with complete distribution services; offering prime distribution and trading under one roof.


SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION SPACE AMI events are more than just arenas for listening and networking. They also represent highly-targeted opportunities to enhance your image and to promote your products and services to an international audience. Running in conjunction with the conference, the table top exhibition is an integral part of the event, providing the ideal setting to increase your company’s exposure. As you are considering your involvement with this conference, please keep in mind that many of our sponsorship options include a table top exhibition space. There are several different sponsorship options that you may consider. Please contact the Conference Coordinator to discuss which oportunity will provide you with the best ROI.


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


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