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MAY 8 - 9, 2019 HUNTINGTON CONVENTION CENTER, CLEVELAND, OHIO, USA Focused conference programs for the plastics compounding and additives industries


THEATER 1 - DAY 1


9:30 - 10:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Analyzing global trends in plastics compounding markets


Andrew Reynolds, Director ADVANCE BIDCO (owner of AMI)


10:15 - 11:00 BUSINESS DEBATE: Discussing the future of technical compounding. Chaired by Chris Smith, Editor, Compounding World, AMI


Tom Drye, Vice President Emerging Markets & Innovation, TECHMER PM • Jean Sirois, MD of Strategic Planning and Acquisitions/GM Canada, RTP COMPANY • Frank Roederer, Senior Vice President Engineering Composites, A. SCHULMAN


11:10 - 11:30 Useful tips for the production of thermoplastic elastomers on twin-screw compounders


Sabine Schönfeld, Director Process Technology COPERION


11:40 - 12:00 Surface chemistry modification to improve the performance of polyamide compounds reinforced with glass fibers and other functional additives


Dr. Ashok M. Adur, Global Commercial Development Director, Plastics VERTELLUS


12:10 - 12:30 Optimizing the production of highly-filled compounds and concentrates using co-rotating twin-screw extruders


Ivano Lanzetta, Area Sales Manager F.LLI MARIS


12:40 - 1:00 Innovative feeding solutions for the future of polymer compounding


Ed Ford, Sales Manager – Plastic Plants, North America ZEPPELIN SYSTEMS USA


1:40 - 2:00 Characterization of recycled polymer compound by thermal analysis


Dr. Yanxi Zhang, Technical Sales Support NETZSCH INSTRUMENTS NORTH AMERICA


2:10 - 2:30 The global compounding market and perspectives for PP compounds


Sylvia Tabero, Senior Project Consultant AMI CONSULTING


2:45 - 3:30 BUSINESS DEBATE: Discussing the future for cable compounds. Chaired by Chris Smith, Editor, Compounding World, AMI


Tariq Quadir, Chief Technologist and Senior Scientist, CHAMPLAIN CABLE • Dave Camillo, Chief Engineer Formulations, SOUTHWIRE COMPANY • Eric Bates, Principal Engineer, PRYSMIAN GROUP • Tim Hannigan, Engineered Cable Innovation Manager, TPC WIRE & CABLE CORP.


3:40 - 4:00 Developments in resilient carbon fillers to improve wear resistance and thermal conductivity


Rijo Jacob Robin, Technical Product Manager SUPERIOR GRAPHITE


4:10 - 4:30 Compounding case studies - using continuous mixers for the efficient processing of PVC, HFFR and PLA compounds


Patrick Lahmann, Sales Engineer FARREL CORPORATION


THEATER 1 – DAY 2


9:30 - 10:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Five compounding innovations to watch


Chris Smith, Editor, Compounding World AMI


10:15 - 11:00 BUSINESS DEBATE: Discussing the future for the concentrates industry. Chaired by Andrew Reynolds, Director, ADVANCE BIDCO (owner of AMI)


Matthew Hellstern, CEO, AMERICHEM • Deepak Parikh, Region President & CEO - USA and Canada, CLARIANT CORPORATION • Amit Puri, Owner & Director Marketing, ALOK MASTERBATCHES • Doug Borgsdorf, Business Director, PRIMEX PLASTICS • Tom Bolger, President and CEO, CHROMA CORPORATION


11:10 - 11:30 Discussing carbon-fiber-reinforced plastics for automotive applications – current use and future methods


Alex Walk, Product and Technology Development Manager SGL CARBON


11:40 - 12:00 Top tips for faster product changeovers


Melissa Jensen-Morgan, Design Engineer ENTEK EXTRUDERS


12:10 - 12:30 Optimizing natural magnesium hydroxide flame retardants to deliver new opportunities for the building and construction industry


Alexander Kulichenko, Technical Director EUROPIREN


12:40 - 1:00 Exploring advances in metal fibers for enhancing the conductivity of plastic compounds


Tom Daniëls, Global Market Manager Conductive Plastics BEKAERT FIBER TECHNOLOGIES


2:10 - 2:30 Innovations in high-performance thermal stabilization and VOC-scavenging solutions for polyolefins and engineering resins


Dr. Rob Lorenzini, Technology Manager MAROON GROUP


2:45 - 3:30 BUSINESS DEBATE: Discussing the future for PVC compounding. Chaired by Sylvia Tabero, Senior Project Consultant, AMI CONSULTING


Darrell Hughes, CEO, AURORA PLASTICS • Donald R. Williamson Jr., Director- Compounds, North America, WESTLAKE COMPOUNDS LLC, A WESTLAKE COMPANY • Gautam Nivarthy, Vice President and General Manager Compounds Business Group, MEXICHEM SPECIALTY COMPOUNDS


3:40 - 4:00 New trends in compounding - examining how computer simulation can help


Laurent Ratte, Sales Manager SCIENCES COMPUTERS CONSULTANTS


4:10 - 4:30 Using continuous mixers for producing highly-filled compounds - increasing versatility and reducing costs


Slayton Altenburg, Application Specialist TPEI


Information correct at time of publishing. Speaker line up and titles subject to change .


Bringing the global plastics industry together


www.compoundingworldexpo.com


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