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COMPOUNDING WORLD EXPO | EVENT PREVIEW


engineering plastics, fibre and automotive markets. � www.orioncarbons.com


Otsuka Chemical America Otsuka Chemical America offers a range of specialty compounds. Poticon, for example, uses Otsuka Chemical’s Tismo ultrafine potassium titanate fibre and is employed in demanding micro-reinforced applications such as automotive friction and sliding parts, as well as LED reflectors and camera modules. � www.otsukachemicalamerica.com


Paramount Colors Paramount Colors offers an extensive portfolio of pigments, dyes, additives and other specialty products for the plastics industry. It has distribution centres across the US and partnerships with International manufacturers in India and China. � www.paramountcolors.com


Plas Mec


Plas Mec designs and builds equipment for mixing of plastic materials such as PVC, PE, PP and ABS, as well as WPCs and technical polymers including PA, PC and PET. Its Combimix-HC is well suited for PVC or WPC dry blends while the Container Mixer TRR provides an alternative to turbomixers for masterbatch, pigments and technical compounds. � www.plasmec.it


Plastic Systems Plastic Systems manufactures plastics processing peripheral equipment covering raw material storage, centralised transport systems for granules and powder, individual and centralised drying, and gravimetric and loss-in-weight dosing units. � www.plasticsystems.it


Polymers Technology Centre Polymers Technology Centre was established in 2012 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Polymers Centre of Excellence. It supplies compounds to a variety of industries on a toll basis with volumes ranging from 250kg to truck load quantities. � www.polymers-tech-center.com


Polyscope Polymers Polyscope is a global leader in research, development, production and supply of styrene maleic anhydride (SMA) copolymers, compounds and aqueous solutions and styrene, maleic anhydride and N-phenylmaleimide (SMANPMI) terpolymers. � www.polyscope.eu


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Learn from experts at the free conferences


Visitors to the Compounding World Expo can attend its free conferences in two dedicate conference theatres. Business issues, market opportunities and updates on technology and materials will be presented by leading industry experts during the event. Two keynote addresses will be given on 8 May in Theater One.


Andrew Reynolds, Director of Advance Bidco and a founder of AMI, will analyse global trends in the plastics compounding market. And Chris Smith, Editor of Compounding World magazine, will speak about some key emerging compound technologies. Theater One also hosts four industry debates across the two


days, focusing on the future for technical compounds, concentrates, cable compounds and PVC compounds. The panelists include influential representatives from companies such as A Schulman, Alok Masterbatches, Americhem, Aurora Plastics, Champlain Cable, Chroma Color Corp, Clariant, Mexichem Speciality Chemicals, Primex Plastics, Prysmian, RTP Company, Southwire Company, Techmer PM, TPC Wire & Cable and Westlake Compounds. VIEW THE FULL AGENDA FOR THEATER ONE


A number of special training seminars will take place across the two days in Theater Two. These will focus on challenges such as how to specify a twin screw compounder, designing for extension mixing, formulating compounds, optimising twin screw performance, evaluating and controlling colour, and understanding degradation and stabilisation. Speakers will be drawn from CPM Extrusion, Case Western Reserve University, Phantom Plastics, Leistritz Extrusion, Konica Minolta, and SI Group. VIEW THE FULL AGENDA FOR THEATER TWO DOWNLOAD THE FULL PROGRAMME


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