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Cleveland, Ohio, USA / May 8 – 9, 2019


7 REASONS YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS THE COMPOUNDING WORLD EXPO THIS YEAR...


The Compounding World Expo is part of North America’s largest dedicated plastics event of the year and more than 2,000 people have already signed up to attend! Join representatives from some of the biggest industry names to see more than 250 exhibitors and over 130 expert speakers across the focused plastics compounding, recycling and extrusion exhibitions.


1. Debate the future of the compounding market The future for technical compounds, masterbatch, PVC and cable compounds will be debated in four panel discussions boasting industry leaders from A. Schulman, Americhem, Champlain Cable, Chroma Color, Mexichem, Primex Plastics, Prysmian, RTP, Southwire, Techmer PM, Westlake Compounds and more.


2. Discover the latest developments in additives The focused Cleveland trade show will feature a huge range of suppliers of polymer additives, including BASF, Brenntag, Cabot, Chemours, Clariant, Dover Chemicals, ExxonMobil, Kaneka, Lubrizol, Microban, Milliken, Mitsui, Modern Dispersions, Omya, Sekisui, SGL, SI Group, Struktol, Wacker, Zoltek Microban, Milliken, Mitsui, Modern Dispersions, Omya, Sekisui, SGL, SI Group, Struktol, Wacker, Zoltek and many more.


3. Learn new skills at the free training seminars A series of six free training seminars will provide practical tips on vitally important topics such as: specifying and optimizing compounding lines; measuring and controlling color; ensuring regulatory compliance; formulating better compounds; and understanding polymer degradation and stabilization.


4. Network with compounders, processors and end-users The 2,000+ visitors who have already registered to attend include representatives from Abbott, Ampacet, Azek


Building Products, Berry Global, Colgate-Palmolive, Dell, Ford Motor Company, HP, Nestle, PolyOne, Reynolds Consumer Products, Royal Building Products, Tekni-Plex, Teknor Apex, TE, Whirlpool and many more.


5. Compare the latest compounding machinery The focused exhibition will feature more than 20 suppliers of compounding lines, including B&P Littleford, Buss, Coperion, CPM, Entek, Farrel Pomini, JSW, KraussMaffei, Leistritz, Maris, NFM and Steer. In addition, it will include the leading suppliers of pelletizers, feeding equipment and replacement parts.


6. Learn from expert technical speakers There will be two focused conference theaters at the Compounding World Expo with presentations on: market trends; conductive compounds; wear-resistant plastics; computer modelling; fire retardants; highly-filled compounds; recycled materials; TPEs; nanocomposites; automotive TPOs; and many more hot topics.


7. Discover new opportunities in recycled and extruded plastics Visitors to the Compounding World Expo will have free access to the adjacent Plastics Recycling World Expo and Plastics Extrusion World Expo plus their three conference theaters. In total, there will be more than 250 exhibitors and 130 speakers to choose from.


Get your free ticket The Compounding World Expo will take place at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland, Ohio, USA on May 8-9, 2019. Admission to the trade shows and its conference theaters will be free of charge to visitors who register in advance HERE. Your free ticket is valid for both days of the event.


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