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Free registration opens for Compounding World Expo


Free online registration has now opened for the Compounding World Expo 2019, which will be held at the Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland, Ohio on 8-9 May, 2019. Organised by AMI, the tradeshow will take place alongside the Plastics Recycling World Expo and the Plastics Extrusion World Expo. By registering in advance, visitors


will receive free admission to all three exhibitions, featuring more than 200 leading suppliers, plus free entry to five conference theatres hosting technical presentations, educational seminars and business debates. Attendees and exhibitors will also have the option to buy tickets (just $20 each) for a networking party at Cleve- land’s iconic Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on the evening of 8 May. “The event will provide visitors with


a great opportunity to meet and compare suppliers from around the world, as well as giving them the chance to learn from business leaders and technical experts in the conference theatres,” said Rita Andrews, Head of Exhibitions at AMI. “Our debut com- pounding and recycling exhibitions in Essen, Germany attracted 4,024 visitors, and we are confident that our first Cleveland shows will build on this success and be the biggest plastics industry gathering in the USA in 2019”. The three expos, which will occupy the two largest halls at the state-of-the- art Huntington Convention Center, will feature a wide array of leading manu-


The Huntington Convention Centre and Rock & Roll and Hall of Fame are located in downtown Cleveland


facturers of compounding, recycling, and extrusion equipment, plus suppli- ers of a huge variety of polymers, additives and related services. The exhibitor line-up already includes companies such as Coperion, Clariant, Entek, Milliken, CPM Extrusion, Dover Chemical, Farrel Pomini, Ferro, Leistritz, Cabot, NFM, Omya, JSW, BASF, Maag, Chemours, B&P Littleford, Wacker, Nordson, Lubrizol, Vertellus, Brabender, Modern Dispersions (MDI), Buss, Heritage Plastics, Mixaco, Para- mount Colors, KraussMaffei Berstorff, Heubach, Schenck Process, Superior Graphite, Kennametal Conforma Clad, TPEI, Kaneka, Bay Plastics Machinery, Zoltek, Zeppelin, IMI Fabi, Promixon, Unibrom, CA Picard, Bekaert, Econ, Shamrock, Plasmec, Polyscope, Witte Pumps, Baerlocher, Una-Dyn/Piovan, Automotive Compounding Industry, Gneuss and over 100 additional leading suppliers. The limited number of remaining


booths are being filled daily. To find out more about exhibiting at the expos, visit https://www.ami.international/ exhibitions. The Compounding World Expo will include two dedicated conference theatres hosted by Compounding World magazine. They will feature more than 50 expert speakers covering the latest technology developments, market trends, and business issues. Speakers already confirmed for the three expos include senior representa- tives from A Schulman, Americhem, Aurora Plastics, Champlain Cable, Clariant, Deceuninck, General Cable, North American Pipe, Ravago Recy- cling, Recycle Across America, RTP, Sealed Air, Southwire, Techmer PM, Teel Plastics, Westlake, and many more. To book your free ticket, which is valid for both days of the event and covers all three expos and the five conference theatres, please visit: � ami.ltd/Register-CWE


Interseroh compounds direct with Corema


Interseroh has installed a Corema cascade recycling line at its plant in Eisenhüt- tenstadt, Germany. The Corema line, which began operation in Septem-


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ber, combines an Erema single-screw recycling extruder with a Coperion twin-screw compounding extruder. It allows dosing of additives, modifiers and


COMPOUNDING WORLD | December 2018


fillers from levels of 0.25- 40.0%. “With this innovative technology...we are advanc- ing to a new level in the field of plastics recycling,” said


Manica Ulcnik-Krump, Director of the Business Unit Recycled-Resource at Interseroh. � www.interseroh.dewww.erema.com


www.compoundingworld.com


PHOTO: HUNTINGTON CONVENTION CENTRE


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