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Headline sponsor


19-21 April 2021 Maritim Hotel Cologne, Germany


“AMI’s Cables conference


is a valuable and important annual meeting of the industry with good


The international conference and exhibition for polymeric materials in wire and cable


opportunities for exchange and growth in knowledge and expertise.”


Materials Development


Engineer, CORNING OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS GmbH & Co. KG


The Cables conference returns to Germany for its 21st edition!


Running for two decades, this event has proven to be a leading international cable conference attracting over 250 delegates from across the globe.


Five good reasons to attend: 1. Find out about the latest material, technology and business trends in the wire and cable industry


2. Identify new opportunities from the face to face discussions with key players in this market segment


3. Network with key stakeholders from the entire wire and cable supply chain all in one place 4. Broaden your wire and cable knowledge to become a competent partner in this industry 5. Understand your company performance compared to other leading players in this industry


Previous attending companies:


ARLANXEO DEUTSCHLAND GmbH • BASF POLYURETHANES GmbH • BOREALIS POLYMERE GmbH • BUSS AG • COPERION GmbH • CORNING OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS • DELTA TECNIC • ELKEM GmbH • EVONIK RESOURCE


EFFICIENCY GmbH • EXXONMOBIL CHEMICAL EUROPE • FAINPLAST SRL • HUBER / MARTINSWERK • LEISTRITZ EXTRUSIONSTECHNIK GmbH • LEONI STUDER AG •


LYONDELLBASELL • MIXER S.p.A • NABALTEC AG • NKT (SWEDEN) AB • POLYONE • PRYSMIAN GROUP • WACKER CHEMIE AG


Also Sponsored by: Media supporter:


Book your place today at www.ami.ltd/attend-cables


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