Global conference manager AMI has announced that more than 250 companies have already booked booths for four exhibitions focused on plastics recycling, extrusion, compounding and testing, which will take place Nov. 4-5 in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Compounding World Expo, Plastics Recycling World Expo and Plastics Extrusion World Expo made their highly successful US debuts in Cleveland in May 2019, attracting a total of 261 exhibitors and 4,375 visitors. This year, they will be joined by the Polymer Testing World Expo, a new exhibition and conference for scientists and researchers who develop, test and analyze polymer materials, formulations and products.
Leading suppliers that have already booked their booths across the fours shows include Addex, Amut, Brenntag, Buhler, Buss, BYK, Cardinal Recycling, Chemours, Clariant, Coperion, CPM Century Extrusion, Cumberland, Davis-Standard, Dover Chemical, Dynisco, Entek, Erema, Farrel Pomini, Gneuss, Heritage Plastics, Intertek, Kaneka, Konica Minolta, KraussMaffei, Kuhne, Leistritz, Macchi, Macro, Maag, Maguire, Matsui, Microban, Milliken, Modern Dispersions, Netzsch, NFM, NGR, Nordson, Omya, PolyOne, PTi, Q-Lab, Reifenhäuser, SI Group, Struktol, Thermo Fisher, Vecoplan, Wacker, Windmöller & Hölscher, Zoltek and many more.
“We had very positive feedback about the first Cleveland shows from exhibitors and visitors alike”, said Rita Andrews, AMI’s head of exhibitions. “The vast majority of our 2019 exhibitors have already rebooked their booths for this year, and new companies are being added every week. With more than seven months to go, we are confident this year’s exhibition will be significantly bigger and better than last year.”
The free-to-attend exhibitions will take place at the Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland. They will feature five free conference theatres. These proved highly popular at the first event, attracting large crowds for a series of technical papers, market forecasts, practical training seminars and lively business debates featuring industry leaders.