By Okon Ekpenyong
The Plastics Recycling World Expo and Compounding World Expo is returning to North America on Wednesday November 3rd and Thursday 4th, 2021, at the Huntington Convention Center in Downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
It is coming after two years hiatus due to the statewide mandates on the Covid19 pandemic.
The event is part of the Applied Market Information (AMI) promotion, an international leader in the global plastic industry founded in Bristol, England.
They provide the latest information technology, market intelligence, and event in the United Kingdom, United States, China, and other nations specializing in plastic manufacturing.
Last month at the MESSE ESSEN GmbH in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, over 3269 visitors attended the Plastics Recycling World Expo and Compounding World Expo. It was a success because over 52% of the attendees did not come from Germany, and there were over 217 exhibitors surpassing the record set in 2018, according to the event’s website.
Plastics Extrusion World Expo would not be possible without the contributions and sponsorship from Compounding World, Plastics Recycling world, and Polymer Testing world. Polymer Testing Expo showcases a wide range of the latest lab equipment, systems, and products used in the polymer testing industry.
Compounding World is a monthly magazine whose mission is to provide the latest developments in polymer compounders and masterbatch products industry from all seven continents. Plastics recycling World Expo focuses its attention on exhibiting the largest centration of plastic recycling shows in North America. They work directly with the industry-best to show their latest in invention and innovation to continue its mission of making recycling of plastic safe for the environment.
Why attend 2021 AMI’s Plastic Industry Expos North American in Cleveland
It will be an opportunity to engage and network with other stakeholders within the industry. Improve your educational interests in multiple areas within the industry as well. Position yourself to attend training seminars, business debates, and the industry’s newest gadgets. Potentially asking industry experts about the latest inventions, learning new policies within the industry that you were not familiar with, and gaining inside knowledge of how to approach a new project the right way. There will be over two-hundred exhibitors showing their latest or upgraded inventions.
The event is free to all, but you must register for a chance to listen to 23 guest speakers who have not only made a name for themselves but globally changed the way society looks at the film, sheet, pipe, and profile extrusion industry. Attendees will also have the chance to network, potentially leading to jobs and discovering more about the World of Material, Science, and technology.