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PLASTICS Announces Next Three NPE Dates

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The plastics industry’s “future is bright,” according to PLASTICS VP of Tradeshows and Marketing Susan Krys. The organization looks forward to the next three NPE shows, which will occur May 17-21, 2021; May 6-10, 2024; and May 3-7, 2027.

With a secure future ahead, the Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) announces dates for the next three show cycles. NPE2021, NPE2024 and NPE2027 will be held in May during their respective years at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), in Orlando, Florida.

NPE2018 attendees – and future attendees – can save the following dates:

  • NPE2021: May 17 – 21, 2021
  • NPE2024: May 6 – 10, 2024
  • NPE2027: May 3 – 7, 2027

“As we continue to prepare for NPE2018, we want our members, exhibitors, attendees, and stakeholders to know that we are already planning for the future,” says PLASTICS’ Vice President of Tradeshows and Marketing, Susan Krys. “The industry’s future is bright, and we’re looking forward to a banner year in NPE history at NPE2018 and further success at the NPE shows to come."

NPE2018, the triennial international plastics manufacturing exposition, will open on Monday, May 7, 2018 at the OCCC with more than 2,100 exhibiting companies and expected record attendance from all sectors of the worldwide supply chain. For more information about the show, or to register for NPE2018, click here.


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