8/11/2015 | 1 MINUTE READ

Involved in Extrusion? We've Got You Covered

Originally titled 'Involved in Extrusion? We've Got You Covered With New Conference'
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It’s all here at The Extrusion 2015 Conference in Charlotte, N.C., Nov. 2-3.

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If your company is involved in extrusion—be it film, sheet, pipe, profile, tubing, or compounding, or some combination thereof—The Extrusion 2015 Conference is for you. Developed by Plastics Technology Magazine, more than 60 presenters at this inaugural event will give you unprecedented access to new technology, tips and techniques, and best practices aimed at helping you boost efficiencies at your operation.

 

There will also be an opportunity to network not only with presenters, but with the more than 30 suppliers to the extrusion processing market who are exhibiting at this event.

 

Here are some quick links to provide you with more information about this event:

 

  • Click here to download a PDF of the complete agenda listing all the speakers, topics, and time slots. Note that the mornings of each day are devoted to general extrusion topics; while the afternoons will feature three concurrent breakout sessions.

 

 

  • And don’t forget to register at the hotel. Rooms are filling up fast. We’ve negotiated a special rate with the conference hotel: The Omni Charlotte. Click here to begin that process.

 

We look forward to having you join us at The Extrusion 2015 Conference…the one and only conference you’ll need to attend this year.


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