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Materials handling specialists back new compounding show Compounding World Expo

Materials handling specialists back new compounding show Compounding World Expo

Leading suppliers of materials handling systems are signing up to exhibit at the first Compounding World Expo, which takes place at Messe Essen in Germany on 27-28 June 2018. In the five months since its launch, the exhibition has already attracted bookings from Azo, Brabender Technologie, Bronkhorst, Coperion K-Tron, Plastic Systems, Schenck Process, and Sonner.

Organised by AMI and Compounding World magazine, the Compounding World Expo 2018 will be free-to-attend and will feature more than 100 exhibitors plus a packed programme of seminars, industry debates and technical presentations.

“The conveying and feeding of hard-to-handle materials is critically important for every compounding plant,” said Matt Wherlock, AMI’s exhibition sales and marketing manager. “So we are delighted to have such an impressive and international selection of leading materials handling systems suppliers already signed up to exhibit. Visitors to the show will be able to find out about the latest industry developments and compare different technologies”.

The exhibition will also feature leading suppliers of extruders, kneaders, mixers and complete turn-key compounding lines. They already include Brabender, Buss, Coperion, Dr Collin, Extricom / CPM Century Extrusion, Farrel Pomini, Feddem, ICMA San Giorgio, JSW, KraussMaffei Berstorff, Leistritz, Mixaco, Plasmec, Promixon, SM Platek, Steer, and Xinda.

For more information on the Compounding World Expo, including the current floorplan and exhibitor list, visit the exhibition website at:

www.compoundingworldexpo.com

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